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Bonkers to ban Big Ben’s bonks

By on August 15, 2017 in Comment with 0 Comments
Bonkers to ban Big Ben’s bonks

Londoners are suddenly becoming aware that the chimes of Big Ben will be silenced for four years to allow essential maintenance to take place.  

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It’s silly to try stopping LW publishing facts. Really silly.

By on August 5, 2017 in Comment, Wapping Lido with 8 Comments
It’s silly to try stopping LW publishing facts. Really silly.

After the police meeting at St. Georges Town Hall some months back we were just leaving when we were stopped by Geradine Davies, one of the Turks Head Company trustees.
Expecting the usual chitchat we were a little surprised to discover that Ms. Davies was intent on stopping Love Wapping writing about certain aspects of the Turks Head Company’s operations.

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A Wapping resident who did not get a Wapping Lido letter writes

By on August 5, 2017 in Comment, Wapping Lido with 0 Comments
A Wapping resident who did not get a Wapping Lido letter writes

Continuing today’s theme of the opacity of the Wapping Lido planning application we are publishing a letter from a resident who lives right next to Shadwell Basin who has not – repeat not – received the letter from the Council relating to the meeting on 9th August.If someone whose home literally overlooks the Basin has […]

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Wapping surrounded by cyclists – and our pavements invaded by them too

By on July 30, 2017 in Comment, Events with 4 Comments
Wapping surrounded by cyclists – and our pavements invaded by them too

Tower Hamlets residents are getting fed up with being locked-in by sporting events and then having to walk in the roads as cyclists are riding on pavements.

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Lambeth residents problems are Tower Hamlets residents problems

By on July 16, 2017 in Comment, Investigations, Politics with 0 Comments
Lambeth residents problems are Tower Hamlets residents problems

British people don’t really do revolutions. It’s just not the done thing to barricade roads, set things on fire and generally be out of order. What Brits are good at is politely playing by the rules, doing their homework and asking those in authority awkward questions.Just as LW asked awkward questions about the corrupt-to-its-very-core Tower […]

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