LondonNet: July News Archive 2004
  • Slain Police Remembered in Black Wall
    Work starts on memorial on The Mall - 28/07/04

  • Mandela in Statue Spat
    Mayor and council fight over position of tribute - 27/07/04

  • Free Trains for London Olympics
    Coe unveils new transport plans for 2012 bid - 26/07/04

  • Queen in Water Tribute to Diana
    Hyde Park Memorial fountain gets Spencer and Windsor lift-off - 23/07/04

  • London Grand Prix by 2007
    Mayor plans race in capital following success of Regent Street showcase - 22/07/04

  • Private Schools Claim London Record
    14 per cent of kids avoid state sector in inner London - 22/07/04

  • Met Chief to Quit
    Stevens to retire after four years as London's top copper - 21/07/04

  • Ring of Steel set for Parliament
    Spooks say concrete is not enough, as terrorists target Big Ben - 20/07/04

  • London Cruising Made Easier
    New terminal set to triple traffic - 19/07/04

  • Christmas Cheer for Congestion Charge Payers
    Mayor plans to drop CC for festive period - 16/07/04

  • Nurses from Overseas 'Prop Up NHS'
    Up to a quarter of all nurses in London from abroad - 15/07/04

  • Big Proms Organ Rises to Occasion
    First notes of 2004 BBC event to be heard on restored instrument - 14/07/04

  • Government Give Crossrail the Go-Ahead
    New line could be ready by 2013 - 13/07/04

  • Kylie the Queen of CD Insurance Claims
    Fraudsters 'not very original' say researchers - 12/07/04

  • Most Kids Have Seen Internet Porn, Says Report
    LSE survey says parents don't know what's going on - 09/07/04

  • Freesports Showcase for Clapham Common
    Urban Games back for another year of extreme thrills - 08/07/04

  • Police Scratch Heads at Crime Rise
    Met is 'perplexed' at shock figures - 08/07/04

  • Kim Cattrall in Bed in London
    New role for Sex and the City star - 07/07/04

  • New Trees to Keep London Green
    Mayor backs Woodland Framework - 06/07/04

  • End of the Line for Pimbury Clan
    Surname to die with Mike, 73 - 06/07/04

  • British Troops get 'Stay-Awake' Pills
    Afghan and Iraq wars fed by Provigil - 05/07/04

  • Young Teens Banned from the West End
    Night time curfew to hit under 16s, say police - 02/07/04

  • British Troops get 'Stay-Awake' British Troops get 'Stay-Awake' Pills
    Afghan and Iraq wars fed by Provigil - 01/07/04



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