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Using the street view on Google Maps, her own photos and extensive knowledge about London, one tour guide walks people virtually through the city.
With people encouraged to stay home in London, business owners are finding enterprising ways of making money and boosting spirits.
One industry group says Britain's hospitality businesses have taken in 60% less money than usual and customer visits have plunged 40%.
While it faces competition from tech hubs like Berlin, London is unlikely to lose its tech crown, said one tech venture capitalist.
Holiday sales will help From Field and Flower, but Brexit could bring tariffs of up to 40%.
C. Lidgate has been catering to American ex-pats in London for their Thanksgiving needs for three decades.
The delayed arrival of Europe’s biggest infrastructure project — an east-west rail line across London — has hit small businesses located along the route.
The 692nd global ambassador for the City of London takes office during a silent ceremony today.
Black cab drivers in the British capital say their knowledge of the city gives them a big competitive edge over ride-share rivals.
"Brexercise" is a hit.