Transport for London publishes advice for businesses on how to keep staff safe as they return to work

Transport for London publishes advice for businesses on how to keep staff safe as they return to work

Transport for London (TfL) today published advice for businesses across London on how they can play a part in controlling the coronavirus as national restrictions on movement are gradually lifted. The TfL advice works alongside Government guidance on safe travel, helping businesses to understand the specific challenges for London’s transport...

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The Southbank Centre details ‘closure risk’ until at least April 2021 and calls on the government for further urgent support

The Southbank Centre details ‘closure risk’ until at least April 2021 and calls on the government for further urgent support

  The Southbank Centre announces it is at risk of closure until at least April 2021, as a result of the economic impact of COVID-19, disclosing details of crippling financial pressure as its reserves run dry.  The charity states that it is forecasting a best case scenario of a £5m...

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Georges Folmer – Il n’y a pas de hasard en Art     There is no random chance in Art An online retrospective

Georges Folmer – Il n’y a pas de hasard en Art There is no random chance in Art An online retrospective

 Waterhouse & Dodd present a retrospective exhibition of the works of Georges Folmer, comprising important examples from each distinct phase of his career from Cubism to pure geometric abstraction. With specially selected works including many from the artist’s estate, all artworks are for sale at prices starting from $5,000 (£4,500)....

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Fears of ‘surge in crime’ as lockdown ends

Fears of ‘surge in crime’ as lockdown ends

By LDRS Reporter Jessie Mathewson London could face a surge in crime when lockdown is lifted, Sadiq Khan has warned. The Mayor said the possible spike in offending was “a big concern” for police and youth workers. Crime in the capital has fallen sharply during lockdown, with fewer than 50,000...

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London ‘ready’ for test and trace says City Hall

London ‘ready’ for test and trace says City Hall

By LDRS Reporter Jessie Mathewson  London is ready for the next stage of Covid-19 response, starting to test, trace and isolate people who have been in contact with the virus, Sadiq Khan has said. Low levels of infection in the capital mean there is now a “small window of opportunity”...

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Westminster elects new lord mayor in online ceremony

Westminster elects new lord mayor in online ceremony

Westminster Council has elected a new Lord Mayor, and for the first time in its history the ceremony happened online. Councillor Jonathan Glanz, a Conserative for West End ward, was given the ceremonial title on May 20. He succeeds Labour councillor Ruth Bush. “I am thrilled to be taking on...

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KCCC – Marketing in Uncertain Times Webinar

KCCC – Marketing in Uncertain Times Webinar

Jaimie will show you how to be agile and market your business as external conditions change and evolve. Learn also how to lead your team while staying mentally resilient and focused during these uncertain times. This webinar is presented by Jaimie Sarah from Definitely Definitely who specialises in helping successful directors...

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Capt Tom Moore donates £20m to hospital  charities

Capt Tom Moore donates £20m to hospital charities

The more than £20m raised by Captain Tom Moore has been handed out to NHS charities all overt he UK. Each charity has received £35,000 from the £32.8m fund and an additional grant based on the size of the trust that they serve. The charity at the same hospital where...

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Social distancing on public transport

Social distancing on public transport

Teachers, NHS staff and shop workers have continued to use trains and buses since the lockdown was called, 10 long weeks ago. But after the Government’s attempt to nudge Londoners back to work in the city centre, life on public transport is starting to return to its old, crowded ways....

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London boroughs team up to buy 50 million pieces of PPE

London boroughs team up to buy 50 million pieces of PPE

By LDRS Reporter Jessie Mathewson London boroughs are teaming up to buy almost 50 million pieces of personal protective equipment (PPE), to keep social care workers safe amid the coronavirus outbreak. Care home workers should wear disposable gloves, aprons and masks to protect them from the virus and stop its...

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