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Daily update ⋅ 3 August 2015
Tourist bus has roof ripped off after colliding with tree in London
Five people have been injured after a doubledecker tourist bus had its roof ripped off as it crashed into a tree in central London. The bus was driving ...
London bus crash: Roof ripped off packed tourist bus after it crashes into tree in Bloomsbury - Evening Standard
London tube strike expected to go ahead
... that this week's planned Tube strike might be cancelled are fading, with unions expected to reject an offer made on Friday by London Underground.
Tube strike August 2015: Everything you need to know about this week's planned closures - Evening Standard
Jean-Pierre Drucker pips Britain's Ben Swift in London-Surrey Classic
Bailiffs visit 12000 of London's poorest households over council tax arrears
London Ambulance Service workers 'quitting their jobs because living in the capital is too expensive'
A worsening staffing crisis at the London Ambulance Service has seen a 66 per cent rise in the number of workers leaving over the last three years, ...
Ex-trader Hayes jailed for 14 years by London court for Libor rigging
No more big characters or Tory clowns like Boris Johnson. London desperately needs a boring ...
London's had 15, soon to be 16, years of characterful politicians at its helm. Ken and Boris might make great telly (to the extent you know who I'm ...
First Great Western trains to get fleet that will reduce London to Cornwall journey time
One in two London workers feel they are unfairly paid
London property sales account for almost half of stamp duty revenue
Almost half of all stamp duty revenue across England and Wales is collected from property sales in London, according to data showing the impact of ...