April 18 2014 Latest news:
Customers’ fingerprints are being taken and stored by pubs and clubs to verify ages and identities and keep track of potential troublemakers.
Hackney Council’s subsidy of a trendy “middle class” pop-up café allowed to operate rent and rate free in a prime business spot has caused widespread anger among traders who struggle to make ends meet.
Women who have children are worth less to firms in the City of London than men, according to Ukip leader Nigel Farage.
A new study shows a philanthropic side to Canary Wharf has helped improve the lives of east Londoners in the last 20 years.