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London 18 December 2013 As expected, the MPC voted to hold UK interest rates at 0.5% with a decisive 9-0 result.
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The Wine and Spirit Education Trust has announced the shortlist of organisations and individuals for the Riedel Trophy for the Educator of the Year Award.
EDINBURGH-based Apex Hotels has revealed that it hiked underlying profits by about 25% in its last financial year, as turnover was boosted by its new Temple Court property in London.
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No savvy London market insurance worker leaves home in the morning without his or her trusty umbrella.
Abstracts of over 22,400 London Poor Law records, covering over 300 years and 66 City of London parishes, now online at Origins.net.
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As things stand, the SNP position is that there would not be another referendum "in a generation".
He was pronounced dead at the scene. The man's next-of-kin have yet to be informed, the force said.
The City Of London police recently wrapped up Operation Creative--a name which will surely make Adland readers snicker.
Motorists entering central London looking for somewhere to park not only have to contend with the 10 congestion charge but also the most expensive parking in the world, research has found.
Jack Sidders You wait forever for a 1.7bn property deal to come along, then two arrive in quick succession.
Cycling through the City of London to work on a dark morning recently, I was overtaken by a man in a black coat with no helmet, no lights, and listening to music through headphones, says Lucy Kellaway.
Stephen Lehec will come to the borough next year from Aylesbury Grammar School to take on the role in September 2014.