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    AFTER nearly 140 years of service it comes as no surprise that the famous bells of St Paul’s are in need of a good old fashioned spring clean. And following the traditional New Year peal, the 12...

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    Campaigners called for the experimental Bank Junction safety scheme to become permanent as the London Assembly transport committee demanded Sadiq Khan tighten definitions of targets in his transport strategy. The committee said that while the number of daily cycling trips in London...

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    THE morning commute can be choppy at the best of times given the City’s ever-swelling population. And when Crossrail opens up at full capacity at the end of next year, the daily influx of workers will no doubt cause those rare...

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    IT wasn’t a Christmas without incident in the City, but it was certainly a silent night on more than one occasion thanks to a winter initiative from the local force. A mobile command station, coupled with police and

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    Charles Bowman concluded a three-day trip to see the neighbours on Wednesday, checking in with Scottish leader Nicola Sturgeon to talk about strengthening financial ties across the border. A second Scottish independence referendum has long been talked about, even after 55%...

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    London's financial services sector has suffered the largest drop in job vacancies in three years, a survey published by recruitment firm Morgan McKinley has shown. The report found that the number of available jobs fell 52% in December. This marks a much sharper decline...

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    The City Corporation has unveiled a first look at ambitious plans to cut plastic consumption across the Square Mile in 2018. More drinking water fountains and a scheme to have City bars pledge to reduce their single-use plastic items like straws and bottles...

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    Top brass at Barts NHS Trust called for calm this month as government recommendations were rolled out across its hospitals. Strains on services, compounded by budget restrictions and over-use during the colder winter months, have led to hospitals across the country...

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    The rest of the country might be succumbing to the ‘killer’ Australian flu this winter but it seems the Square Mile remains one of the few areas of the UK to have escaped the particularly nasty strain of virus so far. Online public...

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    Friends have paid tribute to the young university student stabbed to death near Old Street on New Year's Day, describing him as an aspiring pilot who was "full of life". Steve Frank Narvaez-Jara, 20, from south London, suffered fatal stab wounds at a flat in Bartholomew Court...