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Bank is the 'most disliked' Tube station in London, finds new poll Bank is the 'most disliked' Tube station in London, finds new poll
Bank Underground station has been voted the worst Tube stop in London, in a survey run by pollsters...
Thatcher funeral: 'She didn't want a memorial service,' says Bishop of London in Thatcher funeral: 'She didn't want a memorial service,' says Bishop of London in St Paul's address
Margaret Thatcher was given a near royal send-off today as the former Prime Minister's grand...
Usain Bolt, fastest man on the plant, to return to London for the 2012 Anniversa Usain Bolt, fastest man on the planet, to return to London for the 2012 Anniversary Games
Usain Bolt, the fastest man on earth and 100m gold medalist at last year's Olympics, has confirmed...
The London Marathon goes ahead as planned, says Sports Minister, as Boston count The London Marathon goes ahead as planned, says Sports Minister, as Boston counts its dead and injured
Sports Minister Hugh Robertson wants "to get people in the streets" for Sunday's London Marathon,...
Cocaine caused the credit crunch as bankers demanded 'more, more, more', says ex Cocaine caused the credit crunch as bankers demanded 'more, more, more', says ex-drug Czar
Cocaine fuelled the credit crunch, former government drug Czar David Nutt has said, because it...
Thatcher's funeral will be held at St Paul's next Wednesday - Queen, Duke and mi Thatcher's funeral will be held at St Paul's next Wednesday - Queen, Duke and military to attend
Margaret Thatcher's funeral is to be held next Wednesday at St Paul's Cathedral, it has been...
Margaret Thatcher, Britain's 'love or loathe' Prime Minister, dies of a stroke Margaret Thatcher, Britain's 'love or loathe her' Prime Minister, dies of a stroke
Margaret Thatcher, Britain's Prime Minister from 1979-1990, has died following a stroke. "It is...
London gets wired up as O2 joins rivals Underground and black taxis drive into 4 London gets wired up as O2 joins rivals Underground and black taxis drive into 4G
Wi-fi use in Tube stations is about to expand with the news that O2 is to go Underground to join...
Met Police to give thousands of free bikes to London's refugees and asylum seeke Met Police to give thousands of free bikes to London's refugees and asylum seekers
Thousands of free bikes are to be handed to refugees and asylum seekers by the Metropolitan Police...
Oyster cards to be replaced by mobile phones in government ticket system shake u Oyster cards to be replaced by mobile phones in government ticket system shake up
Oyster cards are set to be replaced by a new ticketless system starting from the end of the year,...
Tube drivers to strike in April and May over 'disgusting' working conditions and Tube drivers to strike in April and May over 'disgusting' working conditions and 'bullying'
Jubilee line drivers are set to strike next week over what unions see as "attack after attack" on...
Boris Johnson's dad says son can still be PM, despite 'you're a nasty piece of w Boris Johnson's dad says son can still be PM, despite 'you're a nasty piece of work' interview
Boris Johnson's dad says his son can still be Prime Minister, despite yesterday's car-crash...
Daisy Lowe photos to light up the dark as Earth Hour looms over London and the w Daisy Lowe photo to light up the dark as Earth Hour looms over London and the world
Daisy Lowe has been photographed by Rankin to show her support for Earth Hour, an environmental...
Geri Halliwell admits she was 'worried' when Prince Philip opened new tiger encl Geri Halliwell admits she was 'worried' when Prince Philip opened new tiger enclosure at London Zoo
Prince Philip was joined by Geri Halliwell to officially open the new tiger enclosure at London Zoo...
Princess Diana's 'John Travolta' dress sold for £240,000 to man who wanted to su Princess Diana's 'John Travolta' dress sold for £240,000 to man who wanted to surprise his wife
10 of the late Princess Diana's most famous dresses have been sold at auction in Bermondsey, with...
Tube stations to be turned into mini-shopping centres; work to start this year Tube stations to be turned into mini-shopping centres; work to start this year
Tube stations are to become mini-shopping centres, complete with cafes and virtual supermarkets....
St Patrick's Day parade to feature Gaelic football, marching bands... and a gian St Patrick's Day parade 2013 to feature Gaelic football, marching bands... and a giant dragon
Hundreds of thousands of St Patrick's Day revellers are this Sunday to be chased through the...
RCA's to sell postcards by famous artists and designers for £45 each in giant lu RCA to sell postcards by famous artists and designers for £45 each in giant lucky dip
The Royal College of Art's secret postcard exhibition starts tomorrow (14.03.13), as thousands of...
London tourism bounced back 'immediately' after the Olympics, finds new survey London tourism bounced back 'immediately' after the Olympics, finds new survey
London's main attractions saw an "almost immediate" bounce-back in tourist numbers once the...
Sundance London schedule announced, features Steve Coogan's Paul Raymond film Sundance London schedule announced, features Steve Coogan's Paul Raymond film
Steve Coogan and his latest film The Look of Love are among the big names announced today for the...

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