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- Getting amongst it
- No Fit State
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- A Very Old Man With Enormous Wings
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- Is the East End the new West End?
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- Britain invades France.
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10th January 2012Not...
- Battle Lines Drawn – the first of Westminster Council’s five miles of new double yellow lines hit the street today and they are still threatening to extend parking charges to midnight. The West End, which attracts millions of visitors - and pounds - to its night-time economy of restaurants, theatres and nightlife each year, is set to get a whole lot less accessible. A strangely shortsighted decision - and one that will hit the businesses and the people who work through the night to keep our city buzzing the hardest.