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Past articles by Julia:

Grenfell campaigners' fury after products made by tower supplier are used for schools a mile away

"They’ve gone through years of counselling after the fire and this has retriggered them" → Read More

London now prettier than ever as some of its uglier bridges are given completely different looks

Tower Bridge now has some serious competition. Well, after dark at least → Read More

Hammersmith pub manager says he's 'so excited' to be reopening on April 12

Get FREE email updates for West London I'M IN!When you subscribe we will use the information you provide to send you these newsletters. Your information will be used in accordance with ourPrivacy Notice. Even if it rains April 12 will be a bright day at the Thatched House in Hammersmith. Pub manager James Fitzgerald said: “I am so excited, not only to get the business back rolling again but to… → Read More

London Covid: London NHS boss speaks of 'sense of relief' in London hospitals as Covid numbers decline

He hopes the vaccine rollout will mean that any 3rd wave of the virus is less severe → Read More

Distressed, withdrawn and dying Covid patients often didn't want to talk to their loved ones on iPad video calls'

“How awful not to have spent that time with your loved one at the end of life, it’s just so sad” → Read More

London Covid: Park bosses spell out warning to Londoners as thousands expected to meet outside

"It’s crucial that we all follow the rules to prevent a new spike" → Read More

Teachers fear Grenfell children are being traumatised all over again by Covid

Get FREE email updates for West London I'M IN!When you subscribe we will use the information you provide to send you these newsletters. Sometimes they’ll include recommendations for other related newsletters or services we offer. OurPrivacy Noticeexplains more about how we use your data, and your rights. You can unsubscribe at any time. Covid has had a "destructive" impact on children who were… → Read More

Professional dog walkers 'terrified' Hampstead Heath licences will 'destroy their livelihoods'

They are going to be charged fees and there will be a cap on the number of licences handed out → Read More

The posh new Aldi store coming to Little Venice which will deliver your food within 30 minutes

The store at the upmarket location will have a bakery and a food-to-go section → Read More

Huge hill with stunning view of London to be built at end of Oxford Street

It's part of a plan to breathe life back into the West End after lockdown → Read More

London mum and kids drank urine for 4 days after being told it was Covid cure

It was after watching an 'information' video sent to her by a friend on social media → Read More

London Covid: No signs of Covid found on the London Underground or buses since testing began

Experts from Imperial College are taking swabs at ticket machines, barriers and escalators → Read More

London Covid: London NHS occupational therapist shares secret of avoiding Covid burnout at work

“I was being more short fused and at work I did not have the emotional resilience if something was distressing" → Read More

London Covid vaccine myth-busting event aimed at Arabic speakers

It's one of a series of events in range of languages to give people vaccine info → Read More

Questions people are actually asking about the Covid vaccine

"Please trust us, we really are trying to help you" → Read More

Londoners still fear fire-risk cladding could ignite their homes

590 high-rise residential blocks in the capital still have a waking watch every day → Read More

Londoners defend restaurant where Rita Ora held birthday party during lockdown

“It’s a real miracle that this restaurant survived. Be careful what you wish for” → Read More

The ridiculous number of Westminster homes that have sat empty for years

It's despite there being a huge shortage of housing across London → Read More

Council claims damages from companies that made Grenfell cladding and faulty fridge freezer that sparked blaze

An electrical fault in a Whirlpool fridge freezer caught alight in a kitchen on the fourth floor before the cladding ignited → Read More

Fears vulnerable Londoners are being 'deliberately targeted' by anti-vacc propaganda

"As the death toll soars, peddlers of conspiracy fantasies are trying to stop those uncertain about vaccination from getting it” → Read More