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Taxman doubles up interest on Ruskin Square offices

Stanhope, the developers of the Ruskin Square site alongside East Croydon Station, are to begin work on a second office block with the taxman now seeming likely to take up tenancy in both pieces of real estate. 547 more words

Croydon

Happy birthday, Kate Moss. Croydon really needs you

CROYDON COMMENTARY: The borough does little to engage or encourage some of its greatest assets, its people. By STEVEN DOWNES Happy birthday, Kate Moss. One of the most famous faces in the world, or “a good-looking chick from Croydon” as she has been described this morning by one of the posh columnists in one of […]

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Happy birthday, Kate Moss. Croydon really needs you

CROYDON COMMENTARY: The borough does little to engage or encourage some of its greatest assets, its people. By STEVEN DOWNES

Happy birthday, Kate Moss.

One of the most famous faces in the world, or “a good-looking chick from Croydon” as she has been described this morning by one of the posh columnists in one of the posh papers, is 42 today. 573 more words

Croydon

'Show me the money!' Newman takes on the Home Office

Tony Newman described it at the Town Hall last night as, “Levels of incompetence I’ve not seen before.” And given the conduct of some of his most senior councillors, Newman’s seen loads of incompetence in his time. 751 more words

Croydon Council

Ruskin Square considered for HMRC’s new tax supercentre

Senior officials from Her Majesty’s Customs and Revenues – HMRC – were in Croydon on Wednesday visiting the Ruskin Square development as a potential office location for a new tax supercentre. 25 more words

London Business

Barwell fan Cope is named as Tories’ 12th man on London list

A hitherto not very highly regarded sometime member of Croydon Conservatives has been included as the 12th – and last – name on the Tories’ “list” candidates for election to the London Assembly next May. 25 more words

London Business

'Britain's FBI' to investigate corruption in Lawrence case

Was there perhaps some uncomfortable shuffling in their seat by a senior Croydon Conservative on Friday, when it was announced that the National Crime Agency, described as “Britain’s equivalent of the FBI”, has started an investigation into allegations of corruption in the Metropolitan Police which helped to protect the murderers of Stephen Lawrence? 558 more words

Croydon