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London transport charges to rise

Londoners face a massive hike in tube and bus fares and an increase in the congestion charge, from
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Teenage gun crime on the increase

The London Evening Standard reports that gun crime in the capital is rising dramatically, driven by teenage
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Muddled future for London’s transport

London mayor Boris Johnson has been accused of threatening London
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London Bridge Station plans inadequate expansion

Plans by Transport for London (TFL) to expand capacity at London Bridge station, a key commuter hub serving 42 million people a year, without extending all its platforms to accommodate 12-carriage tra...
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British Airways to charge for seat allocation.

On 7 October British Airways starts charging for advanced seat allocation on all its flights. The price of choosing a seat on a one-way economy flight to European destinations is
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British Airways charges for seat allocation.

On 7 October British Airways starts charging for advanced seat allocation on all its flights. The price of choosing a seat on a one-way economy flight to European destinations is
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Evening Standard goes free

Evening Standard goes free In a move that has allegedly taken its competitors by surprise, the London Evening Standard has announced that it is to become a free newspaper. From 12 October the newspap...
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Evening Standard goes free

In a move that has allegedly taken its competitors by surprise, the London Evening Standard has announced that it is to become a free newspaper. From 12 October the newspaper, founded in 1827, will dr...
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Safer neighbourhood campaign

A new initiative by the Metropolitan Police will give London
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Boris Johnson defends hedge funds

London mayor Boris Johnson has travelled to EU headquarters in Brussels to voice his concerns that London
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London postcodes top burglary listings

Financial comparison website moneysupermarket.com has released research that shows that people living in London and Nottingham are the most likely to be burgled. Using data from 2.6 million insura...
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Bendy buses on the way out

London mayor Boris Johnson has gone some of the way to fulfilling one of his key election pledges, as London
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Keeping a track on pollution

In a pilot scheme devised by Imperial College London, the capital has trialled new mobile pollution monitors, which it is hoped will help to identify pollution hotspots and identify contributory facto...
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London house prices on the rise

House prices in London rose sharply by almost five per cent in the period from April to June this year, according to the Nationwide House Price Index, pushed up by a surge of interest in prime areas f...
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More caesarean births in London

Pregnant women in London are more likely to have a caesarean birth than anywhere else in the country, reports the London Evening Standard. Almost 30 per cent of pregnant women across the capital will...
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Dragon awards for the recession

On 15 May, the Lord Mayor of the City of London, Ian Luder, launched the 2009 Dragon Awards, which he sees as particularly relevant in the current recession.
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Blunt 2 reduces knife crime

Figures released from London
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London Olympic Village goes public

UK Olympics minister, Tessa Jowell, has announced that London
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London's pederstrians in danger

Caroline Pidgeon, the Liberal Democrat London Assembly Transport spokesperson, has revealed that one in five of London
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Marble Arch restoration

Marble Arch, the 19th-Century gateway to Buckingham Palace designed by John Nash and based on Rome
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London house prices show biggest fall.

Figures for March released by property data company Hometrack, which collects figures from estate agents and surveyors nationwide, showed that the biggest national monthly fall in house prices was in...
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London historical records go online.

The historical records of millions of Londoners from the last four centuries have gone online for the first time. The London Historical Records, whose documents are archived in the London Metropolitan...
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On-the-spot fines for Royal Parks

From as early as summer 2009 London
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Chelsea pensioners get first females.

With buildings designed by Sir Christopher Wren for King Charles II, for over 300 years The Royal Hospital Chelsea has been a home for retired servicemen
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Battersea power station needs redesign

Plans by world-renowned New York-based architect Rafael Vi
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