Monthly Archives: March 2019
The following was sent out by the City of London Police regarding the reported incident at St Paul’s Cathedral; Following reports of an armed man at #StPaulsCathedral, we can confirm we’ve arrested a man who we believe to be in … Continue reading
News agencies including the Express are reporting that a suspicious package has been found near the French Embassy on the south side of Hyde Park, the immediate area has been cordoned whilst the police deal with this issue.
Starting on Monday 1 April, Cadent will be replacing and upgrading two old large gas mains on Cannon Street between the junctions of Queen Victoria Street and King William Street. This work will be carried out in phases with the … Continue reading
Brexit march: Thousands join referendum protest Protesters demand a “People’s Vote” as MPs struggle to agree a way out of the Brexit impasse.
Information has been received that there will be a Brexit related protest march taking place on Saturday the 23rd of March beginning at 12:00hrs. The planned route is as follows; Marble Arch (start point) Park Lane Piccadilly St James’s Pall … Continue reading
The information below was distributed by CSSC for sharing; We have become aware that Brexit Protest and Direct Action Group UK have an aspiration for 2-3 days of direct actions across the UK motorways and highways with HGV’s and other … Continue reading
The London Landmarks Half Marathon is a closed road 13.1 mile running event that is taking place in London on Sunday 24th March. Multiple roads will be closed in central London, the image below shows the areas affected and approximate … Continue reading
This afternoon Deputy National Co-ordinator Protect and Prepare, Adam Thomson, spoke to Industry Sector Leads on a CSSC Bridge Call to update them on the incident that took place Christchurch, New Zealand, on 15th March 2019. The below message was … Continue reading
The following information was shared by the Metropolitan Police; Can I please bring your attention to two parallel events on Saturday 16th March 2019 which may have an impact upon your business as usual. STAND UP TO RACISM-: This march … Continue reading