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Rosewood London is one of the finest five-star hotels in London. Blending English heritage with contemporary sophistication, the Edwardian Grade II-listed building has been sensitively renovated to create a luxury hotel with the ambiance of a stylish London residence. On arrival, an arch in the hotel's grand façade draws one into a tranquil courtyard. The hum of the city slips away, replaced by an atmosphere of quiet sophistication and unsurpassed hospitality.

London or Brum?

BBC News

Last year more people leaving London moved to Birmingham than any other UK city. More than 6,000 people moved from the capital to Birmingham in 2015 with reasons such as the cost of housing being behind the trip up the M40. Four people who have made the same move over the years tell us why they did it. Caroline works in advertising and lived in London for four years before moving to Birmingham. "I am from Warwickshire originally, so knew the old Birmingham before all the developments, but in recent years it feels like a totally different city.

UK PM May's Conservatives Keep Control of Key London Borough

U.S. News

LONDON (Reuters) - British Prime Minister Theresa May's Conservatives held control of the symbolic London borough of Wandsworth in local government elections, results announced on Friday showed, defying some predictions it could fall to the opposition Labour Party.

London Marathon: First paralysed man to walk London route

BBC News

Simon Kindleysides, from Blofield, is paralysed from the waist down but completed the 26-mile route in 36 hours using a battery-powered exoskeleton suit.

How will data and AI change London?


With growing pressure to cut carbon emissions and reduce the number of vehicles on the road, some small cameras could help provide the answer to London's emission woes. You could easily miss it. It's a small triangular grey box high up on a lamp-post but it could hold the key to big changes on London's streets. These are scanners counting who is using the road and how. The computer is learning all the time, so much so that it has a 98% accuracy rate in identifying vehicles and people.