LondonNet: July News Archive 2001
  • Mother Lipman Sits Pretty
    Maureen and daughter keep it in the family - 31/07/01

  • Cannabis Enters the Commons
    New Bill calls for legalisation of popular soft drug - 31/07/01

  • Mobo Pull Plug on Festival
    Pre-awards R&B open-air event cancelled - 30/07/01

  • Revival for Sunset Boulevard
    ... and there's more demand for Lloyd Webber from China - 30/07/01

  • GB United Set for Olympics
    FIFA back joint home nations side - 27/07/01

  • Londoners Cast Vote on Favourite Comedy
    Cinema-goers to choose funniest film as part of festival - 27/07/01

  • Driver Walks The Walk
    High Heels and Lowlifes star dons stilettos for UK premiere - 26/07/01

  • Proms First Night Highlights Exile
    Pastoral themes also centre-stage in two-month season - 26/07/01

  • Concorde Flies Again
    Today's test to lead way to autumn service resumption - 25/07/01

  • Ridley Scott On Epic Roll
    Gladiator director takes on Alexander The Great - 25/07/01

  • Wurzels Told to Leave Harvester at Home
    Westminster Council ban pop veterans from streets of London - 24/07/01

  • Firth Says Hamlet Not To Be
    Colin Firth falls foul of film commitments - 24/07/01

  • Wellcome to the Disease Dome
    Medical charity plan research centre inside Greenwich big tent - 23/07/01

  • Judge Holds the Key to Tube Future
    Mayor hopes to block privatisation at the High Court - 23/07/01

  • Cameron Can't Keep Away
    West End impresario happy to back new sci-fi show - 20/07/01

  • Jim Royle Gets Arsy on Record
    Ricky Tomlinson bares his soulful vocals for a crack at the charts - 19/07/01

  • Mayor Backs Greater Love-In Assembly
    Office flings are okay by Ken - 18/07/01

  • Dome Leaks More Cash
    'We're sick of paying for it,' says Tory MP - 17/07/01

  • Zeta Jones Rumoured for Cast of Chicago
    Traffic star in talks to appear in screen version of musical - 17/07/01

  • Prince Wages War on Video Games
    Charles calls for lottery cash to tempt children towards the arts - 16/07/01

  • Brit-Pop Stars Launch London Club Night
    Pulp to host their own Disco 2001 - 16/07/01

  • Liam and Nicole to Tie the Knot
    Gallagher goes down the aisle for a second time - 16/07/01

  • Pay Us a Fiver and We'll Let You In
    Road-pricing set for 2003, says Mayor - 13/07/01

  • I Feel Fine, Says George
    Ex-Beatle denies reports of imminent death - 13/07/01

  • Lara Croft Raids London Stage
    Angelina Jolie to make West End debut as Ophelia - 12/07/01

  • West End Feel Good Factor for New Plays
    Crowd-pleasing new plays dominate Theatreland - 12/07/01

  • Kiley Under Pressure to Quit
    'He cannot continue,' says Tube boss - 11/07/01

  • London Wages Don't Make Us Richer
    Cost of living in the capital is so high that the rest of the country has as much to spend as we do - 11/07/01

  • Marber Makes A Comeback
    Writer of Closer snuggles up to the National - 10/07/01

  • Hotheaded Madonna Storms Out of Hotel
    Material girl loses her cool after air-conditioning packs up - 09/07/01

  • Easy Not Quite Everything
    Boycott urged of internet cafes over gay sites ban claim - 06/07/01

  • Crowe Heads For Chicago
    Gladiator star touted for movie version of musical - 06/07/01

  • Grant and Hurley Get it On
    Former lovers to play squabbling couple in new film - 05/07/01

  • Lara Leaps into London
    Thousands turn out for Tomb Raider premiere - 04/07/01

  • The English Channel - a Magnet for All Nations
    Italians and Chinese take to the sea in brave record attempts - 04/07/01

  • Sweet Gene, Sour Liam
    'Come on then, if you think you're hard,' new dad Gallagher challenges lensman - 03/07/01

  • Farrakhan Can Come to Britain
    Judge overturns ban on Nation of Islam leader - 03/07/01

  • South London Police Chill Out on Cannabis
    Just a warning for dope users, but drug still illegal, say ministers - 02/07/01



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