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Carers are struggling to get support in London
Widower and former sergeant major in the British Army, Steven Stevenson, talks to City Matters about the struggles he...
28th August 2019
Pedestrians and cyclists ‘conflict’ at St Paul’s
There have been increased calls for London tour groups to dismount from their bikes around the St Paul's Cathedral...
21st August 2019
The St Barts Hospital denies ‘toxic air’ reports
City of London chiefs say ‘eye-watering’ NO2 readings present a ‘significant public health risk' although the St Barts Hospital...
24th July 2019
Corporation touting iconic landmarks to film location scouts
Killing Eve, James Bond and Bridget Jones have all used settings in the Square Mile, including the Barbican Estate,...
11th July 2019
16% of eateries displaying false food hygiene stickers in City
A recent survey found 16% of Square Mile eateries had displayed showing incorrect ratings that were higher than those...
30th May 2019
Peak House is set to become new City music venue
Despite countless music venues shutting down across central London, one new one named The Rocket is set to open...
27th May 2019
‘Life and vitality’ of Royal Exchange could be at stake
In a recent report, it has been said that the future of the City’s Royal Exchange shopping complex could...
2nd May 2019
More special constables needed to crack complex cases
A City of London Police commander has called on the Square Mile’s bankers and accountants to “volunteer and help...
24th April 2019
London authorities crack down on Tower Bridge hawkers
The City of London Corporation and Tower Hamlets Council have teamed up to stop hawkers trading hot nuts on...
19th April 2019
‘Glazed bulb’ Tulip Tower set to join City’s skyline
A new tower with classrooms offering spectacular views from 1,000ft above the City looks set to be built, promising...
2nd April 2019