London

London is one of the most expensive cities in Europe. This is partly because of the strength of the sterling against the dollar, but also because of the cost of services such as public transport, parking and leisure activities. Rental accommodation is expensive but there is a much larger selection t...

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Boris Johnson returned as mayor of London

Voters in London have returned Boris Johnson, the Conservative party candidate, as mayor of London but only with a narrow victory over his Labour party rival, Ken Livingstone. Johnson won thanks to...
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Boris Johnson moves ahead in polls for London mayor

With the election for mayor of London on 3 May Boris Johnson, the Conservative Party candidate, is now moving ahead of his traditional rival, Labour Party candidate Ken Livingstone. The race is still...
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Johnson targets women's vote in campaign to stay in office

With just over a week to go until the elections for mayor of London on 3 May the incumbent, Boris Johnson, is promising to create 20,000 part-time jobs to help mothers get back to work if he is re-ele...
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London to vote for mayor in May

The elections for mayor of London on 3 May are too close to call at the moment, with the present mayor Boris Johnson (Conservative party) fighting it out against the ex-mayor Ken Livingstone (Labo...
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New London mayor.

Conservative candidate Boris Johnson defeated Labour incumbent Ken Livingstone in the London mayoral elections of 1 May, which saw a record turnout of 45 per cent of registered voters. Johnson won 1,1...
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Mayoral elections in London.

Londoners go to the polls on 1 May to elect their next mayor and the 25 members of the London Assembly. Ten candidates are standing for the position of mayor including the incumbent Ken Livingston (La...
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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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Conservatives gain local votes.

On 4 May, 176 English local authorities went to the polls, including all 32 London boroughs and 14 councils on the borders of Greater London. Of the 46 London councils, 24 are now controlled by the Co...
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