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Ken Livingstone lambasted for blaming Tony Blair for 7/7 bombings & saying terrorists "gave their lives" for cause Video
Former London Mayor Ken Livingstone is being lambasted for claiming that Tony Blair is responsible for the 7/7 bombings.
Christmas has arrived in Covent Garden in the form of a giant red, green and yellow Lego train.
Why do sports administrators still try to preserve the fiction that sport has nothing to do with money? Asks Bose in his latest column…
The extent of Tesco’s profit black hole has risen to £326m
From boosting entrepreneurship to cutting business rates
How did Osborne tackle the big issues facing businesses?
Here are some of the measures we didn’t see coming
Going by personal ratings, George Osborne is the most unpopular of all Conservatives.
Sick of hearing about the Garden Bridge? Here’s a new London bridge you could obsess over.
…and what is different about this year?
Osborne doubles house building budget and pledges 400,000 new homes
Take a look at opportunities the Forex market offers for generating profit
We meet a woman who built her business from literally nothing
Boosting enterprise in Britain
Russian billionaire Roman Abramovich’s Chelsea Football Club made a £23.1m loss over the financial year ending 30 June, 2015.
London-based food delivery app Deliveroo has just raised $100m in a series D funding.
Global mergers & acquisitions just hit a record $3.8 TRILLION - check out the biggest deals of the year
Over $4.2 trillion worth of mergers and acquisitions (M&A) deals were made this year, beating the $4.1 trillion record set in 2007.
From Giraffe to Euphorium Bakery
Home retail Group, the owner of Argos and Homebase, might be up for sale with a £1bn pricetag.
Are you listening George?
Top London entrepreneurs tackle Britain’s talent issues
Window cleaners for the Gherkin earn £50k a year! Check out the most unusual jobs and their salaries
Want to be a pet food taster? A professional queuer? A cool hunter?
London is set to get an £8.4bn mini-village on the Greenwich peninsula as part of what has been branded “Britain’s largest regeneration project run by a single developer”.
Does Britain have the talent, infrastructure and support to create the next tech titan?
We ask top entrepreneurs and finance bods for their tips
We chatted to an entrepreneur whose business was a massive success… well, at least the last one was
Controversial London skyscraper the Pinnacle finally set to be built - Here's what went wrong with it
The Helter Skelter or the Pinnacle, one of London’s most tainted skyscrapers, is finally going to be built.
Further setback for those hopeful of interest rate rise
A $12bn deal, 1 million rooms & 5,500 hotels - What you need to know about the world’s largest hotel company
Transaction is expected to close mid 2016