Crime on Night Tube up by a third

Crime on Night Tube up by a third

Crime on the Night Tube rose almost a third last year, new figures have revealed. Violence, sexual offences and theft from passengers were all up on the previous twelve months. There were 32% more violent attacks on the Night Tube in 2018/19 compared to the previous financial year, rising from...

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How the City if London will earn £220m from skyscraper planning permissions in just three years

How the City if London will earn £220m from skyscraper planning permissions in just three years

The City of London Corporation is on course to earn £220 million from negotiations with companies behind some of the capital’s biggest developments. For the Corporation – the Square Mile’ local council –  this was the total amount owed from 156 planning applications it approved between April 2016 and the...

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Wandsworth set to have fewer councillors and more wards in shake up to boundaries

Wandsworth set to have fewer councillors and more wards in shake up to boundaries

With Nine Elms and Battersea Power Station creating thousands of more homes in the north of Wandsworth, the density of the borough is beginning to change. Wandsworth could see fewer councillors and more wards created in new proposals released by the independent Local Government Boundary Commission for England. Wandsworth currently has...

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The clock is ticking for daylight saving time

The clock is ticking for daylight saving time

On Sunday 27th October, clocks across the EU went back once again to mark the end of daylight saving time. This could, however, mark one of the last times that the biannual practice is implemented, following lengthy debate about its value. DST was first proposed by Benjamin Franklin in a...

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