JP Morgan to move thousands of employees out of London

JP Morgan to move thousands of employees out of London

US bank JP Morgan has confirmed plans to move thousands of jobs out of London ahead of the Britain’s exit from the European Union to preserve easy access to the EU single market. “We are going to use the three banks we already have in Europe as anchors for our...

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London crowned ‘most influential’ city by Colliers International

London crowned ‘most influential’ city by Colliers International

London takes over New York’s to be crown the world’s ‘most influential’ city by international commercial estate agent, Colliers International despite projections that its status would be damaged by the Brexit vote. Alongside Paris, London is the most attractive for businesses where looking at talent, cost and location which are all...

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The Draw of Suburban Noir

Every once in a while, there are books we supposedly ‘must read’, or films we ‘can’t miss’. These peaks on popular culture’s landscape often become epochal, synonymous with a particular zeitgeist, proper ‘Do-you-remember-when…’ moments. All entertainment has one thing in common: to be a commercial hit, it has to resonate...

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Euro City Breaks

J’adore Paris Best for a romantic minibreak…. Paris is still one of the most romantic cities in the world made for moonlit walks along the Seine, meandering through the cobbled streets of Montmartre and a final nightcap at Fouquet’s terrace on the Champs Elysées. For a splash of culture, visit...

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We Built This City London – The London Planning Awards

The capital’s most innovative urban designers and town planners stepped into the spotlight this February 3rd for the London Planning Awards. Hosted by London Mayor Boris Johnson, the awards highlight the work of the people who have contributed to and engineered the city’s urban regeneration making London a better city...

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New heritage gallery to house history in London

London in World War One To tie in with the centenary of the beginning of World War One, the exhibition will include also a poster for a recruitment meeting held at Guildhall in 1914, the first of many to take place throughout the country following the outbreak of war, at...

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Westway sports centre reaches out to west London kids

Rarely do children get to include climbing within their school day, but at Berrymede Junior School in Acton, it’s a popular part of the timetable as an exciting partnership with Westway Sports & Fitness has opened up a range of climbing opportunities. Berrymedes’ Head of PE, Steve Cotton, first approached...

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