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To view the Social Media Release, click here: http://smr.newswire.ca/en/bixi/bixi-rolls-into-london MONTREAL, July 30 /PRNewswire/ - Today, Boris Johnson, the mayor of London, launched the latest addition to the BIXI franchise.
LONDON, April 27 /PRNewswire/ -- Mayor Boris Johnson will outline his commitment to boosting the economic potential of London's outer boroughs in a keynote address at Property Week's Outer London Summit on 11th June 2009.
LONDON, Feb. 17 /PRNewswire/ -- The programme for the forthcoming Events 2012 & Beyond conference has been announced, and includes sessions on Managing Expectations, Sponsors, Media, Corporate Hospitality and Supply Chain.
London Mayor Boris Johnson admitted Thursday he has been fined for failing to pay the congestion charge when he drove into the center of the city. Johnson was on a radio call-in show when a woman accused him of forgetting his pledge to extend the period to pay the 8 pound ($12) congestion fee, The Guardian reported. Drivers must pay the fee on the day they incur it or face a 120-pound ($180) fine, which is cut in half if paid within two weeks. I absolutely did say that! said Johnson.
Ian Blair, head of the Metropolitan Police, resigned Thursday under pressure from London Mayor Boris Johnson, Blair said. Blair's announcement came a day after Johnson assumed the chairmanship of the Metropolitan Police Authority, The Telegraph reported.
Branson soothed Intriguing to see Sir Richard Branson - so often mocked by the 'Daily Mail' - given a two-page spread to plug his book.
By Anonymous Mayor of London Boris Johnson has announced that he and his senior advisers will volunteer to help "clean and green" the capital.
Home News IN BRIEF *The London Mayor, Boris Johnson, is considering plans to build an airport in the Thames estuary as an alternative to further expansion of Heathrow.
By Mark Leftly A month into his high profile new job, a 57-year-old Yorkshireman is preparing to take on an old Etonian of 44 who is new to his own role. Ed Anderson is the chairman of the Airport Operators Association.
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