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Author: Plumbers Allington

In 1959 the River Thames was declared biologically dead due to pollution. But today it is a thriving ecosystem with many species of fish and mammals including sea horse, porpoise and even sharks. To get a glimpse of the wildlife, the Zoological Society of London (ZSL) has produced a virtual reality experience where you can […]

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Two London street food chefs claim sellers could do more to limit their impact on the environment. Chefs Pascal Gerrard and Olivier Blanc have founded eco-friendly food service Street Cube. Vendors source as many ingredients as possible from within a 100-mile radius and embrace the use of solar power and living walls, growing the herbs […]

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Emiliano Marcondes featured in four of Brentford’s first six league games this season Danish Superliga leaders FC Midtjylland have signed Brentford striker Emiliano Marcondes on loan until 31 December. The 24-year-old has failed to score in 30 league appearances for the Bees since joining from Nordsjaelland in January 2018. “Emiliano has had 18 very unlucky […]

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Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionCrowds fill Whitehall in central London to protest against Boris Johnson’s plans to suspend Parliament Demonstrations have been taking place across the UK against Boris Johnson’s decision to suspend Parliament in the run-up to Brexit. Thousands of protesters took to the streets in cities including Manchester, Leeds, […]

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Michael Klinger’s century was just his eighth in 204 Twenty20 matches Michael Klinger’s 102 not out off 65 balls saw Gloucestershire progress to the knockout stages of the T20 Blast as they beat Kent by five runs. Second-placed Gloucs scored 180-3 before restricting the third-placed Spitfires to 175-8 at Canterbury. Elsewhere and Essex and Hampshire […]

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Image copyright PA Media Image caption People on Bournemouth beach enjoy the record-breaking temperatures It has been the hottest late August bank holiday weekend ever – with temperatures reaching 33.3C (91.94F) in west London. The Met Office confirmed the new record temperature, which was set at Heathrow. It beats the previous record of 31.5C (88.7F), […]

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For the costume designers, dancers and musicians preparation is everything in the lead up to the Notting Hill Carnival. Groups such as Mangrove Steelband spend a full year preparing for the weekend’s festivities and the Indigo Prxject have been rehearsing over the last two months. More than one million people are expected to join the […]

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Image copyright Siemens/ PA Image caption A proposed design for a HS2 train The government is launching a review of high-speed rail link HS2 – with a “go or no-go” decision to be made by the end of the year, Transport Secretary Grant Shapps has said. The review will consider whether and how the project […]

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