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Wired Certification Awarded to Ten London Buildings, Kicking Off Partnership With Mayor of London
WiredScore announced today the launch of the Connectivity Ratings Scheme, an initiative developed in partnership with the Mayor of London, Boris Johnson MP, that is designed to boost connectivity across London using the trusted Wired Certification programme

British Celebrities Tell VisitLondon.com to 'Love London Like a Local' as the UK Capital Breaks a Record for Tourist Visits
As London celebrates record numbers of international tourists coming to the capital, the Mayor of London Boris Johnson, actress Joanna Lumley, model and actress Twiggy, Michelin-star Chef Gordon Ramsay and two of the world's most famous ballet dancers talk about what makes their city the greatest place on earth to visit.

Best-Selling Author Benjamin R. Barber Pens a Skilled and Impassioned Argument for Why Mayors and Their Brand of Leadership Offer the Best Solutions to Entrenched Global Problems
NEW HAVEN, CT--(Marketwired - November 06, 2013) -  In the face of the most perilous challenges of our time -- climate change, terrorism, poverty, and trafficking of drugs, guns, and people -- the nations of the world seem paralyzed. The problems are too global, complex, and divisive for national governments to deal with successfully

Box Establishes International Headquarters in the United Kingdom
Box today officially opened its new central London office with a private reception for employees, partners and customers hosted by the Duke of York. At the event, Box announced the formation of its non-US headquarters in the UK, a customer engagement with the London Borough of Hounslow, and a partnership with Methods, a UK technology advisory firm for the public sector

Imtech: partner in Greater London Authority's RE:FIT framework, 47 million euro technology orders in London
Gouda - Royal Imtech N.V. (IM-AE, technical services provider in and outside Europe) announces that it is selected as one of the technology partners on the Greater London Authority's (GLA) multi-million RE:FIT framework

Virtual Instruments Opens R&D Center in London's Tech City
Virtual Instruments, the leader in Infrastructure Performance Management (IPM) for physical, virtual and cloud computing environments, today announced it is opening a research and development center in London's Tech City

A Post-Olympics Study by Research Now: the Games' True Legacy
Following the London 2012 Olympics, the media have attempted to identify the "real" legacy left by the Games. Is it urban gentrification, improvements in public transport, or even support for London Mayor Boris Johnson that is the most powerful legacy?

Santeon CEO to Speak at London's Technology Innovation Summit
Santeon Group, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: SANT) today announced that Dr. Ash Rofail, Santeon Chairman and CEO, is a featured keynote speaker at London's Technology Innovation Summit (www.innotechsummit.com) sponsored by Boris Johnson, Mayor of London

Amazon to open tech hub in London
Amazon.com will set up a eight-store hub in Silicon Roundabout area of London

Internet biggest breeding ground for terrorism, warn Brit MPs
The internet is a "fertile breeding ground for terrorism" and plays a part in most, if not all, cases of violent radicalisation, British lawmakers have said.

Prince Charles splashes 35K pounds on daughter-in-law Kate's dresses
Duchess of Cambridge's penchant for designer outfits may have cost father-in-law Prince Charles 35,000 pounds already this year.

London great to net babes, says Mayor Boris Johnson
London Mayor Boris Johnson has claimed that people flock to the capital because it boasts of more pretty girls.

London Mayor to review police anti-racism measures
London mayor Boris Johnson will launch a review of measures introduced to eradicate racism within the city's police force.

Brit sculptor Anish Kapoor slams critics over Olympic sculpture
Indian-born British sculptor Anish Kapoor has dismissed criticism of his Olympic sculpture, the ArcelorMittal Orbit, claiming that nobody liked the Eiffel Tower either when it was first built.

Local elections rout adds pressure on British PM Cameron's coalition
British Prime Minister David Cameron has come under pressure following his party's heavy defeat in the UK Local Elections 2012.

Oxford student fined 120 pounds over 'great rack' remarks
An Oxford University student who boasted about her body in an election flyer has been fined 120 pounds for bringing the Union into "disrepute".

Poor education helped cause 2011 London riots, says Mayor Johnson
London Mayor Boris Johnson has said he desires to take on strategic oversight of schools if re-elected to the post and claimed only a systemic policy against educational under- achievement can tackle the social exclusion that he believes caused the London riots in 2011.

Release of 'Osama's right-hand man in Europe' sparks outrage in UK
A ruling by a UK court to release Abu Qatada, a radical Muslim cleric described as 'Osama bin Laden's right-hand man in Europe" on bail, has been greeted with fury in Britain.

Host Borough School Children Get Set to Perform in London 2012 Ceremonies

Becks listed among 'five gentlemen of today'
British magazine Country Life has named footie star David Beckham as one of its "five gentlemen of today" because of his manners.

London 2012 volunteers to wear shocking pink and purple uniforms
The uniforms for the London Olympics volunteers has been unveiled by the Mayor of London Boris Johnson.

London 2012 Commissioner quits over Dow's Olympic sponsorship
A London 2012 Commissioner revealed Wednesday that she has quit in protest over Dow Chemical being allowed to sponsor the Olympic stadium wrap.

Why today's perfect gentlemen are nothing like the old
As the years pass by, the characteristics that define the "perfect" gentlemen are rapidly changing.

London tops tourist destination list
The city of London, which is home of this year's Summer Olympic Games and the Diamond Jubilee celebrations for Queen Elizabeth, has been named world's No.1 destination for 2012.

London double-decker bus to be in next James Bond flick
James Bond's flash new motor for his latest film is a London double-decker bus.

London Mayor Boris Johnson voted UK's most influential man
The Mayor of London Boris Johnson has triumphed over Prime Minister David Cameron to be named the most influential man in the United Kindom.

Brits love nicknaming their cars 'Prince William' and 'Lady Gaga'
Britons give their cars nicknames after celebrities ranging from Prince William to Lady Gaga along with Rooney, Beckham and Angelina among others.

NoTW hired ex-UK policeman to spy on hundreds of celebrities, politicians
The defunct British tabloid News of The World hired an ex-policeman to carry out surveillance on more than 100 targets.

European Future Energy Forum 2011 Opens Today in Geneva
The third edition of the European Future Energy Forum (EFEF), an annual conference and exhibition that gathers international businesses, industry stakeholders, organizations and government leaders to discuss key issues surrounding renewable energy, opened today at Palexpo in Geneva.

Brit Govt joins forces to safeguard BC and AD from BBC dumping
The British Government is challenging the BBC over recent proposals to scrap Christian historic referencing for fear of offending non-Christians.

Dame Helen Mirren says UK riots showed a 'streak of savagery' in country
Hollywood actress Dame Helen Mirren has said that there was a 'streak of savagery' in Britain during the last month's riots across the nation.

Former colleague accuses London Mayor of being a serial seducer with 'no moral compass'
Writer Sonia Purnell has accused London Mayor Boris Johnson of being a 'philanderer' in a new book, which claims that he fathered a love child.ierre Rolin, whose ex-girlfriend Helen MacIntryre is alleged to have given birth to the London Mayor's daughter, accused him of lacking a 'moral compass', the Daily Mail reports.

Cameron, other elected officials 'banned' from running with 2012 Olympic torch
British Prime Minister David Cameron and other elected officials have been banned from running with the London 2012 Olympic torch relay when it embarks on a 70-day journey across the nation from May 18.

London ready to host 2012 Olympic Games: Mayor
London Mayor Boris Johnson has told International Olympic Committee inspectors that the city is ready to stage the 2012 Games.

Nicole Scherzinger's racy performance at opening of Westfield Stratford
Pussycat Dolls member Nicole Scherzinger is said to have given a racy performance at the opening of Europe's largest megastore, Westfield Stratford.

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