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Despite being practically dependent on our mobile phones, we Londoners are an absent-minded bunch, especially it would seem when using public transport. An astonishing 15,833 mobile phones were handed into Transport for London lost property departments this year, along with 506 tablets and a remarkable 528 laptops.
When it comes to millionaires splashing their cash, buying London homes tops their list.
The £1bn Pinnacle skyscraper may be given the go-ahead after construction was stopped last year over cost concerns.
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The UK has fallen back to 11th place in a list of the EU’s richest countries.
London’s cycling-supporting Mayor, Boris Johnson, is to announce a significant extension to the London bicycle hire network today, in a move that will encourage higher participation in cycling after a year blighted by fatalities in the capital.
MPs’ salaries are set to increase by 11% in 2015 to £74,000, the Independent Parliamentary Standards Authority (IPSA) has said.
Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg raised eyebrows today by suggesting that parents who smack their children should not be judged.
£45m shiny British pounds.
Following the Paul Flowers drugs scandal, the embattled Co-op Group has spared no expense and hired former City minister Lord Myners on an annual salary of £1.
The UK’s deficit is actually more than double the £90bn figure George Osborne has been using, according to MPs.
Ryan Holder buys UK’s first Bitcoin burger. Photo: Coindesk