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Could pasty revelations trigger civil war?
This news story will definitely make David Cameron question his career choices.
Shut up and get in the shed
Wage rises for 23% of UK population by end of the decade
Murdoch’s chosen one to re-join the News Corp fold
Thank god - next week’s Tube strikes have been called off.
Google says its “look” has “evolved”
Here’s what LondonLovesBusiness readers have to say
We asked business leaders how much kip they get
What we all already knew has been confirmed. Can we burn it down now?
Next week’s planned Tube strikes have been called off by the RMT union.
Yes yes yes yes yes, no: Cameron’s plans upset as UKIP welcome decision
Labour leadership frontrunner Jeremy Corbyn has come under fire for saying Osama Bin Laden should have been put on trial instead of being killed.
Queen under fire: She has "done and said nothing anybody will remember”, says historian David Starkey
While Jeremy Corbyn calls for weaker powers for the monarchy
Apple iPhones have just been hit with the “biggest hack ever” as over 225,000 valid accounts have been stolen from people.
Tony Blair’s involvement in saving former Libyan dictator Muammar Gaddafi during the 2011 military intervention is being questioned by MPs.
Lorries in London will now require side panels and larger mirrors
Company hits out at press focus on leaked data, rather than the hackers
Carbuncle Cup shortlist announced
Rogue employers, watch out!
Of 37,000,000 users, just 12,000 were women, it is claimed
London doesn’t make the top 10
Almost time for an upgrade
Jeremy Clarkson to become UK's highest-paid TV host. Here's how many millions he'll make from the new Amazon show
Getting the sack from the BBC might just be the best thing that’s ever happened to Jeremy Clarkson.
Data shows the levels of migration in different parts of the UK
Former Tesco chief executive Philip Clarke is going to be interrogated by the Serious Fraud Office as part of the supermarket’s £263m profit overstatement.
One in seven people on earth used the social network in a single day
What are typical Jeremy Corbyn supporters like? And what sets them apart from Liz Kendall fans?
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The mayoral hopeful speaks to LondonLovesBusiness
It’s a common sense approach to a massive problem, says Robyn Vinter
No trains, as rail engineers are “untangling the tracks”
The Labour leadership election is getting messy
Another spate of bad news for Britain’s biggest supermarket
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Bad times for China
Burnham calls meeting over entryism concerns
The bank balance of the world’s richest DJs are likely to make your bank balance look like the size of Skittles candy.
Chef is taking on the sugar industry
The Shard just got a new tenant, and it is taking up an entire floor in western Europe’s tallest building for over £90 per sq ft.
These companies bore the brunt of Black Monday
Lammy on the warpath: Boris is a “comedian”, Zac Goldsmith is “stinking rich” and London is “in danger of falling apart”
LondonLovesBusiness meets the Tottenham MP running for mayor
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St Paul’s says it is without any buried Saints, meanwhile, Canterbury’s got a whole stack
37 people were killed in an arson attack on this London site in 1980. It's now being turned into a music venue
Building work is beginning on Soho site
FTSE 100 lost a massive £75bn this morning
Careful now: Met Office issues yellow weather warning.
But workers will lose Londoners’ sympathy if strikes continue, Lammy warns
UK capital hits the top spot
Union members set to walk out from 6.30pm Tuesday evening
It warms LondonLovesBusiness’s cold heart
Not just the Ed Stone…
Mistakes on a plane
Chain under fire for keeping service charge