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Safety campaign targets cyclists
BBC - 8 Hours ago
Cyclists are being urged to take more care at junctions after statistics were released for accidents involving cycling in Surrey. From 2008 to 2014, 32% of accidents involving cyclists happened when
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London's property market is so out of control that Greggs can no longer afford to
Business Insider Australia - 9 Hours ago
London’s property market has become so over-priced that Greggs, the ubiquitous UK bakery chain famed for its no-nonsense sausage rolls and pies, can no longer afford to open new shops in the center of
London’s property market is so out of control that Greggs can no longer afford to Business Insider Malaysia
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Daily Mail, London, business briefs column [Daily Mail, London]
Bloomberg - 9 Hours ago
July 29--SHAREHOLDERS in engineering and manufacturing turnaround specialist Melrose Industries Melrose shares finished the day up nearly 10pc or 24.5p at 278.9p. Honeywell, a US conglomerate that
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Aldi and Lidl make hay in grocer wars [Daily Mail, London]
Bloomberg - 9 Hours ago
July 29--THE success of Aldi and Lidl continues to cause havoc in the supermarket sector with the discounters grabbing an even greater chunk of the grocery market. The market share of the two German
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Mondogoal Adds Tottenham Hotspur as Latest Fantasy Football Partner
Reuters - 9 Hours ago
London club launches Fantasy Football Game with one of the world's fastest-growing Fantasy Sports Platform Developers PR Newswire LONDON, DOUGLAS, Isle of Man and BOSTON, July 29, 2015 LONDON
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I TV viewing figures hit as Beeb bites [Daily Mail, London]
Bloomberg - 9 Hours ago
July 29--ITV blamed strong competition from the BBC for a fall in viewing numbers as it posted its half-year results. The broadcaster also cited the poor performance of some shows along with the lack
ITV blames strong competition from BBC for fall in viewing figures This Is Money
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Royal Mail could face Ofcom fine [Daily Mail, London]
Bloomberg - 9 Hours ago
July 29--ROYAL Mail The postal giant is in trouble with the regulator after proposing last year to raise prices for the delivery of bulk mail on behalf of rivals. Bulk mail is collected by other firms
Royal Mail under fire from watchdog for alleged 'unlawful price discrimination' NewsRT.co.uk
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Tate Britain announces new director
BBC - 10 Hours ago
Tate Britain appoints Alex Farquharson as new director 29 July 2015 From the section Entertainment & Arts Farquharson was a founder of the Nottingham Contemporary Alex Farquharson has been appointed
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We figured out what those mysterious black animal statues that appeared in the City
Business Insider Australia - 11 Hours ago
Statues that appear to depict bankers as black rats in the City of London are actually statues of cats. The installation is Laura Ford’s Days of Judgment and it’s part of the City of London’s Sculpture
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After Mahatma Gandhi, Will The British Honour Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose With A
Indiatimes - 10 Hours ago
Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose may soon stand tall in one of London's iconic squares. Months after British Prime Minister David Cameron decided to honour Mahatma Gandhi with a statue at Parliament Square,
After Mahatma Gandhi Will The British Honour Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose With A Indiatimes
After Gandhi, a Netaji statue in London? Times of India
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Chart: What languages people use to Google in London, Delhi, Sao Paulo and more
Washington Post - 12 Hours ago
The world's major cities are melting pots, filled with people from different origins, different cultures, using different languages. The populations in these cities flux and change over time. Now,
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Lone Star Bets on London With $1.1 Billion Quintain Bid
Bloomberg - 12 Hours ago
A Lone Star Funds affiliate agreed to buy Quintain Estates & Development Plc in a deal that values the London developer at about 700 million pounds ($1.09 billion). Lone Star, the Dallas-based private
Lone Star to Buy London Developer Quintain for $1.09 Billion Bloomberg
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Man guilty over dark web 'ricin plot'
BBC - 8 Hours ago
Man guilty of trying to buy deadly poison ricin from the dark web from a "dealer" who was really an FBI agent This breaking news story is being updated and more details will be published shortly. Please
Taliban leader Mullah Omar 'is dead' World Bulletin
10:12 Taliban leader Mullah Omar 'is dead' NewsRT.co.uk
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The Top 10 Best Set Lunches in London (Plus 10 More if You’re Hungry)
Bloomberg - 16 Hours ago
Lunch is tough for most London restaurants. While dining rooms are often packed for dinner, they are quieter during the day.  That means chefs have to offer deals to entice us. Why resist? Here are
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Police overtime up due to staff gaps
BBC - 18 Hours ago
An officer at West Midlands Police earned £32,702 in overtime working in a contact centre. Inspector Tony Morris from that force said "recruitment in this business area has been on hold" due to a reorganisation.
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Police to probe Tube killer claim
BBC - 19 Hours ago
A former detective has put forward claims that 12 people were murdered by the same man on the London Underground between 1953 and 1983. Geoff Platt has concluded convicted murderer Kiaran Kelly carried
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Lambeth votes to ban legal highs
BBC - 20 Hours ago
Lambeth has become the first London borough to ban the use of of legal highs such as so-called laughing gas. The council has approved a "Public Spaces Protection Order" to ban the use and supply of
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Zinc market could be facing concentrate supply deficit: Investec
Platts - 9 Hours ago
London (Platts)--29Jul2015/849 am EDT/1249 GMT The zinc market could run into a concentrate shortfall in the coming months, leading to upward pressure on prices, Investec said Wednesday. "We see
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French day-ahead power prices dip on lower load amid healthy supply
Platts - 9 Hours ago
London (Platts)--29Jul2015/825 am EDT/1225 GMT French power slid further on Wednesday as lower domestic demand, improved nuclear availability and below-seasonal temperatures led to a well-balanced
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High-sulfur fuel oil Rotterdam barges at six-week low against swaps despite surge
Platts - 9 Hours ago
London (Platts)--29Jul2015/833 am EDT/1233 GMT FOB Rotterdam high-sulfur fuel oil barges reached their lowest level against front-month swaps in six weeks Tuesday, amid closed arbitrage opportunities
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Paralysed young artist winning famous sporting fans
ITV.com - 9 Hours ago
Henry Fraser's rugby career was ended by a diving accident. But it seems nothing will stop his calling as an artist. He's painted sporting icons such as Usain Bolt, Roger Federer and Thierry Henry and
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'Syria bound' Wembley student believed to be in Turkey
ITV.com - 9 Hours ago
A student feared to be travelling to Syria to join Islamic State told his parents he was going on a computer course in east London. The 22-year-old from Wembley in north London vanished on Monday and
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TubeMogul Introduces Display Ad Formats; Bolsters Cross-Channel Capabilities
CNN Money - 9 Hours ago
(GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Today, TubeMogul (NASDAQ:TUBE), a leading enterprise software company for brand advertising, announced the addition of new display ad formats to its platform in response to advertisers
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Gulf NRI businessman invests £110 million in London hotel
Times of India - 9 Hours ago
DUBAI: A Abu Dhabi-based retail major owned by an Indian businessman has entered into a £110 million pound agreement with a London developer to build a bespoke 5-star hotel at the iconic Great Scotland
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Seaborne iron ore lump premiums gain 1.5 cents/dmtu as mills seek seaborne cargoes
Platts - 10 Hours ago
Seaborne iron ore lump premiums firmed Wednesday as demand appeared to be picking up on the back of stronger pollution regulations pushing Chinese mills to turn to higher quality raw material. Platts
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