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The ‘Golden Decade’ That Never Came To Be
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Brexit Update: Who is Winning the Battle for London’s Business?
John Ellis investigates how London’s financial sector has been impacted by Brexit.
The London Terror Attack: Perspective, Honesty & Hope
By Erika Brady Columnist, PhD Student at the Handa Center of Terrorism and Political Violence The attack in London on 22 March 2017 has, unsurprisingly, been dominant in the British media for the past week. At the outset, the viewer and reader was bombarded with flashy headlines and minute by minute analysis, even when there was no…
Is Foreign Investment in London to Blame for Property Prices?
By James Moynan Theory Section Editor, Economics Undergraduate Student Siddons Court is a largely unimpressive feat of architecture, a housing block constructed of a mixture of red and brown brick. Its design barely warrants a glance by the common Londoner, especially when compared to the nearby majestic royal opera house. You would assume Flat 1a,…