Frieze Sculpture 2019 in Regent’s Park

Frieze Sculpture 2019 in Regent’s Park

  It is billed as London’s biggest sculpture show and ‘a museum without walls’. True, there are no walls, except hedges, bushes, shrubs and trees, but there are reasonably discreet barriers around some of the works, but then these are re-emphasised by red plastic cordons, as though guarding a hole...

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Heathrow accused of broken promises over noise

Heathrow accused of broken promises over noise

Heathrow airport has been accused of broken promises on noise pollution, as officials claimed a third runway would not make noise worse for Londoners. Matthew Gorman, director of sustainability at Heathrow, said a new runway would also allow longer breaks from overflying – although some communities in northwest London will...

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Westminster council decrees weather emergency for rough sleepers

Westminster council decrees weather emergency for rough sleepers

As the mercury soars to the high 30s and the people “melt” in the heat a severe weather emergency was called to support the homeless. Last night workers in Westminster – which has the highest number of homeless people in the UK –   were giving out supplies of water to...

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