Fleet Street


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Fleet Street,

street in the City of London, England. It was formerly the center of English journalism.

Fleet Street

a street in central London in which many newspaper offices were formerly situated
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And he was still jogging along Fleet Street in this condition of mind, when he became aware that he was closely tracked and observed by a man of genteel appearance.
Fleet Street was choked with red-headed folk, and Pope's Court looked like a coster's orange barrow.
The bar will open inside the former Fleet Street Kitchen restaurant in Mere Green.
HUNDREDS of years of newspaper reporting on Fleet Street ended yesterday when the last two journalists there left their posts.
Three decades after media mogul Rupert Murdoch instigated its demise as the centuries-old home of Britain's newspaper industry, London's Fleet Street bade farewell on Friday to its last two journalists.
ILOVED the light, airy interior of Fleet Street Kitchen, the latest addition to Mechu and Apres on Summerrow.
Hackford Jones PR has launched legal action against Fleet Street Blues, following an article published by the blog which claimed that the public relations company had issued a statement denying the authenticity of the N Dubz singer's sex tape.
TRIBUTES have been paid to top Fleet Street columnist Sue Carroll who has died after an 18-month battle with cancer.
Sutton Kersh Commercial has secured the sale of The Jam Works, in Fleet Street.
Borletti Group, Milan, Italy, and Cairn Financial Products Ltd, London, restructured nearly $4,796 billion of debt, including more than $1,781 billion of CMBS notes issued by Fleet Street Finance Two PLC.
Next week is National Chip Week, and to mark it, Fleet Street is putting on a special menu from February 15 to 21.
1969: Murdoch wins Fleet Street foothold The Australian media magnate, Rupert Murdoch, pictured, beats off a rival bid to win control of the News of the World newspaper group.

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