Monthly Archives: July 2019

Protest update

Moorgate is currently closed to traffic in both directions between the junction of Lothbury and London Wall due to protesters. There is a policing plan in place. Updates to follow

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Protest

There is currently a protest in the Moorgate area, they have blocked the road. Police in attendance, more info to follow.

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New data published for June 2019

Here is a brief summary of the crime information for the past two months: Whilst most reported crimes show no major differences there has been a substantial rise in other forms of theft, shoplifting, theft from person, violence and sexual … Continue reading

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BBC News: UK heatwave: More delays for travellers despite temperatures easing

UK heatwave: More delays for travellers despite temperatures easing Disruption for rail and air passengers will continue after Thursday’s record-breaking temperatures.

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Train service disruptions

Due to todays hot weather there are multiple delays and cancelations on the rail network. At present the Greater Anglia and C2C lines running to/from Liverpool St are the most affected. The link below contains updates for all rail lines. … Continue reading

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London transport – aircon

For those unfortunate people that need to travel on London transport today, Londonist have released a map that shows the transport links that have aircon. Full details in link underneath the image. https://londonist.com/london/transport/this-tube-map-shows-which-lines-are-air-conditioned

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UK weather warnings

The Met Office has released a series of weather alerts for the 25th and 26th of July. In addition to the high temperatures expected in most of the UK tomorrow day time, from later afternoon heavy thunderstorms are expected. It … Continue reading

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