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Google Alert - london

Daily update 10 September 2015
Business Insider
The top end of London's property market is actually cooling. Knight Frank reports a 21% decline in the number of £1 million-plus properties sold in the ...
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Anomaly London, which won Trainline's creative account in June after a competitive pitch, created the ad. The light-hearted spot introduces Train Man, ...
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The Guardian
Zac Goldsmith's mother gives £50,000 to son's London mayor campaign ... my mother, I'm not going to stand a chance with the rest of London.”.
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Middle East Eye
Hundreds of protesters assembled outside Downing Street in London on Wednesday to both oppose and support the visit of Israeli Prime Minister ...
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Times Higher Education
With its grand neoclassical tower and marbled lobbies, the University of London is often regarded as one of the UK's more old-fashioned universities.
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Greater London Authority (press release)
The Guardian
Circle Line Travelator London-based architecture firm NBBJ have dreamt up an eye-catching scheme to transform 17 miles of the Circle Line into a ...
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Lloyd's of London saw its profits fall by 28pc in the first half of the year, with the insurance market blaming stiff competition and low interest rates for its ...
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ITV News
Speaking at the launch of his new book at the National Portrait Gallery, he told ITV London Reporter Nick Thatcher he loved being in the Beatles and ...
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Ars Technica UK
NBBJ, an architecture and design firm based in London, has proposed that London removes the trains from the Underground's Circle line and ...
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