Controversial plans to build a cruise liner terminal on the Thames at Greenwich face the prospect of a legal challenge in the High Court.
A new 10-year project aims to regenerate 86 acres of brownfield land across east London for industrial space and homes, creating up to 7,000 jobs.
Libyan assets in the UK, frozen as part of measures against Col Muammar Gaddafi’s regime, amount to just under £9.5billion, the Treasury has confirmed.
The year is 2008. The banking system has laid waste to the world economy. The resolute banks are the only signs of life in a barren landscape. Customers are cynical and disenchanted with traditional financial models. The field is clear for a “Cambrian explosion” of innovation.
Four of the main candidates for the mayoralty give their views on one of the most divisive and important issues in east London, river crossings
Mayor John Biggs on the Commissioners, the culture of the council, Isle of Dogs planning, balancing the books and economic regeneration