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A disgruntled customer successfully turned the tables on his energy firm, issuing npower with a red “final notice” and an accompanying fine over unreturned payments.
Internet behemoth Google has announced the purchase of New Mexico firm Titan Aerospace. The company makes high altitude drones that Google hopes it can use to bring the internet to some of the world’s most remote areas.
Parenting website Mumsnet, which has more than one million members in the UK, has been hit by hacking bug Heartbleed.
UK inflation fell to 1.6% in March, its lowest rate since October 2009.
Bond Street is the most expensive street in Europe with annual rents of £838 per square foot a year, according to research by property adviser Colliers International.
Facebook is reportedly planning to launch an e-money transfer service in Europe in partnership with existing players like London-based TransferWise.
UKIP leader Nigel Farage is under fire for receiving £15,000 in office expenses to run his constituency office in Bognor Regis despite paying no rent on the property.
Women and men from across London came togather today for a mass picnic on the Circle Line.What happened before this?
Wages could rise faster than inflation for the first time in six years, according to EY, meaning a real-term rise for workers.
A higher proportion of drug users in the UK has bought drugs online than any other of the 43 nations questioned in a new survey.
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The average London house price is expected to exceed £700,000 by 2020.
East London is the coolest part of London, according to Savills.
Asking prices are rising more than 7% a MONTH in some London boroughs.
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A total of 3,389 Londoners over the age of 25 died due to pollution-related illnesses in 2010.
South London seems to be the new sought-after area with prices in two London boroughs going up by nearly a third.
Sexual harassment is a common feat in the Houses of Parliament, a Channel 4 News investigation named “The Palace of Sexminster” revealed yesterday.
Boris Johnson is trying to get a place in the prime minister’s cabinet, it has emerged.
The banking arm of the Co-op made a £1.3bn loss last year, the organisation has revealed.
The northern line or jubilee line? Check out this animation by Randstad to find out the richest London tube line…
Who is more likely to respond to online ads with coupons? Yeah we’d have said women too, but it’s actually men, according to research by Finances Online.
New proposals from Labour and the Lib Dems to levy a 1% charge on all properties worth more than £2m would see London home owners paying 90% of the £1.2bn bill.
The Heartbleed bug, an exploit that allows hacking emails, file storages and banking, is taking over the internet.
Many of London’s commuters could be in line to get cash back if they walk or cycle to work rather than using public transport.
The UK has wasted £473m on Tamiflu, the anti-viral drug to combat swine flu.
Marks & Spencer has reported an improvement in clothing sales over the fourth quarter of 2013.
British Gas certainly knows how to rile up its customers. Britain’s largest energy supplier has been fined £5.6m in compensation and fines for preventing businesses from switching suppliers.
After just four months in the job, Lord Myners, the man brought in to help turn round the embattled Co-operative Group, has quit.
Sajid Javid, the current financial secretary to the Treasury, has replaced Maria Miller as Culture Secretary.
In September the ONS will revise how it calculates GDP figures. It will be the first shakeup of the important economic measure for 15 years.