After Brexit UK Automotive future?
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The UK has help a great deal of people prosper financially.
I have read of our 'famous' wealthy residents in the UK declare that they will not be leaving their great accumulation of wealth to their own children or any other member of their family.
Theresa May is only agreeing to Brexit because people voted for it. If the VAT of items goes to high would not be able to afford to eat and everyone would die of starvation.
Libraries over London are closing.
Many were given to councils in trust by the Tates, Carnegies and other wealthy men who wanted to give something back in the form of education. For the people.
Sadiq Khan could create a Library fund. Libraries
High streets are not just about shopping, they are ‘social streets’ and leisure destinations with coffee shops, cafes, restaurants, pubs and more.
An elderly chap in the post office could not understand why he could not renew his Freedom Pass. Like everything else he had been told to apply on the internet. He left looking completely bewildered.
As you probably know, London hosts the Worlds Oldest Underground System.
Leaving the EU will not help the economy. Theresa May is wrong to let us leave the EU in 2019.
As a Londoner born and bred, I am very proud of our city. However, over Christmas with friend and family visiting, I was surprised to see that the dome of St Paul's was not illuminated.
One of the strategies for making sure there are enough jobs in London, and ones that pay well, is to focus on high growth, high value sectors. The obvious example from history is the finance sector, but there is also new focus on tech and medical science sectors, along with others.
London must offer better rates and opportunities by creating a Commonwealth trading block. There are greater opportunities for growth with the developing Commonwealth; after which the Commonwealth led by Britain can create new trading ties with the EU.
Clarence C Thompson MBE
I find it deeply disturbing that GLA members are allowed to award their own salary, expenses and numerous other concessions like pensions etc whilst the the greater number of Londoners make do with the minimum wage - surely it should be an independent body that executes these decisions?
How easy would it be to turn London into a living museum in the way that Pokemon Go has done with its new game?
Many a time have I entered a small independent shop or cafe and discovered that I haven't enough cash so offer to pay with my bank card .
When it comes to business, London is the hub many apportunities and challenges for young entrepreneurs and small businesses or anyone planning to start up a business on their own initiative way.
What makes London a great place for people to visit and businesses to invest?