Tower Hamlets pro-Palestine convoy blocked traffic on A13

Tower Hamlets pro-Palestine convoy blocked traffic on A13

Met Police became aware of the cars displaying Palestine flags heading into Central London at around 10.15pm on Saturday (November 18). The cars were said to have originally assembled at a car... Read more »
Furious motorist tries to ram through Just Stop Oil mob and man rips banners from their hands as they hold up traffic AGAIN: Protesters ‘wearing red and white poppies’ are arrested during ‘march for peace’ on Remembrance Sunday

Furious motorist tries to ram through Just Stop Oil mob and man rips banners from their hands as they hold up traffic AGAIN: Protesters ‘wearing red and white poppies’ are arrested during ‘march for peace’ on Remembrance Sunday

Just Stop Oil continued its campaign of slow marches across London today as eco-zealots held up traffic during a march on Remembrance Sunday.  Activists were seen marching on Holloway Road in north London... Read more »
Car flips in Aldgate: Tower Hamlets councillor guides traffic

Car flips in Aldgate: Tower Hamlets councillor guides traffic

Cllr Maium Talukdar, deputy mayor and cabinet member for education in Tower Hamlets, rushed to help after the incident in Leman Street this morning (November 10).  Cllr Talukdar said: “I wasn’t there when... Read more »
Bale out! Workers dangle bale of hay from Millennium Bridge as they carry out urgent repairs – to make sure they are not breaking ancient by-law requiring workers to warn river traffic below

Bale out! Workers dangle bale of hay from Millennium Bridge as they carry out urgent repairs – to make sure they are not breaking ancient by-law requiring workers to warn river traffic below

It is an ancient by-law with uncertain origins.  But that did not stop workmen from sticking rigidly to it this week, as evidenced by the bale of hay that was pictured hanging... Read more »
Gatwick Airport temporarily limits flight numbers due to staff sickness in air traffic control | UK News

Gatwick Airport temporarily limits flight numbers due to staff sickness in air traffic control | UK News

Gatwick Airport has temporarily limited flight numbers for the rest of the week as a result of sickness amongst air traffic control staff. In a statement, the airport said it would limit... Read more »
Traffic warden & driver brawl in East London street

Traffic warden & driver brawl in East London street

The footage shows a fight breaking out between the two in the Manor Park area of East London A shocking brawl between a disgruntled driver and a traffic warden in East London... Read more »
Our neighbourhood is ruined by ‘hipsters’ who make traffic a nightmare – they think they’re helping but they’re NOT

Our neighbourhood is ruined by ‘hipsters’ who make traffic a nightmare – they think they’re helping but they’re NOT

RESIDENTS of a trendy London neighbourhood say it is being ruined by “hipsters” making traffic a nightmare. Locals of Hackney, North London, slammed new Low Traffic Neighbourhood (LTN) schemes as “stupid”. 2... Read more »
Traffic wardens go all-out in north London pay strike

Traffic wardens go all-out in north London pay strike

News Striking traffic wardens in Camden say that going on all-out strike is the way to win because its the best way to get the bosses to listen By Isabel Ringrose Downloading... Read more »
Network Rail plan to unblock Channel Tunnel freight traffic

Network Rail plan to unblock Channel Tunnel freight traffic

Network Rail is proposing to adapt the line from Folkestone to Wembley in north London, via Ashford and Maidstone in Kent, at a surprisingly low cost of ten million pounds. The goal... Read more »
Moment HGV passenger confronts Just Stop Oil protesters as they march in front of traffic

Moment HGV passenger confronts Just Stop Oil protesters as they march in front of traffic

A video shows the moment a furious HGV passenger challenges Just Stop Oil protesters for wearing rubber shoes ‘made of oil’ as they caused further commuter chaos.  Slow-walking marches were held on... Read more »