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For a British honey shop, Brexit uncertainty still looms

by Kai Ryssdal and Bennett Purser Dec 4, 2019
Holiday sales will help From Field and Flower, but Brexit could bring tariffs of up to 40%.
Samantha Wallace sources most of her honey from small producers in Europe. Above, worker bees process honey while others seal the honeycomb full of honey with white wax.
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America’s Thanksgiving feast finds fans across the pond

by Victoria Craig Nov 28, 2019
C. Lidgate has been catering to American ex-pats in London for their Thanksgiving needs for three decades.
BBC / Stephen Ryan

U.K.’s Crossrail delay threatens small businesses along the line

by Stephen Beard Nov 25, 2019
The delayed arrival of Europe’s biggest infrastructure project — an east-west rail line across London — has hit small businesses located along the route.
A worker looks along a train tunnel at the Canary Wharf Crossrail station in London in 2017.
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What does London's Lord Mayor actually do?

by Victoria Craig Nov 8, 2019
The 692nd global ambassador for the City of London takes office during a silent ceremony today.
London's 692nd Lord Mayor rehearses in his ceremonial carriage.
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London taxi drivers hail “The Knowledge”

by Stephen Beard May 14, 2019
Black cab drivers in the British capital say their knowledge of the city gives them a big competitive edge over ride-share rivals.
Black cab drivers block Whitehall as they take part in a protest against Uber on Feb. 10, 2016, in London.
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The gym using Brexit as a motivational tool

by Stephen Beard Apr 5, 2019
"Brexercise" is a hit.
Brexit is the leading source of frustration in the U.K., says Gymbox's Rory McEntee. "We wanted to provide an outlet for all the pent-up emotion."
Courtesy of Gymbox
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Four things you should know about Brexit

by Marketplace Staff Mar 25, 2019
We know you’re probably wondering why it matters. And if it matters to you.
EU and Union Jack flags are waved as anti-Brexit demonstrators gather outside the Houses of Parliament on June 11, 2018, in London.
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Drones cause holiday travel nightmare

by Ben Bradford Dec 21, 2018
Flights at the U.K.'s second busiest airport were grounded because of multiple drones deliberately flown into its airspace.

Monopolies can lead to terrible economic behaviors: A story of cabs and Uber

by Bridget Bodnar Jun 29, 2018
A Twitter thread about the rise of Uber and Lyft in New York City.
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As Brexit looms, Dublin vies for financial crown

by Stephen Beard Jun 27, 2018
The Irish capital is hoping to draw in firms fleeing post-Brexit London.
The Irish tricolour flies over the General Post Office in Dublin.
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