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London’s literacy drive

The department store Selfridges on Oxford Street in London is providing an interactive reading space for children on its lower ground floor in an effort to improve literacy in the capital. The new...
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Public transport planning for London Olympics

London commuters are being asked to travel at off peak times during the Olympic Games, to work from home or to take a break at the pub after work before taking the train home. It is estimated that...
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New London buses

Eight new jump-on, jump-off red double-decker buses will start service in London at the end of February 2012. The new models will run on route 38 from Victoria to Hackney. Inspired by the old Rout...
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London’s parking tightened for Olympics

During the London Olympics in summer 2012 about one million motorists will have to get new permits to park outside their houses and businesses or face up to
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Cab related sex offences fall in London

London transport chiefs have applauded the significant drop in sex offences related to London
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Floating river walkway for London

London is to have a one-kilometre long floating walkway along the Thames by the summer of 2012, to coincide with the London Olympic Games. The
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London schools face massive shortage of places

Up to 70,000 children in London will not have a school place over the next four years, says London Councils, an organisation that represents all 33 London boroughs. The shortage of school places in th...
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Wi-Fi comes to London tube

Tube bosses have announced plans to roll out wi-fi networks at 120 stations across the capital before the start of the 2012 Olympic games. Following a successful trial at Charing Cross station, passen...
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New measures to help rough sleepers in London

New measures to cut the number of rough sleepers on London
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Rental prices in London soar

Rental prices for property in London are soaring, as demand outstrips supply, according to figures released by the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors. In the third quarter of 2010 London saw...
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Reducing pollution on London’s busiest streets

A trial has begun in the capital to reduce levels of pollutants in the air by spraying roads with a dust suppressant that causes dangerous particulates to stick to the road surface. Transport for...


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