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Clear the decks, grab the children, make a note - there's a new tradition elbowing its way into Christmas schedules.

Severe delays on Jubilee line for rush hour

By Rob Virtue on November 25, 2014 5:08 PM |


A person on the track caused major problems on the Jubilee line on Tuesday afternoon.

The service was closed between Waterloo and Finchley Road following the incident at around 3pm. The section later reopened but severe delays were continuing across the whole line at 5pm.


Generous shoppers in Canary Wharf gave nearly £700 and six trolleys worth of food towards a 'Christmas bags for the elderly' appeal last week.



by John Biggs

I have great respect for the achievements of Ken Livingstone, and was proud to have worked alongside him for eight years at City Hall.

His vision for London is, in my view, unmatched.


Fashion shows will take over the Wharf this Thursday as the annual Canary Wharf Winter Fashion Event returns.

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A male cyclist was killed in east London on Monday night after being hit by a car which sped away from the scene.

The 32-year-old was on Commercial Road by Cavell Street just after 10pm when the incident happened.


Shoppers were evacuated from Westfield Stratford City due to a security alert on Tuesday morning.

Stratford station was also closed by police. The investigation centred on an abandoned car in the area.



Handelsbanken, the fast-growing relationship bank, was recently rated top for customer
satisfaction for the sixth year running in an independent survey of British banks
personal and business customers.

The 143-year-old locally-focused bank, with a branch in Moorgate and a meeting room in Canary Wharf has been found to "far exceed" its nearest high street competitors for both customer satisfaction and loyalty.

England rugby star Brian Moore coming to Canary Wharf

By Rob Virtue on November 25, 2014 9:30 AM |


Former England hooker Brian Moore will be meeting fans at Canary Wharf while signing copies of his new book on Friday.

What Goes On Tour Stays On Tour gives people an insight into the life of an international rugby star.

Fan's Roar: FFP has seen Millwall's hands tied

By Rob Virtue on November 25, 2014 8:19 AM |



by Ian Toal

A south-east London derby is the kind of match you want after an International break.

Our 3,100 allocation was snapped up in double-quick time despite our poor form this season, but this was not one of the best derbies.

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