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London named dirtiest city

London is Europe's dirtiest and most expensive city and also has the worst cuisine, according to a poll of travellers.

London's first park built after rich feared disease spread from slums

The Capital's first public park opened in 1845 as a response to public health concerns.

Tigana rendered sleepless

Newcastle United 2 Fulham 0

Sleepover: Hotel Kamp

A bed for the night in Helsinki

Indomitable spirit of the muddy marvellers

It takes more than a little bit of weather to dampen the enthusiasm of the true F1 faithful

Letter: Urban parks neglect

Sir: You judge perceptively in illustrating the Cambridge-based case study about hi-tech businesses with a photograph of Cambridge's beautiful urban parkland ("Time to get your share", 13 November). The quality of urban open spaces and business success go hand in hand.

Gardening: Potted history

Britain has the richest heritage of historic gardens in the world, but urgently needs more training to support them. Anna Pavord reports on one important scheme

Environment: Threat to Kingston's poplar trees draws the eco-veteran warriors

The London borough of Kingston, one of London's most salubrious residential areas, has become the latest focus of confrontation between developers and eco-warriors.

Letter: Hypnotised by Diana's spirit

Sir: So, people who pick up discarded rubbish in public parks are now being imprisoned or fined. That's the last time I do my civic duty lest that crisp packet or cellophane wrapper has been left as a mark of respect for Diana.
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