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July 2019 articles

Property of the Week: Live in the home of the real-life Peter Pan
Property of the Week: Live in the home of the real-life Peter Pan
Let’s face it – being a grown-up can be pretty tiresome. It’s why adults everywhere are working on their colouring [...]
July 19, 2019
London Underground: Full Tube network set for 4G mobile phone coverage by mid-2020s
London Underground: Full Tube network set for 4G mobile phone coverage by mid-2020s
Londoners will be able to use the 4G mobile network anywhere on the Tube by the mid-2020s under plans unveiled [...]
July 19, 2019
New homes: Our pick of the new builds going on sale in London this weekend
New homes: Our pick of the new builds going on sale in London this weekend
Grand Union, Alperton From £350,000 for a studio Homes are now available to buy at Grand Union, the major regeneration [...]
July 19, 2019
Sterling suffers as public sector debt more than doubles to £7.2bn
Sterling suffers as public sector debt more than doubles to £7.2bn
Sterling sank this morning as official data revealed public sector borrowing more than doubled to £7.2bn last month, blasting past [...]
July 19, 2019
Internet reacts in horror to ‘terrifying’ and ‘demented’ Cats movie trailer
Internet reacts in horror to ‘terrifying’ and ‘demented’ Cats movie trailer
The first trailer for upcoming movie ‘Cats’ based on the musical by Andrew Lloyd Webber has caused a stir on [...]
July 19, 2019
Public sector set for £2bn pay rise in one of Theresa May’s final acts as Prime Minister
Public sector set for £2bn pay rise in one of Theresa May’s final acts as Prime Minister
The Treasury is set to unveil the biggest public sector pay rise in six years on Monday. Around two million [...]
July 19, 2019
Britbox: BBC and ITV reveal pricing for new streaming service
Britbox: BBC and ITV reveal pricing for new streaming service
BBC and ITV have joined forces for a new streaming service to rival the likes of Netflix. The two broadcasters [...]
July 19, 2019
MPs blast Crossrail bosses’ huge bonuses as £17.6bn Elizabeth Line costs set to increase
MPs blast Crossrail bosses’ huge bonuses as £17.6bn Elizabeth Line costs set to increase
Crossrail bosses pocketed huge performance bonuses even as London’s huge rail network programme fell disastrously off track, MPs revealed today, [...]
July 19, 2019
AB InBev toasts $16bn sale of Australian beer business to Japanese group Asahi
AB InBev toasts $16bn sale of Australian beer business to Japanese group Asahi
The world’s largest brewer AB InBev has offloaded its Australian business to Japanese group Asahi as it looks to pay [...]
July 19, 2019
Acacia accept increased takeover bid from Barrick
Acacia accept increased takeover bid from Barrick
Acacia Mining has agreed to sell its remaining shares to Barrick Gold Corp in a deal that values the firm [...]
July 19, 2019