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Daily update 2 March 2016
The Guardian
Chester Square in Kensington. More than 35,000 London properties currently have unknown offshore owners. Photograph: Guy Somerset/Alamy.
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BBC News
The number of motorcyclists killed on London's roads reached 36 in 2015, Transport for London (TfL) data showed. In 2014, 27 motorcyclists were ...
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The Independent
The Guardian
'From setting age limits on taxis, to a major upgrade of London's bus fleet, the mayor's greatest priority has been to protect the wellbeing of Londoners,' ...
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We've made a map of famous London deaths: see who else took their final breath here. Moving house in London, but can't decide where? Let our ...
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Business Green
A clean energy league table released today by think tank Green Alliance has confirmed London is the worst city in England and Wales when it comes ...
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Evening Standard
A London hospital has hired an addiction specialist from celebrity clinic The Priory to help it cope with a huge increase in admissions of middle-aged ...
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Huffington Post UK
With Big Ben providing a backing track, Americans in London chant "feel the Bern" as they make their way to a Super Tuesday polling station on ...
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