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British nurse William Pooley has been flown to London for treatment after contracting the deadly Ebola virus.
The UK now has 10,000 streets with an average property value of more than £1m.
The UK now boasts close to half a million property millionaires, thanks to a boom in houses valued over £1m in the last year.
The hegemony of hedge fund executives seems to be sliding as their pay packets have halved in a year. But don’t feel too sorry for them, their average salary is still almost 25 times more than Britain’s average salary of £26,500.
Today’s Tube strike has definitely spoilt that TGI Friday feeling for Londoners. Not to mention the Friday before the much-awaited Bank holiday weekend starts.
The founder of JML on how to rebalance our economy
DeVono Property’s Adam Landau on London’s next tech hotspots
Our competition winner on her voyage with the GREAT Clipper
Securing Britain's Growth
Garry Hogarth calls for action
MedicAnimal co-founders Andrew Bucher and Ivan Retzignac on how the UK can produce more fast-growth tech companies
Rolls-Royce head of learning services on why apprenticeships stimulate growth in the economy
Enternships.com founder and CEO on how to get more graduates into jobs
Harrison Spinks MD on the best export strategies for SMEs
We speak to Bupa’s corporate director Patrick Watt for answers
We chat to CEO Brian Harrison
Why dressing as Spiderman and working with a NASA scientist are all in a day's work for MorphsuitsVideo
Co-founder Gregor Lawson says it’s not (just) for fun
Roger Peace delivers 17,000 apprenticeships a year at learndirect. He talks to us about UK education...
The CEO of learndirect on up-skilling the UK
Ah, Notting Hill Carnival – the August bank holiday parade is the best place in London to get down to some grooving tunes, while gobbling goat curry from a paper plate in the rain.
The first in our series from the 1000 Londoners project