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Democrats Global Primary, London.

The Democrats Global Primary, the first time in American history for a political primary to be held abroad, will take place on
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London low emission zone (LEZ) gets going.

As of 4 February, almost all of Greater London will be designated a Low Emission Zone (LEZ) as part of a scheme to improve air quality in the capital. Heavily polluting vehicles like older diesel-engi...
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St Pancras research centre.

Medical science research centre for St Pancras site A
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London waste disposal: Londoners support plastic bags ban.

Nearly 60 per cent of Londoners are in favour of a total ban on disposable shopping bags while over 90 per cent agree that action should be taken to reduce their environmental impact according to a Lo...
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London transport: Crossrail scheme approved.

British prime minister Gordon Brown has given the go-ahead to the
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Crackdown on blue badge fraud in London.

London councils and Transport for London (TfL) are to institute a database of lost or stolen blue badges, which give parking rights to disabled motorists. The move comes in response to an increase in...
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Child poverty highest in London.

London has the highest economic output per capita in the United Kingdom and the highest level of child poverty
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Second Thames flood barrier under consideration.

Government plans to set up new flood defences protecting all major police, fire and power stations may also include the building of a new
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Polish university to set up London campus.

The Lodz Academy of Humanities and Economics is to set up a London branch at the Phoenix High School in Shepherd
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Tough on youth crime on London buses.

Extra officers from the Transport Operational Command Unit (TOCU) of the Metropolitan Police have been patrolling buses in 20 London boroughs to combat rising youth crime.
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Hovis Freewheel biking event.

Following the success of the Tour de France
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Flexible parking penalty charges for London.

As of 1 July a new two-tiered parking penalty scheme will be in operation in the British capital, with illegal parking carrying heavier fines. In inner London drivers who park at bus stops, on pedestr...
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"Green" vehicles for Heathrow.

British Airways is to spend over
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Police treat Cutty Sark blaze as suspicious.

The fire which ravaged the 138-year-old tea clipper moored at Greenwich in the early hours of 21 May is being treated as suspicious by the Metropolitan police, who are examining CCTV footage from the...
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London Literary Festival at the South Bank.

The re-opening of the 8.5-hectare South Bank Centre following the
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Gormley statues in London.

31 life-sized statues cast from the body of sculptor Anthony Gormley have been erected on top of buildings and walkways around central London to promote his exhibition
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Nelson Mandela statue for Parliament Square.

A nine-foot sculpture of South African statesman Nelson Mandela is to be placed facing the British Parliament buildings in Parliament Square. Commissioned on behalf of the Mandela Statue Fund by South...
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New London

London mayor Ken Livingstone has announced that the
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London gears up for the marathon.

A total of 46,500 runners will be taking part in this year
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New Glasgow-London City air link.

British Airways subsidiary BA CityFlyer has announced a new four-flights-a-day service between Glasgow in Scotland and the Docklands London City airport. The service, offering fares starting from just...
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New Wembley Stadium to host first football match.

Tickets have already sold out for the first football match to be held in the brand new
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Water works disrupt traffic in London’s Soho.

Works to replace the worn and leaky Victorian mains system in London
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Redevelopment for

Following Brent council
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Stansted Airport to expand security search zone.

British Airports Authority (BAA) has announced plans to extend the security search areas at Stansted Airport, in order to speed up security procedures for passengers at the terminal. Additional luggag...
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London computer re-cycling project.

Waltham Forest council has joined forces with the non-profit computer recycling company Maxitech in a three-year scheme that will see 2,400 unwanted computers donated to voluntary groups across the bo...
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London’s Theatre Museum closes.

The Covent Garden Theatre Museum in the heart of London
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More homeless shelters by Christmas.

Crisis, the homelessness charity, is to set up seven Crisis Open Christmas centres across London which will be operating between 23-30 December. The Crisis team have already secured several buildings...
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Battersea power station project gets go-ahead.

Hong Kong businessman Victor Hwang and his Parkview International company have been given planning permission to start work on a
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Cutty Sark to be restored.

Work can begin on the conservation of the Cutty Sark, currently moored in Greenwich, thanks to a generous grant from the Heritage Lottery Fund. As well as restoration and conservation, the


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