A campaign for female naked sunbathing rights

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A campaign for female naked sunbathing rights

The Editor at Archant Media Group, Matt Withers joins Headline London to talk through the week in the local papers.


Heathrow attracts 85,000 complaints

Aircraft noise has trigged a huge amounts of complaints, due to the change in flight path.

It was part of a trial carried out by the Government Future Airspace Strategy.


Anti-Semetic graffitti

Plaistow and Stratford have had council posters defaced by vandals.

The pictures were publicising Newham Council’s Holocaust  Memorial Day.


A campaign for female naked sunbathing rights

Activist John McPartlin is campaigning for the equality for female naturists of London.

Hamsted Heath is currently the only place in London in which naturists has strip off and do their thing, but there are rules for the women.

Currently men are able to go fully nude, however the women can only go topless. 

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