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Thursday 18th December 2014
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London Home-Price Drop Deepens as Rules Limit Buyers
Sue Munden bought her five-bedroom house in the southwest London district of Streatham in November after negotiating the price down to 610,000 pounds, about 100,000 pounds less than a similar home on the ...
London overtaking Oxbridge domination
A major analysis of research quality, which will decide £2bn annual funding, suggests that London universities could soon "eclipse" Oxford and Cambridge.
London Uni Beats Cambridge In REF Research Rankings
London universities are threatening to break Oxbridge's domination of the research industry, as new rankings reveal University College London has overtaken Cambridge. The 2014 Research Excellence Framework (REF) study ranks Oxford first with UCL taking second place ahead of Cambridge. REF compared research from more than 52,000 academics in 154 universities ranking them from four star for world ...
Urban Miners Drill Under London to Keep Your Tesla Going
London 's cluttered network of subways, sewers and secret passages is getting two more tunnels to meet electricity use growing faster than in Paris and New York. Demand for power in the British capital ...
Police took 'Syria-bound girl' off plane on London runway
London (AFP) - London police stopped a plane on the runway at Heathrow Airport to remove a 15-year-old girl intent on joining Islamist fighters in Syria, a report said Wednesday.
London banker banned for dodging rail fares
A London banker has been banned from working in the financial services industry after he was caught dodging rail fares. The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) said in a statement Monday that Jonathan Burrows ...
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Cricket-Ireland would boost test cricket, says Gillespie
(removes erroneous word from headline) LONDON, Dec 15 (Reuters) - Ireland should be given full test-playing status to help put some excitement back into cricket's traditional format, according to former Australia bowler Jason Gillespie. With test match crowds dwindling, Gillespie believes the time is right for the International Cricket Council (ICC) to get Ireland and their fan club, the ...
Ireland would boost test cricket, says Gillespie
LONDON (Reuters) - Ireland should be given full test-playing status to help put some excitement back into cricket's traditional format, according to former Australia bowler Jason Gillespie. With test match crowds dwindling, Gillespie believes the time is right for the International Cricket Council (ICC) to get Ireland and their fan club, the 'Blarney Army' on board. "Let's face it, outside of ...
Cricket-Lord's recommended to stage 2019 World Cup final
LONDON, Dec 17 (Reuters) - Lord's should host the 2019 World Cup final, the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) recommended to the International Cricket Council (ICC) on Wednesday. Lord's, which staged the World Cup final in 1975, 1979, 1983 and 1999, has also been put forward to host the women's World Cup final in 2017. The ECB also suggested to the ICC that the opening game of the 2019 ...
Why you should be watching the Texas high school football championships
If you are a sports fan, and especially a football fan, then it’s time for you to make the Texas high school football state championships part of your appointment viewing each year.
REFILE-Cricket-Ireland would boost test cricket, says Gillespie
LONDON, Dec 15 (Reuters) - Ireland should be given full test-playing status to help put some excitement back into cricket's traditional format, according to former Australia bowler Jason Gillespie.
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