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Campaigners turn up at Tower Hamlets council

Councils reject Bishopsgate goodsyard ‘Berlin Wall of bland skyscrapers’

Two local authorities tonight gave a double slap in the face to London Mayor Boris Johnson over controversial plans to throw up a “Berlin Wall of bland blocks” of skyscrapers on the massive Bishopsgate goodsyard site.

Planning committees at Tower Hamlets and Hackney meeting simultaneously threw rejected the £800 million scheme for the derelict rail terminal and sidings.

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Rally outside London Met's Cass arts centre in Whitechapel now facing closure [pictures: Ken Mears]

Lecturers join students’ protest to stop London Met university closing Whitechapel campus

Lecturers have come out in support of a students’ mass protest at the London Metropolitan university’s east London arts campus at Whitechapel.

Around a dozen turned up this-afternoon to join the students’ rally outside Central House in Whitechapel High Street which faces being closed.

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How Bishopsgate's 'Berlin Wall of skyscrapers' would dominate skyline

‘People’ protests planned at two town halls against Bishopsgate goods yard scheme

The rebellion across east London against the controversial Bishopsgate goods yard development comes to a head tonight with both Tower Hamlets and neighbouring Hackney councils set to reject the £800 million scheme.

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London Met Uni's Cass Arts campus in Whitechapel High Street

London Uni students staging Whitechapel demo after occupying Cass arts campus

Students are starting a protest to stop their university selling off their Aldgate arts campus building at Whitechapel in East London.

They are starting their demonstration outside the London University’s Central House in Whitechapel High Street at 1pm

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East London MPs Jim Fitzpatrick and Rushanara Ali

Why Labour’s Tower Hamlets MPs were split on vote to bomb Isis-Daesh in Syria

MPs representing London’s East End with its large Muslim population have issued statements explaining why they were split in the Commons vote to bomb Isis-Daesh in Syria.

The two Labour members covering the London borough of Tower Hamlets were on opposite sides in last week’s controversial vote at Westminster.

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Dickie Beau channels multiple personas in his LOST IN TRANS

Classical myths echo in Dickie Beau’s LOST IN TRANS

Disembodied voices emanating loneliness on a bleak theatre set might not be your idea of getting into the festive spirit.

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Need a rehersal room? Performers ready for Spitalfields 12-day Winter Music Festival opening today in London's East End

Spitalfields Winter Music Festival opens with 12 days of spellbinding performance

Early music and seasonal Christmas music are set to keep audiences spellbound for the next 12 days when this year’s Spitalfields Music Winter Festival opens today in London’s East End.

It features a wealth of early music, festival debuts from renowned European ensembles, premieres, exclusive works-in-progress, family-orientated concerts and activities and seasonal music from some of the country’s most popular ensembles.

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Kevin Mitchell skipping in the ring during Monday's open session (pic: LAWRENCE LUSTIG)

Mitchell: No more messing about

Lightweight ready to rule world

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Bjarne Pedersen (yellow) leads the way from Lakeside Hammers duo Andreas Jonsson (red) and Kim Nilsson (blue) at the Arena Essex Raceway (pic: Rob Newell/TGSPHOTO)

Hammers snap up Danish star

Pedersen joins Purfleet ranks

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West Ham manager Slaven Bilic (John Walton/PA Wire)

West Ham make early move to Rush Green training ground

Hammers boss blames Chadwell Heath pitch for Reid injury

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Leyton Orient forward Jay Simpson with his Sky Bet League Two player of the month award for November (pic: Griffiths Photographers).

Simpson wins Sky Bet player of the month award for November

Orient boss Ian Hendon praises the former Arsenal forward after his four goals during the past month

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Triumphant Jane Nicholl and protesters take 'revenge on Jack the Ripper' outside controvercial tourist site at 12 Cable-street

‘Jack the Ripper victim’ bloody revenge hacking by women protest at museum

Jack the Ripper was back on the streets of London’s East End yesterday hacking to death what appeared to be the latest victim—left slumped on the pavement covered in blood.

The police stood by as ‘the Ripper’ decapitated the body on the pavement in what looked like a gory crime scene outside the controversial Jack the Ripper Museum in Cable Street, near the Tower of London.

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Babla’s Jewellers are delighted to giveaway this “Armani Exchange Ladies watch AX5406”. It has a 40mm sizeable case, three sub dials, crystal encrusted bezel and rose gold colour scheme, the Capistrano is a highly contemporary and cool watch.

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Win £100 of Amazon Vouchers to blow on the January sales courtesy of Stansted Citylink. An additional 20 winners will bag a pair of return tickets on the new, non- stop, direct coach service connecting London King’s Cross with Stansted Airport.

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