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Daily update 29 July 2015
The Guardian
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Uber have rapidly expanded since arriving in the capital, and the company CEO has said they plan to have 42,000 drivers in London by 2016.
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City A.M.
The City of London is understood to have been given the go-ahead to buy the site at a meeting by its main decision-making body The Court of Council ...
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Yotem Ottolenghi's Soho restaurant is smart and airy, and offers a truly global menu. Familiar dishes are enhanced with exciting flavours - the French ...
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'All 142 homes on the Sweets Way estate will soon be demolished to make way for 229 new houses and flats.' Photograph: Alecsandra Raluca ...
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Looking for accommodation in London can be stressful, especially if you have just received an offer through Clearing or Adjustment and have only a ...
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The Independent
By moving to the Spanish city, those who work in London would save £403 a month, despite having to fly into the capital from Monday to Thursday.
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The Guardian
A new museum originally billed as a celebration of east London women and the suffragettes has been branded a “sick joke” by local residents after it ...

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