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Tuesday, May 23, 2017

22 people were killed and dozens more injured at an Ariana Grande concert on Monday night

Conservative, Labour, Lib Dem, Green and Ukip candidates will be in attendance

However, Stephen Gasche also suggested the service level would have been the same

The Labour councillor was appointed last week

Orpington goes to the polls on June 8

Beckenham goes to the polls on June 8

Earlier proposals were dismissed by the transport secretary this year

Proposals for an apartment building on the site of Footzie Social Club in Lower Sydenham were discussed last night

The general election is just over a month away

The Bromley and Chislehurst MP has faced some opposition from Labour leader Angela Wilkins who claims May is missing the opportunity to get into “every living room”

Thousands have voiced their opposition to the Lower Thames Crossing decision and planned changes to rail services

Pc Palmer was killed defending parliament by Dartford-born Khalid Masood in the Westminster terror attack last month

Government departments are now in purdah

The prime minister made the announcement earlier this morning

The government responded last week by insisting it is “not proposing to cut specific services”

The DfT suggests all Metro services on the north Kent (between Dartford and Charlton), Greenwich and Bexleyheath lines would terminate at Cannon Street only

Research has been conducted by independent watchdog Transport Focus after the government launched a consultation last month

Large quantities of freight traffic access the capital by travelling through the county

Managing director Will Curtis also briefed the mayors on developments on the site including plans for a 50-bed hotel announced last month

The MEP has issued a draft statement which she would like Brexit secretary David Davis to read announce

A petition has been launched against the proposals to cut some Southeastern services to Charing Cross and London Victoria

Others, including Ashford MP Damian Green, have taken refuge in parliament offices

Lawyers at Unite are investigating perceived failings

Public will pick up the bill for 250 parking machines needing to be adjusted for the coin which enters circulation on March 28

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