Revellers being hit with tear gas at the SW4 festival in Clapham Common last weekend leads today’s South West Londoner e-edition.
The cannister was let off during Gorgon City’s set on Saturday raising questions about how it got past security.
We also examine Merton Council’s plans to limit the amount of dogs a person can walk at once and Tooting MP Rosena Allin-Khan calls for the planned changes to the sexual health clinic at St George’s Hospital to be reviewed.
There’s also e-gaming, hair transplants and infectious diseases among the subjects covered.
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- 44The NHS will receive an additional £30bn if Labour are elected in June, Labour's shadow health secretary told supporters in Tooting. Jonathan Ashworth, candidate for Leicester South, chose Tooting Neighbourhood Centre as the venue for his Monday announcement of Labour’s election pledges for the NHS. The total of £30bn over…
- St George’s Hospital in Tooting cites soaring patient numbers as cause of missing A&E January targets40St George’s Hospital claims an increased demand from patients caused its A&E department to miss national targets on waiting times throughout January. In each week of January the hospital failed to meet the target of seeing 95% of accident and emergency admissions within four hours. In a statement St George’s…
- World Mental Health Day: ‘Unusable Victorian’ Kingston and Wandsworth mental health wards awarded £160m boost38Nearly £160m could be spent on improving inpatient mental health services in South West London as a set of consultation evenings begin with two proposals outlined ahead of World Mental Health Day today. The funding will improve the facilities at two sites in Kingston and Wandsworth, turning these ‘Victorian’ and…