2019 Articles

Worldwide climate strikes come to London
Worldwide climate strikes come to London
Thousands of young people walked out of classrooms and schools this morning in the lead-up to next week’s climate change [...]
September 20, 2019
London Car Free Day 2019: Everything you need to know
London Car Free Day 2019: Everything you need to know
Drivers have been warned to avoid large parts of central London as over 200 roads close in the capital for [...]
September 20, 2019
Spurs refinance stadium for £600m to secure future
Spurs refinance stadium for £600m to secure future
Tottenham Hotspur have refinanced £637m of loans taken out to help build its new £1.2bn stadium. The club borrowed the [...]
September 20, 2019
LSE boss David Schwimmer feels 'very good' about Refinitiv deal
LSE boss David Schwimmer feels 'very good' about Refinitiv deal
The boss of the London Stock Exchange has said he feels “very good” about merger plans with Refinitiv, in a [...]
September 19, 2019
London holds on to number two slot in financial centres ranking
London holds on to number two slot in financial centres ranking
London has clung on to second place in a respected ranking of the world’s top financial centres but its position in the top tier is [...]
September 19, 2019
Travelex fraudster who stole £70,000 faces sentencing
Travelex fraudster who stole £70,000 faces sentencing
A Travelex employee who stole more than £70,000 from one of the firm’s currency exchange bureaus will today be sentenced [...]
September 19, 2019
Major US law firm launches first office in 'exciting and remarkable' London
Major US law firm launches first office in 'exciting and remarkable' London
US law firm Alston & Bird launched an office in London today in a bid to build a transatlantic finance [...]
September 18, 2019
Uber rival Bolt sees surge in London demand
Uber rival Bolt sees surge in London demand
Ride-hailing app Bolt has boasted that 300,000 Londoners have signed up to its platform in just three months since its [...]
September 18, 2019
Tube delays: Commuters face rush hour chaos
Tube delays: Commuters face rush hour chaos
Severe delays hit commuters in rush hour today as a signal failure at Baker Street caused disruption across several lines [...]
September 18, 2019
Brexit and your business: Are you prepared to leave the EU?
Brexit and your business: Are you prepared to leave the EU?
London is one of the world’s business capitals – a world-class financial hub, home to leading businesses across finance, professional [...]
September 18, 2019
Second man arrested as police hunt for stolen gold toilet
Second man arrested as police hunt for stolen gold toilet
Police trying to get to the bottom of the theft of a solid gold toilet from Blenheim Palace have arrested [...]
September 17, 2019
Chill out about Hong Kong’s bid for the London Stock Exchange
Chill out about Hong Kong’s bid for the London Stock Exchange
The London Stock Exchange is under siege. Despite initially rebuffing an unsolicited £32bn takeover bid from its counterpart in Hong [...]
September 17, 2019
Unsung heroes: How migrants power our economy and transform lives back home
Unsung heroes: How migrants power our economy and transform lives back home
With all the debate over Britain’s post-Brexit immigration policy, its relationship with other nations, and its place on the world [...]
September 17, 2019
Man bailed as police hunt for stolen gold toilet
Man bailed as police hunt for stolen gold toilet
Police investigating the theft of a solid gold toilet from Blenheim Palace have released a 66-year-old man on bail. The [...]
September 16, 2019