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Friday 18th April 2014
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London Facing Fresh Tube Strikes over Ticket Office Closures
London Underground workers are planning five days of new strikes in a row over ticket office closures. The Rail, Maritime and Transport Workers (RMT) said its members had voted to take the fresh industrial action after the trade union held a 48 hour strike in February with The Transport Salaried Staffs Association (TSSA). The unions are protesting the proposed closure of 260 London Underground ...
Starbucks to move European base to London, pay more UK tax
LONDON (Reuters) - Starbucks Corp will move its European headquarters to London from the Netherlands this year and pay more tax in the UK as a result, the company said on Wednesday.
London shares end higher as investors eye Ukraine talks
London (AFP) - London shares closed higher on Thursday ahead of the Easter weekend, shaking off early losses as investors kept a wary eye on diplomatic talks over the Ukraine crisis, analysts said.
London Underground workers to strike for 5 days in April and May
JC Finley LONDON, April 17 (UPI) -- London Underground workers are planning to strike for five days to demonstrate against the closure of 260 ticket offices and the elimination of 960 jobs.
UAE woman 'brain-damaged' after London hotel attack
London (United Kingdom) (AFP) - An Emirati woman attacked in her London hotel in a suspected burglary last weekend lost an eye and has been left with only five percent of her brain function, police said Saturday. The woman and her two sisters, all from the United Arab Emirates, were brutally attacked with a hammer in their room at the four-star Cumberland Hotel in the early hours of Sunday ...
RMT union to strike in London over tube ticket office closures
London Underground workers are to stage five days of strike action in dispute over tube ticket offices Commuters in London face a further period of heightened transport misery after tube workers announced five days of strikes. Members of the RMT union will strike for 48 hours from the evening of Monday 28 April and again for 72 hours from the following Monday, 5 May. The strike announcement ...
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Trott stressed again, stepping away from cricket
LONDON (AP) — England batsman Jonathan Trott is taking a lengthy break from cricket for the second time in five months because of a stress-related illness.
Pennsylvania Pre-K Counts coming to Southmoreland
Pennsylvania Pre-K Counts is coming to the Southmoreland School District for the 2014-15 school year. School directors voted Apriol 10 to approve the kindergarten transitional ...
Former Vt. pro snowboarder raises awareness about brain disorder
Snowboarder Kevin Pearce is in the spotlight these days raising awareness about a condition that impacts more than half of those with a traumatic brain injury like his.
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There hasn’t been an Oregon State gymnastics meet in the past three years when Chelsea Tang failed to capture the attention of the crowd.
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