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Ministers’ pledge to raise police numbers dismissed as ‘hypocrisy’
Labour points to Tory cuts to neighbourhood officers after Boris Johnson unveils policing policies

Jim Waterson

25, Jul, 2021 @5:29 PM

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Dennis Severs’ House recreates his eccentric tours based on found tapes
Hundreds of cassettes found in cupboards at late showman’s London house, which reopens this week

Mark Brown Arts correspondent

25, Jul, 2021 @11:22 AM

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The big picture: zoot you, sir! Charlie Phillips’s snappy dresser, 1968
This portrait in west London was taken by the prolific photographer of black lives, whose archive is now on show at the Southbank Centre

Tim Adams

25, Jul, 2021 @6:00 AM

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Fatuma Kadir: missing 11-year-old schoolgirl found in London
Police working to reunite her with her parents in Bolton after she left home on Thursday night

Clea Skopeliti and Nadeem Badshah

24, Jul, 2021 @3:19 PM

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Why the Marble Arch Mound is a slippery slope to nowhere
The artificial hill in central London seems a great idea, but it would be better to have done something that genuinely helped the environment

Rowan Moore

24, Jul, 2021 @2:00 PM

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Met police ‘tried to recruit ex-officer to spy on climate change activists’
Former detective says he was asked to inform on fellow Extinction Rebellion campaigners

Tom Wall

24, Jul, 2021 @1:00 PM

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Stonehenge may be next UK site to lose world heritage status
Britain is eroding global reputation for conserving its historic assets, culture bodies are warning

Josh Halliday North of England correspondent

23, Jul, 2021 @3:58 PM

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Mound zero: what is Marble Arch’s new landmark all about?
Dreamed up to drag shoppers back to Oxford Street, the £2m artificial hill is already suffering in the heat. Will it provide Instagram moments – or a discussion about global heating?

Oliver Wainwright

23, Jul, 2021 @3:01 PM

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Artist Oscar Murillo goes back to school with canvas project
Turner prize-winner’s show Frequencies brings together drawings and writing by children from around the world

Mark Brown Arts corespondent

23, Jul, 2021 @2:04 PM

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From modernist myopia to civic weakness, our historic buildings have paid the price | Ian Jack
Liverpool’s attempt to turn its waterfront into a toytown Shanghai has led to its delisting as a Unesco world heritage site, says Guardian columnist Ian Jack

Ian Jack

23, Jul, 2021 @1:41 PM

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Low-traffic schemes halve number of road injuries, study shows
Research on police data for London neighbourhoods finds greatest reduction in injury rates among pedestrians and people in cars

Peter Walker

23, Jul, 2021 @6:00 AM

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Winnie-the-Pooh goes to Harrods in new authorised AA Milne prequel
Once There Was a Bear by Jane Riordan and Mark Burgess will channel the original books’ voice and pictorial style using details from Christopher Robin’s real life

Sian Cain

22, Jul, 2021 @11:01 PM

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