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Daily update 9 June 2015
The Guardian
Daily Mail
CHRISTOPHER STEVENS reviews last night's TV, including The Met: Policing London
You'd think the top brass at the Met were trying to talk themselves out of a job. Across London, they asserted proudly, in a city of eight million people, ...
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The Week UK
London mayor election 2016: Zac Goldsmith v Sol Campbell
Former England football captain Sol Campbell and MP Zac Goldsmith have confirmed that they will join the race to become London's next mayor.
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HSBC to cut 25000 jobs and it could leave London HQ
HSBC – which employs around 48,000 of its 258,000 staff in the UK – added that its UK retail bank which is being relocated from London to ...
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BBC News
Motorcycle deaths rise as total road deaths fall in London
Transport for London said the number of people killed or seriously injured (KSI) on the roads last year was the lowest since records began in 1980.
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East London site to provide 2000 homes and new railway station
The last main piece of London owned by City Hall is to be turned into 2,000 homes and a new railway station under plans to be announced by Boris ...
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London and Bangkok are the most popular tourist destinations on the planet
London has once again been crowned the most visited city of the world, closely followed by Bangkok. The capital of the afternoon tea, the Big Ben and ...
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Property Wire
Optimism and confidence returns to prime central London property sector
Image Optimism and confidence are returning to the prime central London property market after a long period of hesitancy amongst both purchasers ...
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Lady Gaga hits London and reminisces about the time she could 'walk freely down the street'
Lady Gaga has landed in London and is understandably getting lots of attention wherever she goes. But all of a sudden, Mother Monster is getting all ...
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Video: A History Of London's Railway Termini Construction
A few weeks ago, we gave you the history of where London's railway termini got their names, now we've made a handy animated video all about the ...
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London News Roundup
London's rocketing house prices are overtaken by… Yorkshire? ... 12:30 PM | May 29, 2015 Build A Minecraft London At Southbank Web Festival.
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Luton Airport
National Express low-cost coach transfers to all major UK airports including London Heathrow, Gatwick, Stansted, Luton, Birmingham and ...

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