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Jeweller Gerald Ratner destroyed his business by calling his own products 'c**p'. EST, 3 December 2013 0 View comments Ed Burstell's comments about his staff and some products are startlingly brutal The guiltiest pleasure on TV is The Paradise, BBC1'
London's Regent Street Christmas lights for 2013 are themed around DreamWorks' new time-travelling comedy adventure Mr Peabody and Sherman'. Regent Street will be closed to traffic all day, with entertainment from 3pm including a catwalk showcasing
5 November 2013 4 View comments U.S fashion brands such as Gap, Victoria's Secret, Abercrombie & Fitch and Urban Outfitters are already familiar sights to many British shoppers but the American clothing invasion is showing no signs of letting up.
Three handsome curved buildings at the top of Regent Street at Piccadilly Circus were joined together to make the hotel. The most ornate, which houses the Grill Room, was built by a bankrupt French wine merchant, who fled to London in 1863 with £5 in
UK today after becoming the focus of demonstrators who wanted to transform them into food banks'. Direct action group UK Uncut has managed to shut down branches in Glasgow, Sheffield, Brixton and Regent Street in London after targeting a number of
27 June 2013 0 View comments Nerves of steel: Arthur Merriman saved lives when he defused an unexploded bomb during the Blitz on Regent Street A George Cross medal that has been put up for auction has brought to the fore the story of a little known
Regent Street still under repair after flooding Firefighters are pumping water away One of London's busiest shopping streets remains under repair due to flooding from a burst water main. Regent Street was closed to traffic between Conduit Street and
It has become a familiar sight in London, the erection of the enormous marquee that hosts Burberry's grandiose Fashion Week shows twice a year in Kensington Gardens. For a single afternoon every six months or so, that spot just below the steps of the
It is striking that after half an hour talking to Alison Nimmo, the chief executive of the Crown Estate, the Queen's property portfolio, the subject of Regent Street has barely come up. Here is the boss of one of the country's prime real-estate
Hamleys has shown why a French company paid £60m in September for the Regent Street-based toy chain by posting a huge leap in profits. The retailer, which is 252 years old, also said it plans to continue its expansion in 2013 under its new owner, the