Transport in London – Air network

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London is an exchange node for air, rail, road and river network in the United Kingdom. The city has a dense and extensive network of public and private transport. Transport for London, managed mostly by Transport for London (TfL), is … Read More

Business in London

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London generates about 20 per cent of the UK’s GDP (or $446 billion in 2005), while the economy in the London metropolitan area – the biggest in Europe -generates about 30 per cent of the UK’s GDP. London is one … Read More

Universities in London

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University College London London is often a significant centre of larger education teaching and analysis and its 43 universities kind the biggest concentration of greater education in Europe. In 2008/09 it had a greater education student population of around 412,000 … Read More

London’s transport

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Transport is one of the four major regions of policy administered by the Mayor of London, nonetheless the mayor’s financial manage does not extend for the longer distance rail network that enters London. In 2007 he assumed responsibility for some … Read More

Hotels in London

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In UK, there are no official bodies to rate hotels. The accepted bodies for rating are the AA (RAC too, in the past) and the English Tourist Board. The ETB have recently changed their criteria to match that of the … Read More

London

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Coordinates: 51°30′26″N 0°7′39″W Region London Ceremonial counties City and Greater London Districts City and 32 boroughs Settled by Romans as Londinium, c. 43 AD Headquarters City Hall Government • Regional authority Greater London Authority • Regional assembly London Assembly • … Read More

Pitcairn Islands

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Bounty Bay and the town square of Adamstown, connected by the newly-paved Hill of Difficulty (by permission of Andrew Christian) Capital (and largest city) Adamstown Official language(s) English (local dialect is Pitkern) Ethnic groups British, Polynesian, Chilean or Mixed Demonym … Read More

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