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Microsoft and Google have resolved a long-running patent war; Chinese manufacturing has continued to shrink in September; New consumer protection measures have come into force under the Consumer Rights Act
This car's sole purpose in life is to be overshadowed by the Nissan Qashqai, Nissan Juke, Skoda Yeti et al
JP Morgan will face a London Whale class action suit in the US; Ralph Lauren is stepping down as CEO; Eurozone inflation is coming.
The £175m bridge, which is set to be opened in 2018, has a list of 28 prohibited activities
On Saturday, protestors took to the streets to attack a cereal-peddling cafe
A witness saw shoppers "screaming and running" during the incident
Alan Keery said he refused to "bow down" to the anti-gentrification protesters who attacked his cafe in Shoreditch, East London
Ever wonder why you pay so much rent for accommodation in London? Think you have a long and challenging commute in the morning on top of this too? Think again.
After 19 years legally resident in the UK, a South African book tour and a few trips to Yemen led to author Ishtiyaq Shukri’s deportation
Around 200 protesters marched through Shoreditch and Brick Lane before attacking the cafe and a nearby estate agent
Common in Asia, anti-pollution masks have never taken off here - Rachael Pells dons a new fashion-forward model to see if style and safety mix
'There’s no city with as many theatres and venues - and there’s no city with as many first-class actors'
They also don't like the lack of manners in London
How far should you go in tolerating systematic intolerance?
Courses at London's universities are producing the DJs, podiatrists, disaster managers, and animal industry experts of tomorrow, writes Ben Grech
Number of graduates being forced to live with parents or in shared accommodation is continuing to rise, think-tank's report describes