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Carrying The Torch For London's Last Gas Lamps

Carrying The Torch For London's Last Gas Lamps
In the United Kingdom, British Gas employs 30,000 workers. Five of them could be said to carry a torch that has been burning for two centuries. They are the lamplighters, tending to gas lamps that still line the streets in some of London's oldest …
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38 dazzling things to do in London this week
You've made it half way through January and we salute you! We've compiled the list below to help you get a little further through it while having loads of fun. You can dine at one of London's best new restaurants, surround yourself with hundreds of …
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London's a Lost City in Babylon

London's a Lost City in Babylon
The London of Babylon, the six-part series debuting on the Sundance Channel tonight, isn't the cozy, pastel-colored, inclusive, charmingly batty London of Hugh Grant movies and Masterpiece Contemporary. There are no strolls across the Millennium Bridge …
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Network Rail says sorry for fourth consecutive night of chaos at London Bridge
Network Rail has apologised to rail commuters who faced a fourth consecutive night of chaos at London Bridge station. The rail authority said engineers were working to resolve problems at the busy station "as fast as possible" as train passengers faced …
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American Designers Public School Win First International Woolmark Prize in
Five of the world's leading young menswear designers competed for the inaugural International Woolmark prize menswear award yesterday in London, England where the London Collections: Mens shows have just kicked off. The Woolmark Company is the …
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