Sunday, 17 August 2014

London, where's that?

Episode 7

Recent stories about London posted on the BBC text news page.

A recent study has found that obesity is linked to 10 cancers. The study does not seem to suggest that this only applies to people who live in London

Workmen have been put at risk from asbestos by the West Herts. NHS Trust. Hospitals include, Hemel Hempstead, Watford and St. Albans.

Ikea have scaled back plans for a new store in Reading.

First Great Western says it is working on building better trust with customers following a critical report.

The Jewish Cronicle has apologised to readers who complained about an advert for the Disasters Emergency Committee's Gaza crisis appeal.

A story about squatters occupying some land near Heathrow Airport.

Extra officers are being trained for Bedfordshire Police after complains about response times.

South Yorkshire Police have complained to the BBC following the reporting of a raid on the home of Sir Cliff Richard in Sunningdale, Berks.

Beer barrels have been strewn across the A34 between Milton in Oxfordshire and West Ilsley in Berkshire.

Police are hoping to interview people found in a shipping container at Tilbury Docks.

Welsh rock band, Manic Street Preachers have cancelled an appearance at the V Festival in Chelmsford.

A body has been found by Police investigating the disappearance of a man from St Peter's Hospital in Chertsey.

Of the 10 stories published in the BBC London news page today, only 1 had any connection with London.

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