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  • Entrepreneurial spirit in Westminster is alive and well thanks to an innovative and FREE ‘Pop Up’ business school that gets people into business quickly |Entrepreneurial spirit in Westminster is alive and well thanks to an innovative and FREE
  • Due to ongoing protests there will be significant disruption to central London’s road and transport network from this Monday (15 April) until Sunday 28 April 2019. |Due to ongoing protests there will be significant disruption to central London’s
  • Former Cabinet Member and Lord Mayor of Westminster, Alan Bradley MA, FIA, has sadly passed away at the weekend. |Former Cabinet Member and Lord Mayor of Westminster, Alan Bradley MA, FIA, has sadly passed away at the weekend. |Former Cabinet Member
  • This is the challenge of our generation warns Tim Mitchell, Deputy Leader of Westminster City Council. |This is the challenge of our generation warns Tim Mitchell, Deputy Leader of Westminster City Council. |This is the challenge of our generation
  • ​The Westminster on Wheels bus is ready for a second tour of 13 local housing estates to provide expert support on everything from repairs to advice, on education and employment opportunities. |​The Westminster on Wheels bus is ready for a
  • Key information ahead of Pride 2018 including road closures and links to useful tips to help you plan your journey. |Key information ahead of Pride 2018 including road closures and links to useful tips to help you plan your journey. |Key information
  • The council has decided not to go ahead with the intention of bringing in an external market operator to take over running Berwick Street Market. |The council has decided not to go ahead with the intention of bringing in an external market operator
  • Cllr Nickie Aiken, Westminster City Council leader, said: "I am deeply shocked to hear the dreadful news from New Zealand and I am sending my condolences to all involved." |Cllr Nickie Aiken, Westminster City Council leader, said: "I am deeply
  • Controversial plans to move Victoria Coach Station to Royal Oak have been dropped following opposition from residents and Westminster City Council. |Controversial plans to move Victoria Coach Station to Royal Oak have been dropped following
  • Temperatures are set to soar this week and it is forecast to be at least 30 degrees Celsius for several days, with isolated thunderstorms a possibility later in the week. |Temperatures are set to soar this week and it is forecast to be at least 30