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Bankers are set to get considerably larger bonuses this year than they received last year, but they are still not satisfied.
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Builders make WWII bomb discovery
RMT cites “anarchy and uncertainty” among members over “lethal” changes to track access
He’s wants to put an end to the “soul destroying struggle” aspect of commuting
Sir Stelios’s project grinds to a halt
Serial start-up founder James Hind gives his top tips
Joey from Friends to front BBC’s flagship automobile programme
Cameron reportedly promises Johnson “major cabinet job”, after mayor steps down from City Hall
The average pair of Facebook users are closer than you might think
Well oil be damned
London is “another country”, as house prices surge ever upwards
After being held at a red signal for so long, the Night Tube could be about to roar into life
New mayor needs to help young people
London is growing at a rapid rate
The number of cyclists using central London roads will soon overtake the number of car drivers, according to Transport for London.
Supercars, million-pound artworks and... Cornish pasties? James Constantinou on his life as a posh pawnbroker
We chat to pawnbroker and TV star James Constantinou
It’s time to lead by example, says Astus CEO Frances Dickens
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Worst network failure in years hits BT customers
BP is haemorrhaging money and workers, as rock-bottom crude oil prices have hit revenues hard.
The deal will depend on the outcome of another sale
Exclusive: Lib Dem mayoral candidate Caroline Pidgeon says Osborne bypassed rules to secure Garden Bridge funding
“Lots of things don’t add up,” Pidgeon says
For a lot of businesses, the “skills shortage” is a myth, says Gi Fernando
Critics slam renegotiation as “choreographed charade”
easyFoodstore pilot store opens
There’s only one contender really
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First Tube Strike of 2016 is bearing down on the capital
Drum kits, cash, and 150 phones a day were handed in over 2015
Pay gap worsens as educational attainment increases
Police and ambulance called to the scene
It’s London, but not as you’ve seen it before
Ofcom outlines its reasons why the deal shouldn’t go ahead
Are we set for a blustery battering? Here’s the low down
Look out! Autonomous cars about
Falling oil prices are not bad news for everyone
In 2012 Rupert Murdoch’s son James stepped down as chairman of Sky [then BskyB] amid the phone hacking scandal, saying his role “could become a lightning rod for BSkyB”.
Rumours of staff walkout as shortage of drivers and smaller trains blamed for late night travel pandemonium
Dealmaker Amanda Staveley’s firm PCP Capital Partners is suing Barclays for a whopping £1bn over its emergency fundraising in 2008.
Corruption? Investigation finds Boris was out in the US promoting the Garden Bridge before it won the TfL design contest and “tried to cover it up”
Did the mayor of London try to cover up the “scandal”?
You would not believe some of the places you can stay
UK Chancellor George Osborne has postponed the sale of the government’s final stake in Lloyds Banking Group.
Monopoly! The prices on the classic Monopoly board no longer reflect reality. Here's the bitterly expensive truth
Do not pass go, do not collect £200, and you can forget about the free parking, this is 2016 for chrissake
Comrade Corbyn’s got a house and a salary, but wants to be a man of the people. Can he have his mushroom stroganoff and eat it?
The virus can cause birth defects
Multibillionaire Rupert Murdoch has lashed out at “posh boys in Downing Street” for giving Google leeway for its tax arrangements.
Passengers faced delays up to two hours
Ever wanted to experience life aloft in a treehouse on the African savannah?
We Londoners are all just lab rats in David Cameron’s eyes
Apple hits a new record
Royal Bank of Scotland is set to take a £2.5bn hit to its 2015 profits, this will be the bank’s eighth consecutive year of full-year losses.
The name of that bit of road outside your house has a big influence on overall value
Denmark named the least corrupt country in the world
Tax battle follows £130m back payment from Google
Humans are the problem, not smart machines, says Oxford professor
It’s not April, you’re no fool, and this is no joke.
Claims being considered on a “case-by-case” basis