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Reacting to the Chancellor’s announcement on the future of the UK’s financial services, Richard Burge, Chief Executive of London Chamber of Commerce and Industry, said:


The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, and London Assembly Members will face questions from Londoners on the key issues facing the capital at the first People’s Question Time Online, on


New research by the London Assembly Police and Crime Committee has revealed that rape and sexual offences have risen by a quarter in London over the last five years, up to September


Khan has sent a stark warning to all London, telling people they face a “dark winter” as Tier 2 restrictions banning household mixing are placed on the city.

The Queen appraised the work of contemporary British journalists. She released a message on Journalism Matters Week, which began yesterday, praising the “vital” work of the news industry.

Lucy Bronze believes gender should not be a factor when it comes to selecting a successor to Phil Neville as England women's coach.

Nissan warned Wednesday that a no-deal Brexit would threaten its vast UK car factory, the Japanese carmaker's largest plant in Europe.

The number of unaccompanied young migrants crossing the Channel from France to Britain has spiked during the coronavirus outbreak, as travel restrictions force them onto boats rather than


British Airways owner IAG said Thursday it plunged into the red in the first quarter as the coronavirus pandemic grounded planes, adding that pre-crisis passenger demand would not return

Britain's Lloyds Banking Group on Thursday announced that first-quarter net profit tumbled 60 percent, after taking a £1.43-billion ($1.78-billion, 1.64-billion-euro) hit from the COVID-19