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The Russian Bank voting in the City this week

The Russian Bank voting in the City this week

It’s ten years ago today that I stood for election in the City of London. I stood in Walbrook ward...

No Questions Asked: The City goes to the Polls

No Questions Asked: The City goes to the Polls

  The Square Mile is getting ready to elect 100 councillors on Thursday 24 March.  This is the topsy turvy...

Carnival at the Caledonian Club with Sion College

Carnival at the Caledonian Club with Sion College

There is a network for clergy in London that encourages conviviality and “godly learning” and it is called Sion College....

A reckoning in the City of London

A reckoning in the City of London

  I’ve noticed something about couples going through a tough patch. When the unexamined areas of pain open up and...

The City throws its weight behind TTIP

The City throws its weight behind TTIP

In March 2016 the City of London Corporation voted to support remaining in the EU. In May the Chairman of...

Living Wage Week Therapy

Living Wage Week Therapy

The new London Living Wage has gone up from £9.15 to £9.40 an hour This week is the global week...

City votes to encourage anti-capitalist protest

Well, my attention was drawn to Ben Quinn’s article in the Guardian, following a Freedom of Information request. He had obtained...

Norton Folgate is Granted Reprieve

“The area has a special quality,” says Dan Cruickshank to the journalist from the Boston Globe, “. . . it...

the 4c’s of development

The 4Cs hotel group are building a 380-room hotel next to the 200 flats in the Guinness Trust social housing...

Aldgate memories of 7/7 – ten years on

On 7 July 2005 at 8:49 three bombs were detonated on London Underground within 50 seconds of one another. The...

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