Monthly Archives: May 2016
There are currently severe delays both east and westbound on the District Line. Issue caused by signal fault in Kensington.
Cyber attacks: Two-thirds of big UK businesses targeted Two-thirds of big UK businesses have been hit by a cyber attack in the past year, according to government research. Disclaimer: The BBC is not responsible for the content of this email, … Continue reading
City of London Police news Thursday 5th May 2016 Between 12:30 and 14:00, 16 supporters of the Marikana Miners Solidarity Campaign held a small protest on London Wall. The group had a small placard with the wording “Hands off AMADIBALAND”. … Continue reading
A group called Kurdis are planning a day of action against Facebook today. If you have Facebook as occupiers or neighbours please be aware that there may be a demonstration near your premises today.
Vauxhall Station fire: Ongoing disruption follows blazePassengers are being warned that major travel disruption will continue until at least the end of the day following a fire on the tracks at Vauxhall station. Disclaimer: The BBC is not responsible for … Continue reading
Large fire update – Reference the Large fire message this morning at Vauxhall.It has just been confirmed that the LFB are still dealing and that serious disruption too and from Waterloo will continue well into the night. WordPress.com
Southwark Safe BCRP has been aware through open source material that the Class War Group, will be planning to hold a protest outside City Hall on Friday 6th May 2016 at 18:00hrs. This is to coincide with the Mayoral elections. … Continue reading
Social media indicates that there may be protests in the area of the London Mayors office tomorrow after the results of this weeks Mayoral election. More information will be sent on this matter tomorrow.
Large Fire – For general information there is an ongoing fire situation at Vauxhall on the mainline railway which is causing huge disruption to traffic and rail passengers into Waterloo station; It is also believed to be affecting the Victoria … Continue reading