Westminster most visited borough by Air Ambulance

London’s Air Ambulance service treated 1866 patients in 2015, figures revealed on the26th of February, with paramedics and trauma doctors treating on average five critically injured people a day. Westminster was the busiest borough for the service, where 115 patients were treated, followed by Lambeth and Hackney, where 112 and...

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Night Tubes on the way as union votes to accepts TfL contract

Londoner’s came a step closer to 24 hour tube services today, as Rail and Underground union, RMT, announced that its members had accepted TfL’s most recent contract offer. With 84% of members voting in favour, RMT has called the outcome “overwhelming.” In an official statement, Mick Cash, RMT General Secretary...

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US Presidential Primaries

There is as ever increasing excitement at the US primaries which are now in full swing. This is partly because both camps the GOP (Grand Old Party aka as the Republicans) and the Democrats both have to choose their candidates for the Presidential elections in November 2017. Last week Nevada...

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Boris and the EU

Whilst the Labour party in recent years has frequently been rent by debilitating internal strife and power struggles between differing ideologies, the Conservatives have, at least on the surface, been able to keep their power plays within the path laid out by David Cameron (or at least keep any major...

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RBKC Bans Basement Works on Weekends

Complaints about noisy neighbours in the Royal Borough may be a thing of the past, after the announcement that Kensington and Chelsea council has banned building work on ‘mega basements’ over weekends. Basement construction works have long been the cause of anger and complaints in the Royal Borough and West...

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