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Study finds London has become a city for the elites
The British capital, London, is now prohibitively expensive for people from less affluent backgrounds, a charity claims.
Total shifting ‘finance hub’ to Paris from London ‘due to Brexit’
The boss of French oil giant Total has said moving the company’s financial hub out of London to Paris due to Brexit is ‘a logical decision’.
Rouhani to UK PM: There would be no security in London without Soleimani’s efforts
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani has strongly reacted to some British officials’ expression of support for the recent assassination of Lieutenant General Qassem Soleimani by the US in Iraq, noting how the senior Iranian commander’s anti-terror efforts contributed to international security, including that of Britain itself.
Number of homicides in London climbs to 10-year high
The number of homicides in London has hit a 10-year high and there has been a surge in knife and gang-related killings since 2014, figures show.
Man charged for ‘attacking Picasso painting’ at London gallery
A man was charged with criminal damage after reportedly attacking a Picasso painting at the Tate Modern art gallery in the British capital.
London charities see surge in women seeking refuge from abuse
Domestic violence charities in London are seeing a surge in the number of women seeking refuge from abusive relationships and do not have enough safe spaces to shelter them all.
Julian Assange Unable to Access Lawyers
The founder of the whistle-blowing website WikiLeaks has been blocked from access to his lawyers to discuss his potential extradition to the United States of America following his arrest inside the Ecuadorian Embassy in London. Now held in Belmarsh high security prison, Assange fears his extradition to the US may lead to the death penalty for alleged crimes including conspiring to commit computer treason.
Antisemitism is on the rise in the UK, as is the problem of Islamophobia,
London, UK – Police in London have arrested a 48 year old man following an altercation on a TfL Bus in the Borough of Hackney. The suspect is alleged to have made antisemitic remarks towards a 36 year male as he was reading a prayer book whilst travelling to a location near Stamford Hill.
The British Health service in chaotic disarray due to under funding
London, UK - The so called pride of Britain, the NHS established in 1948 was the jewel in the crown of the state system in the UK, and the envy of many other states who did not offer their citizens access to free healthcare. However, the once well oiled system is now oxidised to the core, with the entire service on its knees as it struggles to care for ever increasing number of patients it receives, with the ever decreasing budget it has to spend.
Thousands sleep out to support homelessness
Thousands of people camped out overnight as part of a global effort to raise cash to tackle homelessness.
London Bridge victim’s father accuses PM of lying during TV debate
The father of London Bridge terror attack victim, Jack Merritt, has slammed the Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, for lying during the BBC Election Debate with Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn on Friday evening.
John Boyega: I've met Americans who are ‘confused black people live in London’
The Star Wars actor, John Boyega, has opened up about the representation of black British culture on a global scale.
David Merritt implicitly criticises PM's exploitation of terror attack
The father of one of the victims of the London Bridge Terror attack has sharply criticised the politicisation of his son’s death.
Britain's intelligence agencies fall short again as terror strikes heart of London
As Britain struggles to understand the latest terror attack, the emerging facts point toward a massive intelligence failure.
London-based research group says UK cannot fight Russia
The British army is no match for Russia’s armed forces, according to research by a prestigious London-based think tank.

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