Monday, 23 June 2014

London - Where's That?

Episode 1

I have had a grump about this before but I think I am going to make it a regular feature.

Whoever is responsible for posting stories on the London News Page of the BBC news text site needs to get a map - they clearly have no idea where it is if some of the stories are anything to go by.

Here are today's examples -

The Chairman of Crossrail announces that there is a gender gap in engineering.

British Muslims are fighting in Syria. (They come from Cardiff, it seems).

4 Rowers have been rescued from a boat in the middle of the Pacific Ocean, somewhere between California and Hawaii.

A man has died in a house fire in Welwyn Garden City.

OFSTED have closed a school in Bedford.

A farewell parade for the Royal Engineers Regiment on Nedwbury, Berks.

There may be a prize for anyone who can identify any reason why any of these stories should have appeared in the London news section.

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