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.
was choked with red-headed folk, and Pope's Court looked like a coster's orange barrow.
If this book has a hero, writes Alan Watkins, it is Fleet Street
in its silver age, from about 1955 to about 1985.
Copies of E57 and E58 can be obtained for $16 each by writing the IASC at 167 Fleet Street
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Financial services firm Begbies Traynor was appointed to Town And Country Inns which used to run Mechu, Apres and Fleet Street
Kitchen in Summer Row along with sister venues in Cheltenham and Sutton Coldfield.
Mark Jones, joint owner of Town and Country Inns, which used to run Mechu, Apres and Fleet Street
Kitchen in Summer Row, says the work has 'strangled' the business.
We revealed yesterday that the once thriving Bar Fleet Street
in Pudding Chare is to enjoy a new lease of life as American smokehouse and cocktail venue The Purple Bear.
"don't d don LONDON PORTFOLIO LONDON-BASED firms of which Craig Whyte is a director: Merchant Corporate Recovery plc Kingsway, London Cairnwell Investments Ltd Fleet Street
, London Countryliner Group Ltd Fleet Street
, London LM Logistics Group Ltd Fleet Street
, London Merchant Turnaround plc Fleet Street
, London The Rangers FC Group Ltd Holborn, London Merchant Strategic Renewal plc Fleet Street
TRIBUTES have been paid to top Fleet Street
columnist Sue Carroll who has died after an 18-month battle with cancer.
Amid the copious bunting, loud music and balmy sunshine in the royal wedding party in Fleet Street
, Swansea, yesterday, 79-year-old Jean Davies said: "It's wonderful the community spirit is still alive." Mrs Davies, who has lived in Fleet Street
since 1964, said: "This one is not as big as some of the other royal celebrations we've had down the years, but it's pretty good.
The values of the Bank of England, the Old Bailey, Fleet Street
and Chancery Lane have been obtained from the England Land Tax Valuations of 1910 by Ancestry.co.uk The collection reveals a stark contrast between the property prices of today and a century ago - with the average London property valued at just pounds 14,000 in 1910, compared with pounds 430,500 today.