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London

Capital of England and the United Kingdom

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January 24, 2020
Metropolitan Police Service of London announces that the force will soon begin to use "Live Facial Recognition" (LFR) technology deployed around London to identify people of interest as they appear in surveillance video and alert officers to their location.
2020
London's tech firms secure around $4 billion in capital from VCs.
September 23, 2019
London overtakes New York for FinTech investment deals.
July 2019
London announces its willingness to become the world's first National Park City, with the intention of making the city a nicer place for human, plant and animal residents alike.

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Aubrey Allegretti Political correspondent
September 22, 2021
the Guardian
Sadiq Khan to warn time is running out to tackle emergency as he puts pressure on UK government to act
Caroline Donnelly
September 21, 2021
ComputerWeekly.com
Latest quarterly datacentre market tracker data from DC Byte and Knight Frank suggests a shift in investment priorities for the hyperscale cloud giants could be on the cards
Gwyn Topham Transport correspondent
September 20, 2021
the Guardian
London mayor and transport secretary talk up teamwork for project that has come in under budget and on time
Jess Cartner-Morley
September 20, 2021
the Guardian
Hopes for recyclable fashion are far from mass market reality, warns a new documentary at London Fashion Week
Chris Price
September 20, 2021
The Telegraph
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Owen Jones
September 20, 2021
the Guardian
Nearly eight out of 10 of young Britons blame capitalism for the housing crisis and two-thirds want to live under a socialist economic system. How did that happen?
Jessica Murray Midlands correspondent
September 17, 2021
the Guardian
People living amid toxic fumes hope ruling will force Walleys Quarry to make urgent changes
Ian Holliday
September 17, 2021
British Columbia
B.C.'s Ministry of Health says officials still have the authority to order businesses to close when there is evidence of COVID-19 transmission between employees, they just haven't had a reason to issue such an order in more than three months.
Nicky Gardner
September 17, 2021
the Guardian
Service starting in December will be a charter train only available to those booking holidays through one French operator
Nicky Gardner
September 17, 2021
the Guardian
Service starting in December will be a charter train only available to those booking holidays through one French operator
FinSMEs
September 16, 2021
FinSMEs
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Aria Alamalhodaei
September 16, 2021
TechCrunch
Trucking tends to be associated with highways, but it's not uncommon to find large delivery vehicles trundling down the tightly packed streets of the world's most populated cities. According to EV startup Volta Trucks, that's far from ideal: in London, large commercial vehicles cause around 26% of pedestrian fatalities and around 80% of cyclist fatalities, [...]
Telegraph reporters
September 16, 2021
The Telegraph
A cleric, an Army veteran, and a Buddhist teacher are among those disrupting traffic to highlight climate change
Karl Flinders
September 15, 2021
ComputerWeekly.com
TfL signs 10-year deal with Indian IT services giant to digitally transform taxi and private hire administration
The Associated Press
September 15, 2021
CTVNews
European stocks opened flat while Asian markets declined Wednesday after U.S. inflation was lower than expected amid unease about the impact of the coronavirus's delta variant.
Rob Davies
September 14, 2021
the Guardian
Multibillion-pound private equity trend is 'sign of confidence' in UK companies, says chancellor
Max Stephens
September 14, 2021
The Telegraph
Tube stations and roads across the capital were deluged with commuters forced to wade ankle-deep through the water
The Associated Press
September 14, 2021
CTVNews
Global stock markets were mixed Tuesday as investors waited for an update on U.S. inflation that has been stronger than expected.
Samantha Leathers
September 14, 2021
Express.co.uk
NATHAN SNODDON has worked as a chef at some of the most renowned restaurants in the world, but still found himself wallowing in debt in 2018. He decided to step out from behind the stove and into his own entrepreneurial business venture, and it saw him go from debt to delicacies with £250,000 expected revenue for 2021.
Dylan Donnelly
September 13, 2021
Express.co.uk
REJOINER fears London will lose its status as a leading financial centre post-Brexit have been alleviated by a new poll.
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