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Former Footballer, Sol Campbell, wants to be London Mayor - and why not?

Former England International, Arsenal and Spurs defender, “Sol” Campbell, who ended his football career under a cloud with a series of embarrassing performances followed by strange comments in the press blaming ‘institutionalised racism’ says: 385 more words

Vote now to help really connect Croydon at Wandle Park

Inside Croydon’s loyal reader has 24 hours left to help transform Croydon for the better. Or at least one bit of it.

When the highly paid consultant PR spinners came up with the “Connected Croydon” campaign, they did so without a hint of irony. 505 more words


The bizarre public narrative of Mohammed Emwazi a.k.a. 'Jihadi John'

Londonmultimedianews.com is presenting this posting as editorial rather than news because the continuing narrative of the ‘Jihadi John’ story lacks facts, certainty, transparency and virtually anything that can be relied upon as ‘open journalism.’ 974 more words

Boris Johnson

Terrorism unveiled

Boris Johnson made some comments on the Islamic State in an interview with the Sun newspaper after he visited the Kurdish regional capital of Irbil to see the Peshmerga fighters who are pushing back against the Isis insurgency in Iraq. 205 more words


The iconic blue 'Boris bike' is becoming... red?

London’s iconic blue ‘Boris bike’ – saviour of the lazy pedestrian and bane of the car-driver – is about to become red.

The current £5m-a-year deal with Barclays bank – whose sponsorship gives the bikes its blue colour – ends this year. 169 more words


Boris owes Crystal Palace apology over botched vanity project

London’s Tory Mayor Boris Johnson should apologise to the people of Croydon and Crystal Palace for the failure of his vanity project in the popular public park, following the failure of his preferred Chinese developers ZhongRong Group to act within the period of their exclusivity agreement. 444 more words


Interview: Jengba’s Gloria Morrison speaks about unjust joint enterprise law

 A passionate and persuasive call for reform of an unfair law

Every month a group of women gather in a back room at a community centre on a council estate in south London. 1,320 more words