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10 million people have watched this incredibly powerful video showing what war in London would be likeVideo
Charity Save the Children has released this shocking video which shows what a year in a child’s life would be like if London became a battleground.
Don’t buy this - no, really, don’t buy it. You’ve bought it, haven’t you?
We had a fantastic night on June 25, and hope you all did too - click the images to scroll through
Hear from music goliath Roland, food manufacturers Tulip, Chetham’s School of Music and others about how Shortel’s helping organisations to be more productive
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Vashi Dominguez gives Simona Sikimic a masterclass on how to pick a rock solid diamond this Christmas
Dragons’ Den star Theo Paphitis served customers in the newly-opened Ryman store in Paddington. But is he a good cashier? Watch the video to find out…
UK house prices have just dropped for the fourth month in a row. There’s no question the property market has been struggling to stay above water for the past five years. But the big question is: what is the longer-term forecast: gloom or growth? Or is a sluggish recovery the best we can hope for? Does property still stack up as an investment in this climate?
‘Tis the season for the tash! Anise cocktail bar give us a private lesson on how to make their Almond & Pistachio Moustache Tickler. Mmm….
Three gambling floors, five bars, a restaurant, four private dining rooms, a 200-seat cabaret theatre and a two-floor outdoor smoking terrace. Welcome to UK’s new breed of casinos…
Tax avoidance campaigners storm Dave Hartnett’s swansong event
Christmas comes early at Volupte’s Bon Bon Bar! Learn to make a festive cocktail!
As the Shard is inaugurated with a dazzling laser show on Thursday, we ask Londoners and tourists what they really think of it
When London won the Olympic bid in 2005, 250 businesses had to move to make way for the Olympic Park, 75 didn’t survive and 100 are still waiting for compensation. Here’s one man’s story of how he was forced to move his premises but how he turned his fortune around
Sir Richard has joined forces with Israeli food and beverage company Strauss Group to launch a new water purifier Virgin Pure. Fancy pouring a glass?
In the second part of this revelatory documentary Christine Lagarde is among those delving into Greece’s economic downfall
Because they’re trying to break the Guinness World Record for synchronised taekwondo of course! Raising £50,000 for Barnardo’s along the way. And Cheryl Baker of Bucks Fizz and Record Breakers is there to support
Why was this Dragons’ Den star serving customers at a Ryman store, and what was LBC presenter James Max doing there? Watch our video to find out…Video:
Ferrari, McLaren, Rolls Royce - all were represented as the annual Dodgeball Rally prepared to take off from the May Fair Hotel. We spoke to the founder to learn a little more about this exclusive supercar road trip
Greencup not only provides businesses with the perfect brew, it takes the used coffee and turns it into fertiliser and furniture, we took a tour of its London lab to find out more
It’s access through appointment only - but LondonlovesBusiness.com secured a sneak peek inside this opulent playground for the superrich
The world’s first pop-up mall opens to the public today, take a look around
Woman on the ground Shruti Tripathi has the latest on today’s strikes in London
The previously vacant UBS-owned office block in Shoreditch is a new hive of activity as the Occupy LSX activists turn it into a Bank Of Ideas. We went down to take a look around.
Join us on a snoop around London’s most creative private members’ club
As warnings of eviction filtered through the Occupy London Stock Exchange base camp today, we asked protesters whether removing their tents will mean the end of protests?
iFans camped outside Apple’s Regent Street store for more than a week to get their hands on the iPhone 5! We spoke to the first few proud owners…
Our new series gives a private lesson in how to make your favourite cocktails…this week Blason Berry Fizz at Harvey Nichols 5th Floor Bar
Should London bus workers get a £500 bonus for working during the Olympics? Will the 24 July strike be called off? Here’s what Londoners have to sayVideo:
Each week we’ll be sneaking into one of London’s best cocktail bars to get a private lesson in making their favourite cocktail…
In the final part of our excerpts from this hard-hitting documentary examining the financial crisis, the City is put under the spotlight
The first part of an explosive PBS documentary looking at the role Goldman Sachs may have played in the great Greek debt tragedy. Five minutes you won’t regret watching.
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What did La Senza and Contessa teach Theo Paphitis, and how is his lingerie label Boux Avenue doing?
Having dressed Gaga and Rihanna, this stylish duo explain how to tackle London Fashion Week and markets beyond Britain
Last week we reported on the UKTI Explore Asia conference, where Tamara Mellon and Theo Paphitis gave inspiring speeches. Now you can watch and learn for yourselves how these global entrepreneurs conquered the emerging markets.
Meryl Streep was here to film for Margaret Thatcher biopic The Iron Lady, so was Robert Lindsay so film for his ITV show- we got an exclusive tour to Wimbledon Studios to find out why many TV shows go lights, camera, action here.
Slogans, banners and feisty protestors banging the drum for pension cuts, take a look at “the biggest strike in a generation”
Brompton Bikes are the arm candy London cyclists go gaga over. We took a trip to the bike factory in Brentford to find out why and how they’re made in London.
It used to be home to media mogul Lew Grade, now the luxurious mansion holds the office of European Credit Management - fancy a look inside?
A 45-minute train journey from Waterloo, Sunbury Antiques Market is a collector’s treasure trove of gramophones, art deco, sheep skin furniture and much more.