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Uber files appeal against London ban – Financial Times


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Uber files appeal against London ban
Financial Times
Uber has filed papers to appeal against Transport for London's decision not to renew its licence, objecting to TFL's finding that the San Francisco-based ride-hailing service was not a “fit and proper” operator in the UK's capital. The short filing to ...
Uber lodges appeal over London banBBC News
Uber launches appeal against loss of London licenceThe Guardian
Uber ban: Firm to continue operating in London after filing appealThe Independent
Telegraph.co.uk -Mirror.co.uk -TechCrunch
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The £35000-a week-flat: the rise of London’s super-prime renters – Financial Times


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The £35000-a week-flat: the rise of London’s super-prime renters
Financial Times
A tenancy at the four-bedroom penthouse on Carlos Place, west London, is not for the faint-hearted. A week’s rent costs £35,000. It’s an impressive place. The huge open-plan apartment is a stone’s throw from Hyde Park. There’s a lot of glass, a lot of

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London risks losing out to European start-up rivals – Financial Times


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London risks losing out to European start-up rivals
Financial Times
Much depends on Brexit for London’s businesses. Data from Balderton Capital, a Europe-focused venture capital fund, show London was Europe’s largest tech hub in 2016, in terms of numbers of start-ups and the amount invested over the previous five years …

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Brexit poses threat to London’s role as global markets hub – Financial Times


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Brexit poses threat to London’s role as global markets hub
Financial Times
More than a year on from the Brexit vote, the future of the City of London as one of the world’s biggest financial trading hubs is no clearer. The UK capital is pre-eminent in foreign exchange and over-the-counter derivatives, used by investors to

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New court complex planned to bolster City of London after Brexit – The Guardian


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New court complex planned to bolster City of London after Brexit
The Guardian
A major court complex specialising in cybercrime and fraud cases is to be built in the City of London to promote the UK’s financial and legal services post-Brexit. The scheme – likely to costs tens if not hundreds of millions of pounds – is being
City of London plans new court to handle cyber and fraud casesFinancial Times
City of London ‘cyber court’ to tackle online fraud in financial sectorTelegraph.co.uk

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Man arrested after car hits pedestrians in London – Financial Times


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Man arrested after car hits pedestrians in London
Financial Times
Police on Saturday arrested a man in London’s museum quarter after a car hit a number of pedestrians on Exhibition Road, in an incident whose motive the police said they were still investigating. The collision, which the police said had left a number
Car which mounted pavement outside London museum sparking panic was road accident, say policeTelegraph.co.uk
Natural History Museum crash ‘not terror-related’BBC News
Natural History Museum crash that injured 11 ‘not terror-related’ – policeThe Guardian
CNN –Mirror.co.uk –Evening Standard
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Oleg Deripaska’s En+ group to list in London – Financial Times


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Oleg Deripaska’s En+ group to list in London
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Russian hydropower-to-aluminium group En+ plans to float on the London market in a $1.5bn listing that will involve a strategic tie-up with Chinese energy group CEFC, the latest in a string of energy deals between Moscow and Beijing. Part of tycoon
Oleg Deripaska to list energy group En+ in LondonTelegraph.co.uk
Russia’s En+ launches IPO in London and MoscowCity A.M.
Double float boost for lagging London marketEvening Standard
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Chinese navy visits London in show of power and persuasion – Financial Times


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Chinese navy visits London in show of power and persuasion
Financial Times
Two Chinese warships visited London this week for the first time — and threw a party. Their air defence missiles, anti-submarine rockets and banks of radar may have looked menacing but this was hard power wrapped in cotton wool. On deck the speeches …

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Daily briefing: May’s Manchester moment, Yahoo breach hit all 3bn users, Trump in Vegas – Financial Times


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Daily briefing: May’s Manchester moment, Yahoo breach hit all 3bn users, Trump in Vegas
Financial Times
Theresa May will address her party in Manchester today, the final day of the Tory party conference. The message will be: stop squabbling and do your duty. It’s a message that is being increasingly drowned out by the Boris Johnson show. The latest

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