Weekly nuggets of triviality posted every Sunday each with a short essay relating to the day in question along with 10 other pieces of useless information, read weekly or dip in and out
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Nicholas Barbon who built hundreds of shoddy houses, some at Mincing Lane collapsed because their foundations were inadequate
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Walking around the cab he could see nothing amiss but as he opened the nearside door the woman fell into his arms covered in blood
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Containing an original 1899 Thomas Crapper `valveless water preventor', here red and black marble urinals adorn the opposite wall, after cleaning your soul above, here one may have a more secular dousing
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Playing football in London has often been curtailed or banned by the authorities
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On the eve of the arrival of America’s most controversial modern President, we’re looking at a house only accessible after interrogation by armed police officers
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It is giving them an inaccurate signal telling them they are standing in the middle of the Thames when patiently they are standing in Trafalgar Square
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For some, with a seemingly safer war, were hugely valuable in raising the morale of Londoners
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