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    Pictures of Gay Pride marches in the 1970s, controversial actor and singer Divine, and London’s first gay superclub, Bang, are among rarely seen photographs that have just gone on show celebrating LGBT+ History Month in Westminster.The pictures are on display at Westminster City Council’s offices in Victoria. The council’s LGBT+ staff network put the public exhibition together, drawing [...]

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    The UK Government has set out provisions for energy arrangements as part of wider negotiations on its future relationship with the EU.In a paper titled UK’s Approach to negotiations on Future Relationship with the EU, the UK Government suggests an agreement on energy could cover energy trading over the interconnectors between the UK and the EU, carbon pricing, and climate change. The UK has [...]

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    Nine major developments are among those that will change the face of Westminster in the coming years.With so many cranes filling the capital’s skyline, you could be forgiven for assuming that more building work is going on than ever.But since 2016-17, economists have shown that the number of new, major planning applications being submitted to central London councils has in going down. [...]

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    The Entrepreneurship Institute welcomed students from across the borough last week as part of Westminster Enterprise Week.Students from schools and colleges in Westminster (aged 16 -24 years old) were invited to Bush House for an interactive workshop to help develop their enterprise skills and meet startups on the Kings 20 accelerator programme. Jeremy Shorter, the Institute's Learning [...]

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    Westminster City Council has been fighting so hard to stop new phone boxes popping up on its pavements that one councillor said it is playing a game of 'whack-a-mole'.The council has really taken a big dislike them. It doesn't like the fact they are plastered in advertising, says they get scruffy and are often used as bases for drug dealing. But now it has won a landmark court case in its [...]

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