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Hidden London: place hacking and the city's vanishing points

A talk about urban exploration makes me want to look for the secret entry points into the city.

How many times have I looked out of the train window on the way into London and wondered about the backyards and the bedrooms, the garages under the arches, the tower blocks in the distance, the tracks that curve away? 681 more words

Bradley Garrett

14 March 2015 – Three pairs of Egyptian geese on Burgess Park lake.

15 March 2015 – In Peckham, smartly dressed man stands at the bus stop, a Dolce & Gabbana carrier bag in his hand. 13 more words

07 March 2015 – on the Aylesbury estate, Walworth, a banner hangs from a first floor balcony: PUBLIC HOMES NOT PRIVATE PROFIT.

04 March 2015 – at lunchtime, a customer to the NatWest bank on Walworth Road shakes the door handle not noticing its boarded-up windows or realising that the branch has recently closed down.

Man charged in connection with Police officer stabbing in Walworth

A man has been charged with two counts of attempted murder following the stabbing of a police officer on Saturday evening (28/2/2015).

He has been named by police as 20-year-old Carlos Djau. 180 more words


Mord Em'ly, what's in a name?

Mord Em’ly is fierce and funny through poverty and misfortune, and this little history of her life stands in very enjoyable contrast to heavier, more moral works of reform  from the turn of that century.  1,921 more words


Aylesbury Estate update: Eviction support and demo

The struggles at Walworth’s Aylesbury Estate continue in the next two weeks. Here are two quick call-outs for support