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If you can feel the flu coming on, are suffering from a broken heart or have a catastrophic hangover after a night on the tiles, a very different type of pep-me-up prescription is on offer in the East End.
Two of Tech City's blossoming businesses received a Royal guest today, Wednesday.
His Royal Highness The Duke of York visited Mother London Limited and Yammer, both based in the east London hub.
Wharfers' shopping trips have helped to put smiles on the faces of pensioners in the East End.
As part of the Community Matters scheme at Waitrose Canary Wharf, shoppers select one of three charities to receive a share of a £1,000 funding pot each month.
A cyclist was killed after a collision with a lorry on Thursday morning.
The driver of the vehicle was arrested at the scene on suspicion of causing death by careless driving. The incident happened on Commercial Road at about 8.30am.
On November 5, 1831, two east Londoners turned up at King's College School of Anatomy in The Strand with the body of a young boy to sell.
Gruesome though it was, their deal was not unusual. John Bishop and James May along with Thomas Williams, who lived in Nova Scotia Avenue in Shoreditch, were Resurrection Men who made a living answering the needs of the anatomy schools.