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Boris Johnson today said that the government was working with the rail industry on flexible season tickets to encourage commuters to return to the office.

The slower return of commuters aboard trains could cost London’s hospitality sector £2.3bn, warned membership body Rail Delivery Group. Data

October 25, 2021
London's drivers have been hit by £70.4m in charges and fines in the eight months since the Ultra-Low Emissions Zone (ULEZ) charge was introduced in the capital.

Ultra-low emission zones (ULEZ) and clear air zones (CAZ) could cost 110,000 people that drive through them in London and

October 21, 2021

London’s mayor Sadiq Khan has announced that, as part of his plan to make London net zero by 2030, new

October 18, 2021

Uber is launching a pop-up store on Oxford Street – London’s busiest shopping artery – to test some of the

October 8, 2021
App-Based Drivers Hold Strike Across The  U.S.

A union is taking legal action against Uber for what it claims is indirect racial discrimination. The Independent Workers’ Union

October 6, 2021
After-Work Socialising Encouraged As More Workers Return To Office

Last Thursday was the busiest day for Farringdon, Canary Wharf, Bank and Monument stations since the pandemic began, as London’s

October 4, 2021
UK Lockdown Anniversary: The Square Mile, Back At Square One

Veteran city broker Andrew Monk has spoken out against government plans to legislate the right to request flexible working from

September 24, 2021

London is second only to Silicon Valley for the best place for startups to thrive, according to a definitive ranking

September 22, 2021

The software giant with a market capitalisation of £33bn will open its first-ever London office in October and begin a

September 13, 2021
UK Lockdown Anniversary: The Square Mile, Back At Square One

The City of London is at risk of losing its status as a global financial powerhouse within five years, the

September 7, 2021
£6 Million Marble Arch Mound Fails To Wow Visitors

London’s Marble Arch Mound is to remain free, following controversy over its £4.50 to £8 entrance fee and its high-profile

September 1, 2021

London has been named as the eighth-most aggravating place to drive, scoring above cities like Bejing or Bangkok.  Perhaps unsurprisingly,

August 30, 2021

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