Infrastructure announcement follows an aggressive campaign to woo UK businesses, urging them to “join the frogs”
Witness describes actors being briefed prior to footage being shot that subsequently went viral
‘You on your period?’ one of the men is filmed asking
But the Home Office denies the move amounts to a US-style ‘Magnitsky Act’ – introduced after a corruption whistleblower who died in a Russian prison
Although asking prices jumped by 2.6 per cent month-on-month, Rightmove figures also show the biggest annual price falls in the capital since 2011.
I’m introducing the new toxicity charge – a T-charge – to ensure we rid our streets of vehicles whose fumes are doing the most harm to Londoners
An industry long represented by slender white females aims to make a change in its singular tradition
Abolishing rates would rebalance our property-obsessed economy, yield far more revenue, be fairer and generally more rational and better understood
People in Lambeth waste £9 in grub every week, and wastage costs UK families £700 per year, according to think tank experts
The UK capital jumps from fifth to third place this year, despite concerns over increasing tuition fees and sky-high rent and living costs
'As with all new technology there will be a short period when the kiosks aren’t fully operational'
Witnesses report seeing 'a lot of blood'
Unused spaces such as lofts, basements and garages can be picked up relatively cheaply at auction, but buyers need to be up for the challenge of taking on a legal process which can be fraught with pitfalls.
Much of the business done by Lloyd’s rests on face-to-face contact and relationships that are often forged in pubs or bars
The UK capital boasts 15 of the world’s most highly regarded universities, topping Paris, New York, Seoul and Melbourne
New figures show house prices have risen more across England than in London, where some boroughs recorded stagnant - or falling - property prices in the second half of 2016.