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12.04.21 16:11 TfL: Passenger numbers up as businesses reopen doors

Schlagwörter: Stratford, Londoners, Alliance, Commerce, Industry

The number of passengers using Tube and bus services in London rose this morning as lockdown restrictions eased, initial data has revealed.

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12.04.21 13:00 London Mayor election: Who are the challenger candidates?

Schlagwörter: Azerbaijan-born, Conservatives, Waller-Bridge, Representing, Popularised

On May 6, Londoners will have a record number of candidates to choose from as they head to the polls to decide the next Mayor of London.

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12.04.21 12:32 Big Issue vendors back selling magazine in London

Schlagwörter: Hammersmith, Finsbury, Waterloo, England, Station

Today (Monday, 12th April) Big Issue vendors in London have returned to their pitches to sell the magazine for the first time since the third national lockdown.

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12.04.21 11:59 Fire at shop with flats above in Station Road, Barnet

Schlagwörter: Officers, Barnet, There, Four, Part

Four fire engines and around 25 firefighters were called to a fire at a shop with flats above in New Barnet over the weekend.

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12.04.21 08:53 The rules you will need to follow if you are visiting the pub from today

Schlagwörter: Johnson’s, According, Minister, February, England

If you are planning on braving the colder weather to visit your local beer garden from today, there will be a number of rules in place.

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12.04.21 04:00 April 12 lockdown easing: New Covid rules for England

Schlagwörter: Non-essential, International, Association, Businesses, Government

Pints will be poured for pub gardens, restaurants will serve diners outside and long-overdue haircuts will be sought in a major easing of England’s coronavirus lockdown today.

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11.04.21 17:00 The life of Clark Gable, the only man crowned King of Hollywood

Schlagwörter: Borehamwood, Ironically, Tragically, Hollywood, Happened

Only one man was ever crowned as the King of Hollywood and that was back in the 1930s. The recipient was Clark Gable, who I guess younger readers may not have heard of. He was a big star from the 1930s until the 1950s and made three films in Borehamwood. His most famous role was as Rhett Butler in Gone With The Wind, although he lost out for the Best Actor Oscar to Robert Donat for his film Goodbye Mr Chips in 1939. Ironically Clark had won the Oscar five years earlier for another movie he did n

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11.04.21 14:00 Hertfordshire school exclusions over sexual misconduct

Schlagwörter: Hertfordshire, Department, Equalities, Government, Everyone’s

Schools in Hertfordshire excluded pupils for sexual misconduct on dozens of occasions in just one year, figures reveal.

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11.04.21 12:00 St Albans Crown Court faces bulging backlog of cases

Schlagwörter: Parliamentary, Constitution, Commissioner, Nightingale, Government

St Albans Crown Court is facing an increasing backlog of cases, figures show.

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10.04.21 16:06 Transport for London issues update as restrictions ease

Schlagwörter: Government, Customers, Extensive, Santander, Imperial

Transport for London has issued the following update on its services with non-essential shops and outdoor attractions opening from Monday.

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10.04.21 12:00 Five Hertfordshire gardens opening to public this month

Schlagwörter: Wheathampstead, Parkinson’s, Letchworth, Chilterns, Macmillan

Five of Hertfordshire's most beautiful gardens will once again open their gates to the public later this month.

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10.04.21 10:00 How long should my dog be walked for?

Schlagwörter: Kennelstore, According, Yorkshire, Likewise, Smaller

Research has found that an increasing number of dogs in the UK are under-exercised which is affecting their mental health and wellbeing.

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09.04.21 17:00 Shaun Bailey reveals housing plans for London

Schlagwörter: Hall-controlled, Conservative, Placemaking, Democracy, Reporting

Shaun Bailey has revealed plans create a taxpayer-funded housing company and ban high-rise tower blocks in outer London.

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09.04.21 14:25 City Hall pays tribute to the late Prince Philip

Schlagwörter: Conservative, Edinburgh’s, Edinburgh, Londoners, Assembly

Mayor of London Sadiq Khan has today joined with his fellow election candidates and members of the London Assembly to pay tribute to the late Prince Philip.

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09.04.21 13:57 Prince Philip funeral: first details confirmed in line with his wishes

Schlagwörter: Commonwealth, Westminster, Edinburgh, Following, Phillip’s

Following a number of health scares in recent years it is thought Prince Philip has had a lot of say in his funeral.

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09.04.21 13:00 Barnet mayor pays tribute to Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh

Schlagwörter: Worshipful, Councillor, Buckingham, COVID-safe, Edinburgh

Barnet's mayor has responded to the death today (9 April) of HRH The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh.

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09.04.21 12:22 Prince Philip dies aged 99, what happens now?

Schlagwörter: Commonwealth, Chamberlain, Westminster, Buckingham, Edinburgh

Whenever a member of the Royal Family dies, there are strict plans in place for what happens next.

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08.04.21 16:00 Sian Berry launches manifesto to make London 'greenest city'

Schlagwörter: Silvertown, Commission, Londoners, Democracy, Reporting

Mayoral hopeful Sian Berry today launched her election manifesto as she outlined plans to make London “the greenest city in the world”.

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08.04.21 12:00 Traffic in and around Barnet set to be disrupted by roadworks

Schlagwörter: Cricklewood, Chessington, Roundabout, Brookhill, Meanwhile

Motorists using some roads in Barnet may face disruption later this month due to roadworks.

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08.04.21 11:20 Plan for nearly 200 homes near Barnet green belt approved

Schlagwörter: Conservative, Association, Narenthira, Responding, Residents

A 197-home development on a site next to an area of green belt land has been approved by councillors.

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08.04.21 11:00 Two arrested after golf clubhouse fire

Schlagwörter: Metropolitan, Commander, Stanmore, Brockley, Edgware

Two people were arrested following a blaze that broke out at a golf club house.

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08.04.21 09:22 Anthony Joshua teams up with Revolut to support gyms

Schlagwörter: Government’s, Cassiobury, Survival, Scotland, Finchley

Anthony Joshua has partnered with a company offering independent boxing gyms across the UK vital funds to survive following the pandemic.

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07.04.21 16:11 Record number of parties to contest London-wide Assembly seats

Schlagwörter: PA/Newsquest, London-wide, Londoners, ReformUK, Welfare

A record number of political parties are standing to win the London-wide seats in the upcoming London Assembly elections.

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07.04.21 14:00 Consultation on housing plan at former Barnet gas works

Schlagwörter: Councillors, Wednesday, Fairview, Victoria, Housing

Developers are consulting on plans to build homes at a disused industrial site after a previous scheme was refused.

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07.04.21 12:22 What has Sadiq Khan promised in his election manifesto?

Schlagwörter: Metropolitan, Government, Commission, Devolution, Parliament

Sadiq Khan yesterday (April 6) launched his election manifesto with a pledge to support the creation of 170,000 new green jobs in London.

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07.04.21 11:33 Green light for tower blocks up to 24 storeys in Barnet

Schlagwörter: Anticipating, Conservative, Investments, Christophe, Sainsburys

A developer has won permission to build tower blocks up to 24 storeys high at the site of a car dealership.

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07.04.21 11:12 Latest Covid rate in Barnet as lockdown eases

Schlagwörter: Government’s, Department, Infection, Education, Covid-19

The seven-day coronavirus infection rate remained low in Barnet as more lockdown restrictions were lifted.

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06.04.21 15:00 Sadiq Khan launches election manifesto with green jobs pledge

Schlagwörter: Conservative, Silvertown, Londoners, Miliband, London’s

Sadiq Khan today revealed plans to support more than 170,000 environmentally friendly “green jobs” if re-elected in May as he unveiled his campaign manifesto.

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06.04.21 14:00 Sir Keir Starmer apologises after visit to Jesus House in Brent

Schlagwörter: Opposition, Campaign, Starmer, Nations, House’s

The leader of the Labour Party has apologised for the “hurt” caused by his visit to a church in Brent which has been widely criticised for its attitudes towards homosexuality.

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06.04.21 11:01 Sadiq Khan says Boris Johnson 'lied again' over TfL comments

Schlagwörter: PA/Newsquest, Minister’s, Politico’s, Following, Covid-19

Mayor of London Sadiq Khan has hit back at comments made by Boris Johnson about TfL finances at a Covid-19 press conference yesterday.

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06.04.21 10:02 Hemel Hempstead fraudster sentenced after false insurance claim

Schlagwörter: Rehabilitation, Hertfordshire, Magistrates, Requirement, Crudgington

A fraudster who made false insurance claims to Hertfordshire County Council has been jailed.

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06.04.21 09:35 Police appeal: Burglary in Sunnybank Road, Potters Bar

Schlagwörter: Communications, Alternatively, Crimestoppers, Borehamwood, Sunnybank

Police have released CCTV images of four men they would like to identify after following a burglary in Potters Bar.

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06.04.21 08:53 If you get this WhatsApp from your friends or family, don't reply - it's a scam

Schlagwörter: Throughout, Consumer, Twitter, WhatApp, Conran

Fraudsters are posing as your friends, family and any other contacts you may have on WhatsApp.

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06.04.21 08:37 The dogs most vulnerable to theft in the UK - is your dog on the list?

Schlagwörter: Staffordshire, Goldendoodle, Labradoodles, Retrievers, Patterdale

Certain breeds and designer crossbreeds are much more highly sought-after than others.

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05.04.21 15:00 Netflix has revealed the new TV series and films coming in April

Schlagwörter: Netflix, Disney+, Amazon, Prime, Lucky

The streaming giant has released a whole host of new shows and movies coming this in April.

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05.04.21 09:17 Free twice-weekly Covid tests to be offered to everyone in England

Schlagwörter: Government’s, Minister, England, Johnson, Cabinet

Everyone in England is to be offered free, twice-weekly coronavirus tests as ministers prepare for the next stage of easing lockdown restrictions.

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04.04.21 14:30 The dogs most vulnerable to theft in the UK - is your dog on the list?

Schlagwörter: Staffordshire, Goldendoodle, Labradoodles, Retrievers, Patterdale

Certain breeds and designer crossbreeds are much more highly sought-after than others.

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04.04.21 14:00 Hertsmere Council reveals dog fouling hotspots

Schlagwörter: Borehamwood, Hertsmere, Borough, Twitter, Potters

Hertsmere Borough Council has warned dog fouling is on the rise locally and has revealed the biggest problem hotspots.

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04.04.21 12:00 Why do we eat chocolate at Easter? - Easter egg tradition explained

Schlagwörter: Pennsylvania, Christians, Christian, Meanwhile, Osterhase

Eating lots of chocolate has become the norm at this time of year - but have you ever wondered where exactly the tradition comes from?

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03.04.21 15:15 Best and worst motorway service stations in the UK

Schlagwörter: Northamptonshire, Lanarkshire, Gloucester, Bridgwater, Somerset

A survey by Which has ranked the best and worst motorway service stations across the UK.

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03.04.21 10:00 Stories from Elstree horror classic Night of the Demon

Schlagwörter: Scoundrels, Hollywood, Hitchcock, Alistair, Cummins

A couple of years ago I met an old friend, actress Peggy Cummins, and Diana Rigg at an event at Elstree Studios that I was co-hosting. It was the first time I had met Diana so that was a great pleasure. Luckily I had known Peggy for many years and sadly it proved to be their final visits to Elstree as we have lost them both since.

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03.04.21 09:21 Care homes will allow two visitors from April 12

Schlagwörter: Mother’s, Current, However, Babies, April

New Covid guidelines will allow two regular indoor visitors at care homes from April 12.

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02.04.21 17:00 Amazon Prime has revealed the new TV series and films coming in April

Schlagwörter: Netflix, Disney+, Amazon, Prime, Lucky

Amazon Prime has released a whole host of new shows and movies coming in April.

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02.04.21 14:50 Dog reunited with owner after being found by Hale Police

Schlagwörter: Suspecting, Medivet_UK, Officers, HappyDog, Medivet

A dog that was found by police has been reunited with its owner.

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02.04.21 14:30 Six common mistakes we all make when enjoying a barbecue

Schlagwörter: Association, MasterChef, Everyone, Wallace, There’s

Some will offer a wide array of marinated meats cooked to perfection while others will offer dry burgers and a poor selection of condiments.

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02.04.21 13:30 BBC, ITV and more - Your Easter TV guide for Bank Holiday weekend

Schlagwörter: Cambridgeshire, Christopher, Celebrated, Stallworth, Clarkson’s

Here are some of the best things to watch this Easter Weekend in 2021.

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02.04.21 11:14 Hospital patient rang 999 after being refused oxygen, inquest hears

Schlagwörter: Afro-Caribbean, Walthamstow, Middlesex, Caribbean, Coroner’s

A football stats analyst suffering a sickle cell crisis called 999 while in hospital because nursing staff refused his request for oxygen, an inquest has heard.

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02.04.21 11:00 St Albans Beer and Cider Festival to be in pubs

Schlagwörter: Hertfordshire’s, Safeguarding, Festival’s, Organised, Instagram

Hertfordshire’s largest beer, cider and perry festival will not return to St Albans' Alban Arena this year but will instead take place in the city's pubs.

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02.04.21 10:20 East Finchley’s Phoenix Cinema gets grant to help it reopen

Schlagwörter: Finchley’s, Britain’s, Institute, Secretary, Recovery

One of Britain’s oldest cinemas has been awarded more than £100,000 to help its recover and reopen when coronavirus restrictions ease.

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01.04.21 15:03 Labour estimates impact of cladding issues on Barnet

Schlagwörter: Government-backed, Communities, Parsons/PA, Government, Ultimately

More than 5,000 residents and at least 38 buildings in Barnet could be affected by potentially dangerous cladding materials, according to Labour.

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