Over 2,000 young people accused of shoplifting by police in Westminster

Over 2,000 young people accused of shoplifting by police in Westminster

More than 2,000 people under 25 years old were charged with shoplifting by Police in Westminster over the past 4 years, new data can reveal. A total of 2,253 young people had charges of shoplifting proceeded against them by the Metropolitan Police Service between 2015 and 2019, according to a...

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Sir Cliff Richard, Guy Chambers and Bedouine added to Royal Albert Home line-up

Sir Cliff Richard, Guy Chambers and Bedouine added to Royal Albert Home line-up

Pop legend Sir Cliff Richard, songwriter Guy Chambers, and Syrian-American folk artist Bedouine will all perform as part of the Royal Albert Hall’s programme of exclusive streamed shows. Cliff will come direct from his home in Barbados on Sunday (21 June) as part of the Royal Albert Home series – telling stories from his life and...

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Pop-up cycle lane for Kensington being explored to keep borough moving post lockdown

Pop-up cycle lane for Kensington being explored to keep borough moving post lockdown

A pop-up cycling and walking route on Kensington High Street is under consideration Temporary route could link up the borough with Westminster and Hammersmith amid government drive for active travel Move would help to protect lives and protect livelihoods, with the ambition for commuters to stop and shop on the...

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Letter to America

Letter to America

Even the most optimistic of us are concerned not just for our own country following this dreadful pandemic but especially for America, the once leader of the free world. That was not a misprint. Here in London, we worry about your President and his inability to understand that by isolating...

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Black Londoners twice as likely to be fined for Covid-19 offences

Black Londoners twice as likely to be fined for Covid-19 offences

By LDRS Reporter Jessie Mathewson Black Londoners are more than twice as likely to be fined under new coronavirus laws as white people, Metropolitan Police figures have revealed. Britain entered lockdown on March 23 to slow the spread of Covid-19, with people ordered to stay at home except for essential...

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BCN announces formation of UK’s first competitive BAME cycling team

BCN announces formation of UK’s first competitive BAME cycling team

BCN announced its intention to create the first amateur British domestic racing team for BAME riders to compete in the 2021 season. The team currently boasts a roster of nine riders made up of an Elite rider, four cat 2 and four cat 3 athletes – with an aim to...

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Moles & Melanoma & Skin Cancer: Reducing the risks

Moles & Melanoma & Skin Cancer: Reducing the risks

In this article we cover moles, what changes to look for in moles, melanoma skin cancer and reducing your risk of developing melanoma. It is important to understand that recreational and occupational exposure to ultraviolet (UV) radiation from the sun increases your risk of getting melanoma, primarily in terms of...

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V&A to host a week-long celebration of Glastonbury

V&A to host a week-long celebration of Glastonbury

Starting today, the V&A is hosting a seven-day online celebration of all things Glastonbury. Coinciding with the weekend when the world-famous festival was due to celebrate its 50th year, the V&A has delved into its collections and asked for contributions from its curators to help fill your festival void. Home to the nation’s...

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