SWL December e-edition: including moped crime, Christmas dinner in prison and an interview with Paul Canoville
Our latest e-edition of South West Londoner is here, with nine pages of the area’s most important stories.
All the biggest news is packed in to the paper, including the disabled toddler left without a nursery place, an exclusive interview with Jonathan Aitken, the former cabinet minister who spent time behind bars, and the robodogs being developed to help care for elderly people.
We also talk to the mums protesting the closure of Lambeth children’s centres, ask commuters to think up a better name for the new Battersea Power Station tube stop and help you find Harrods gifts at affordable prices.
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