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November 2017 articles

Earlier this autumn Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, caused a storm by announcing plans to put restrictions on wood-burning stoves, [...]

16 November
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An important question for this tricky residential market. Uncertainty stemming from Brexit and various tax changes in recent [...]

16 November
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It strikes to the core of everything that’s wrong with western civilization that a smoke alarm, perhaps the most baldly practical [...]

16 November
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The correct care of your watch is crucial. Here is a six-step guide from Bucherer’s Sabriye Cambulat, online sales manager [...]

16 November
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The iPhone X is the biggest reinvention of the iPhone since... well, the iPhone. Apple is hardly shy when it comes to boasting [...]

16 November
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Bricks and mortar, despite the current dip in the market, still appear to be one of the safest investment choices out there. [...]

15 November
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There was a time in the recent past when the arrival of a farmers market signalled that your up-and-coming corner of London had [...]

15 November
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Sadiq Khan recently announced his draft housing strategy, in which he hopes to use the proposed London Model for renting to improve [...]

15 November
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In a list compiled by accountancy firm Grant Thornton last year of the most “vibrant” places in England to live and work, [...]

15 November
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We set off into the City to gather festive sandwiches from supermarkets and fast food chains far and wide to see which of them [...]

15 November
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There was a time when greed was good, lunch was for wimps, and to be successful in the City one was expected to embody an unstoppable [...]

14 November
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Soichiro Honda founded the company with motorcycles but always dreamt of making an aircraft. Others within his firm shared this [...]

13 November
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Northerners like me love to whinge about how London overshadows the rest of the country, but in cultural terms – alas not economic [...]

13 November
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In this centenary year of the October Revolution, we’ve had no shortage of exposure to Russian art, with institutions from [...]

13 November
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