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Nigel Farage, the Ukip leader, has complained that many Uber drivers can't speak English, play loud music and don't know their way around London.
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The Guardian
Boris Johnson announced the return of the Routemaster with great fanfare – but the design left passengers hot and bothered. Photograph:  ...
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During Morrissey's shows in November 2014, the singer appeared to bid farewell to his London audience during an emotional rendition of Asleep, ...
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Daily Mail
Fresh from her successful show in New York, she has traveled to London, where all the action is at for the next few days. And of course she is ...
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London's major infrastructure project is opening up yet again, with opportunities to see the work that is taking place beneath our feet at various sites ...
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Telegraph.co.uk
As we approach the London Mayoral election in 2016 there will be an increasing tendency for London-based media and politicians to see issues even ...
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Londonist
To whom do we owe thanks for the existence of London's royal parks? Find out with A Right Royal Ramble, along with other titbits from 500 years of ...
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The Independent
London's bars and pubs are preparing for thousands of rugby fans to descend on the capital. Here is Miranda Bryant's guide to where to get into the ...
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