London Go 17th August 2018
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This winter the Canal and River Trust will spend over £2.5 million on repairing the waterways, but say that with more people living on boats they'll soon have to find extra money to maintain the capital's canals.
Federation of Small Businesses claims rate changes will put firms at risk
A new charity album involving more than 200 musicians is being released in shops today.
The Southern Syncopated Orchestra wowed London society and introduced jazz to the capital in the years after the First World War.
More than 900 people have signed a petition against housing proposal concerning Ealing Allotments.
Businesses in the Brixton railway arches say they've been given an extra two weeks to negotiate with the site's owner Network Rail.
The Deaf Project has been running on its reserves and fears it may have to close
Alderwick Court residents say they've spent years asking the housing association to carry out repairs
Caius House says its struggling to cope with the demand for its services
Art on the Underground launch a new commission from celebrated artist Liam Gillick.
4th Generation Business Owner Wants to Leave Europe.
Service provider supports staying in Europe.
A musical that explores the laws surrounding prostitution
Artist Stik has donated his images to raise money for Homerton Hospital.
A bicycle shop in South London has just reopened after its customers pledged thousands of pounds to help it relocate.