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The Tower Hotel by St Katharine Docks will be the venue for a prestigious business award event recognising the work of the best firms in east and south-east London.


Education Secretary Nicky Morgan has called for an immediate response from six independent Muslim schools in Tower Hamlets after education watchdog Ofsted said pupils might have been left vulnerable to radicalisation and their welfare put "at serious risk''.

The findings of the report into a seventh state school, Sir John Cass Foundation and Red Coat Church of England School in Stepney, had been leaked ahead of the publication date but now the full scale of the concerns has become clear.

Murder arrest after body found in car in Deptford

By Rob Virtue on November 21, 2014 10:52 AM |

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Police have launched a murder investigation after a man was seen attempting to throw a body in the Thames at Deptford Wharf.

Officers were called to the scene at 3am on Friday and stopped a car at nearby Evelyn Street. They found a man with severe head injuries inside the vehicle.


The creator of an app that keeps all your loyalty cards in your phone is hoping to expand it across Canary Wharf stores.

The app can already be used at phone technology repair shop, iSmash, but founder Dev Subrata, says he plans to introduce it across the estate soon.

Working Mum: Taking a Punch from little madam Judy

By Giles Broadbent on November 21, 2014 1:01 AM |



By Tabitha Ronson

I was called in to see Master A's teacher at pick-up on Friday. Although small in stature, she has an almighty presence and is thoroughly intimidating.

She just has to look at me, with her withering stare, to reduce me to a quivering wreck. Heaven knows how my little boy survives in class.


The London Assembly has voted to investigate concerns about the relationship between Mayor of London Boris Johnson's inward investment arm and ABP, the Chinese developer which landed the contract to redevelop land neighbouring Royal Albert Dock.

The deal has come under fire with suggestions the relationship between London & Partners and ABP was too "cosy" and the tender process flawed.


A Tower Hamlets school has been placed into special measures by education watchdog Ofsted over concerns about a sixth form Islamic society's links to radical preachers.

Sir John Cass Foundation and Redcoat Church of England School in Stepney is accused of failing its safeguarding duties after not monitoring the society's online activity. It is the first school outside Birmingham to be failed on such safeguarding issues.


With a packed Christmas programme already under way, Canary Wharf Group's chief administrative officer Camille Waxer tells us what Wharfers can see this year.


Plans to create nearly 500 new homes alongside open space, community and retail facilities at Glengall Quay have been revealed today, Wednesday.

Tameric Investments is leading the redevelopment scheme at the western end of Glengall Bridge, on the Isle of Dogs.



National Theatre, Lyttelton

John starts off a bleak and harrowing portrait of a life beginning badly.

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