It’s essential that Londoners avoid unnecessary journeys on our trains, trams, tubes and buses. If using public transport for your journey is unavoidable, please make sure that you wear a non-medical face covering and keep a safe distance from others.
During the Blitz, thousands of Londoners took refuge on the platforms of London Underground stations. In this special blog, we look at life underground, and how the tube provided safety beneath the streets for so many #SecondWorldWar #LondonUnderground
Firefighters are urging Londoners to test their smoke alarms regularly after smoke alarms failed to sound at a house fire in #ForestHill . Four people left the building before the Brigade arrived & one woman was treated on scene by @Ldn_Ambulance crews
It's #NationalBBQWeek and we're continuing our calls for Londoners not to barbecue on balconies. It's dangerous and could start a serious fire, as we saw last week with a large blaze at a block of flats in #Deptford which left dozens of people displaced
Firefighters are urging Londoners to test their smoke alarms regularly after smoke alarms failed to sound at a house fire in #ForestHill . Four people left the building before the Brigade arrived and one woman was treated on scene by @Ldn_Ambulance crews
Here it is, like magic, the public now portrayed as the problem for not managing to do something impossible for many low paid Londoners - get back to work but don’t use public transport
“Experts recommend sticking to your daily routine even when working from home” New Yorkers and Londoners:
Since we’re all talking about the ‘Blitz Spirit’, and how we should act like Londoners in WW2, here’s something that never makes it into the official story. Remember those iconic photos of working-class Londoners sheltering in tube stations? Well, that wasn’t meant to happen >
Many Londoners have made it clear that Donald Trump is not welcome here while he is pursuing such a divisive agenda. It seems he’s finally got that message. This reinforces what a mistake it was for Theresa May to rush and extend an invitation of a state visit in the first place.