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Responses to filming law; public meetings in a pub, Lord True & a "frequently intimate" Council Chamber and the LGA
Responses to filming law; public meetings in a pub, Lord True & a “frequently intimate” Council Chamber and the LGA
Labour councillors at a public meeting of Wirral Council’s Coordinating Committee vote to consult on closing Lyndale School (27th February 2014) (an example of the sort of public meeting covered by the new regulations) 1,682 more words
My hatred of public transport continues to escalate as my need to use it increases. That pre-rehearsed speech I have had in my head about the general public’s disregard and prejudice towards those with disability, becomes ever closer to an actual thing I am going to spit in a stranger’s face when they do one or more of the things that make it very difficult to live with an almost invisible disability in London. 925 more words
Cash fares will no longer be accepted on London buses from July 6, Transport for London (TfL) has announced.
TfL said a ‘considerable drop’ in the number of people paying their bus fare in cash was behind the decision expected to bring £130m savings over the next nine years. 156 more words
In 2010, one of our first major campaign victories was the traffic measures we introduced on Tanfield Avenue. Residents were victim to buses and large vehicles hitting their cars. 94 more words