RMT cleaners who work at Waterloo Station will strike for 24 hours later in an ongoing dispute over employment and pay.
Some workers allege victimisation, underpayment and bulling. The walk out will begin at 3pm.
London business woman Karen Blackett has been named as the most influential black person in Britain.
The 43 year old, who is CEO of Media Com UK, is the first ever business woman to top the Power list.
She beat Oscar winning director Steve McQueen, a Google executive and several MPs.
The top ten on the Powerlist 2015 are:
- Karen Blackett, CEO, MediaCom UK
- Ken Olisa, Thomson Reuters, Powerlist Foundation charity
- Chuka Umunna, Shadow Business Secretary (Labour MP, Streatham) / and Helen Grant, Minister for Sport and Tourism
- Sandie Okoro, Global General Council, HSBC Global Asset Management
- Steve McQueen, Artist/Director
- Matthew Ryder QC
- Sharon White, Second Permanent Secretary of the Treasury
- Lenny Henry and Idris Elba
- Adrian Joseph, Search Advertising Northern
- Lewis Hamilton, Formula 1 driver
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He's better known for his smooth ballads than his political activism but Englebert Humperdinck flew into London to throw his weight behind a cause that means a lot to him.
He's backing a campaign to give Denmark Street in Soho protected status.
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"The acquisition of 30 St Mary Axe is consistent with our real estate strategy of investing in properties that are truly special – at the best locations within great cities. While only ten years old, this building is already a London icon that is distinguished from others in the market, with excellent value growth potential. We intend to make the building even better and more desirable through active ownership that will lead to a range of enhancements that will benefit tenants."
The iconic skyscraper, at 30 St Mary Axe, is known as the Gherkin because of its distinctive shape.
According to the Financial Times, the group - headed by billionaire Brazilian businessman Joseph Safra - paid £726m for the 180m high Norman Foster-designed tower.
The building was put up for sale earlier this year with a guide price of £650m.
The Gherkin is the second tallest tower in the City of London and the sixth tallest in London.
A swan, reluctant to the leave the runway at Heathrow, put the staff in a flap last week.
It took a member of the airside safety team more than 20 minutes to get the bird clear of the runway so the queue of waiting planes could begin taking off.
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