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Saturday 20th December 2014
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London’s Housing Market Loses Ground to Other U.K. Cities
London home prices are losing ground to other U.K. cities as restrictions on mortgage lending deterred buyers in the country’s best-performing market this year.
London House Prices Will Stagnate in 2015, RICS Forecasts
London house prices will stagnate next year as potential global shocks keep the shackles on a market that’s been cooling in recent months.
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 ...
London shares rise as struggling stocks bounce
London (AFP) - London shares ended the week on a high on Friday, rallying for a fourth straight day on the back of US Federal Reserve comments signalling a near-term rate rise is unlikely.
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.
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Football Players Quiz - Brazil
Football Players Quiz 2014 is now out on the Google Play Store!! One of the best Quiz games of 2014 is finally here!Nows the time to...
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 ...
Cricket-Cook out, Morgan in as England ODI captain - reports
(Adds reaction) By Tony Jimenez LONDON, Dec 19 (Reuters) - Alastair Cook has been dropped as England captain for next year's 50-over World Cup in Australia and New Zealand, the BBC and Sky Sports reported on Friday. Opener Cook, who has been woefully out of form with the bat, will be replaced as skipper by swashbuckling middle-order batsman Eoin Morgan. Cook was at the helm when England lost 5-2 ...
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-Cook dismissal better late than never for England
By Michael Hann LONDON, Dec 20 (Reuters) - With the World Cup two months away the England and Wales Cricket Board's decision to sack Alastair Cook as one-day captain was very much a case of better late than never. Cook's dismissal had become inevitable despite ECB managing director Paul Downton saying this week that he would be "very surprised" if the Essex batsman was replaced as captain before ...
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