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Author Archives: William Perrin
A licence transfer notice for 47-51 Caledonian Road suggests that the relatively shortlived TED restaurant is to be replaced by a steak joint, Flatiron. If this is right, as Kings Cross is short of steak places this is welcome. Reviews … Continue reading
The latest sad twist in the HMP Pentonville saga is two prisoners escaping on Sunday night. At present I am going on partial reports being tweeted by Simon Israel and BBC reporter Danny Shaw that the prisoners cut their way … Continue reading
There’s a lot of classic film locations around Kings Cross, but it was news to me that the famous Monty Python Dead Parrot sketch was filmed in Cally Pets at 345 Caledonian Road. The first version of the sketch was … Continue reading
Emily Thornberry MP calls for ‘duty of care’ investigation into Pentonville death and for prison to be closed
The local MP has called for an investigation of the Ministry of Justice’s exercise of an appropriate duty of care to murdered Jamal Mahmoud at HMP Pentonville. The failure of a relevant ‘duty of care’ is at the heart … Continue reading