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Adela Suliman

Britain 'failing' its itinerant traveler communities: lawmakers

11 Sep 2018

LONDON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Britain is "failing" its itinerant traveler communities by not providing them with safe places to live, lawmakers and charities said on Tuesday.

Britain 'failing' its itinerant traveller communities - lawmakers

11 Sep 2018

LONDON, Sept 11 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Britain is "failing" its itinerant traveller communities by not providing them with safe places to live, lawmakers and charities said on Tuesday.

Elite London schools draw foreign home buyers to capital

06 Sep 2018

LONDON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Wealthy foreigners are spending billions of pounds on homes near London's top private schools, even as demand for prime property in the British capital falters, new research has found.

Elite London schools draw foreign home buyers to capital

06 Sep 2018

LONDON, Sept 6 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Wealthy foreigners are spending billions of pounds on homes near London's top private schools, even as demand for prime property in the British capital falters, new research has found.

Building hope: art triumphs over war at London Design Biennale

05 Sep 2018

LONDON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Maps of destroyed Yazidi shrines and flat-pack emergency shelters were among exhibits focusing on the destructive legacy of war at the London Design Biennale which opened on Tuesday.

Building hope: art triumphs over war at London Design Biennale

04 Sep 2018

LONDON, Sept 4 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Maps of destroyed Yazidi shrines and flat-pack emergency shelters were among exhibits focusing on the destructive legacy of war at the London Design Biennale which opened on Tuesday.

Not our Notting Hill, carnival goers lament UK gentrification

24 Aug 2018

LONDON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - With sequins, spice and Soca, London will celebrate its Afro-Caribbean heritage at this weekend's Notting Hill carnival but locals worry that Europe's largest street festival has lost it soul to gentrification.

Not our Notting Hill, carnival goers lament UK gentrification

24 Aug 2018

LONDON, Aug 24 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - With sequins, spice and Soca, London will celebrate its Afro-Caribbean heritage at this weekend's Notting Hill carnival but locals worry that Europe's largest street festival has lost it soul to gentrification.

Saplings vie with skyscrapers to transform London horizon

16 Aug 2018

LONDON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Home to 8 million trees and hundreds of high-rise towers, London is adding 40,000 trees to its skyline in a bid to turn the sprawling British metropolis into a "national park city".

Saplings vie with skyscrapers to transform London horizon

16 Aug 2018

LONDON, Aug 16 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Home to 8 million trees and hundreds of high-rise towers, London is adding 40,000 trees to its skyline in a bid to turn the sprawling British metropolis into a "national park city".

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