Rotherhithe Tunnel and Vauxhall Bridge both need a total of £180million spent on them by struggling TfL to be safe for the future

Two of South London’s main thoroughfares need a total of £180 million spent on them to make them safe for future years. The Rotherhithe Tunnel and Vauxhall Bridge need “urgent” upgrades in the next five years and may be forced to close if TfL’s financial situation does not improve, according to a senior TfL figure.

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Guy’s and St Thomas’ refuses to say if 39 Covid patients have been vaccinated or not

Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust is refusing to share whether its Covid patients have been vaccinated or not. Covid cases are skyrocketing in the UK – deaths are at their highest level since March. Figures show that, as of July 16, there are 3,786 people in hospital with Covid-19 and another 63 people died after catching the virus.

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South London property developer agrees to hand over £2million in assets to settle claim over fraud, tax evasion and money laundering claims and growing cannabis

London based property developer Richard Leahy has agreed to hand over assets worth almost £2 million to settle a civil recovery claim based on alleged involvement in cannabis cultivation, money laundering and fraud. The order relates to three London properties and £1,125,340 in cash in a bank account.

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Southwark primary school in over £200k debt set to close as pupil numbers plummet

A school in debt to the tune of over £200,000 is set to close as pupil numbers plummet. The 156-year-old primary school in Southwark will close in September, council documents show. Southwark Council’s cabinet approved a report on Tuesday recommending that St John’s Walworth Church of England Primary School closes after falling pupil rolls placed “irreversible pressure on the school budget”.

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