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Capital city of the UK

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London's pollution is estimated to kill perhaps 9,000 people/year.[1]

Militarization

After the 2016 Berlin Truck Attack, plans were announced to spend £5 million on a "ring of steel" around a section of the City of London, featuring bollards and checkpoints.[2]

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In August 2016, Bernard Hogan-Howe announced an expansion of "counter terrorist" police - which the Daily Mail described as "awesomely armed (and masked)". Hogan-Howe said that "In some of our big iconic locations, we've already got armed patrols - if you look at Parliament, Downing Street - so it's not entirely new. I think people understand that where you are going to have people as enemies who've got guns, we've got to have guns."[3]

 

Events

EventDate
1994 London Israeli Embassy attack26 July 1994
2005 London bombings7 July 2005 08:50:00 - 7 July 2005 09:47:00
2017 Westminster attack22 March 2017
Cold War Then and Now?13 October 2018 09:30:00 - 13 October 2018 16:30:00
Diana Spencer/Inquest8 January 2007 - 2 April 2008
Grenfell Tower fire14 June 2017
Gunpowder Plot5 November 1605
Hyde Park bombing20 July 1982
Iraq Inquiry24 November 2009 - 6 July 2016
June 2017 London attack3 June 2017
Le Cercle/1999 (London)1999
Regent's Park bombing20 July 1982 12:55:00
 

Groups Headquartered Here

A Group Headquartered HereDateDescription
Amnesty International1961 - Present
ArmorGroup1981 - PresentOne of the largest private security firms operating in Iraq
Association of Chief Police Officers1948 - 2015
BAE SystemsA global arms company, with interests also in civilian avionics and engineering. Its subsidiaries are also involved in providing intelligence, personnel and logistics support to US/UK military.
BBC18 October 1922 - PresentA state propaganda apparatus disguised as a quasi-autonomous public service corporation.
BP
Balli Group Plc26 July 1991 - PresentA trading company of note.
Bank of Credit and Commerce International1972 - 1991The "Bank of Crooks and Criminals International", as some nicknamed it, was a bank set up to facilitate large scale, global money laundering, mainly to support a range of black operations by intelligence agencies.
Bank of England1694 - Present
Barclays Bank
Bell PottingerReceived $500 million from the US DOD to create a range of propaganda, including fake Al-Qaeda videos
Board of Deputies of British Jews
British Council1934 - PresentThe British government's cultural propaganda body.
British Petroleum
British Satellite BroadcastingA London based satellite television company
British-American Tobacco
Cabinet OfficeDecember 1916 - Present
Cambridge Analytica31 December 2013 - PresentA big data mining company
Campaign Against Antisemitism
Carlton Television
Centre for Policy Studies1974 - Present
Centre for Research into Post-Communist Economies1983 - Present
Chartered Management Institute1947 - Present
Chatham House1920 - Present
Commonwealth of Nations
Conservative Party
Control Risks1975 - PresentA British private security company.
Council of Foreign Bondholders1868 - 1988
Crown Prosecution Service1986 - PresentThe principal public prosecuting authority, a non-ministerial UK government department that conducts (almost) all criminal prosecutions in England and Wales.
De Beers1888 - Present
Department for Communities and Local Government
Department for Transport
Department of Trade and Industry
Fabian Society1884 - Present
Forum World Features1965 - July 1975A London based CIA propaganda operation which operated as a professional news service from 1965 to 1975.
General Medical CouncilA public body with statutory underpinnings that maintains the official register of medical practitioners in the UK
Green Party of England and Wales
HM Customs
HSBC
Hakluyt1995 - PresentHakluyt is a privately owned intelligence agency founded in 1995 by UK spooks. It has close ties to the UK deep state, MI6, Shell and BP.
Her Majesty's Revenue and CustomsA non-ministerial department of the UK Government responsible for the collection of taxes, the payment of some forms of state support, and the administration of other regulatory regimes including the national minimum wage.
Home OfficeThe UK governmental department that is responsible for policy issues surrounding immigration, passports, drugs, crime, the police and "counter-terrorism".
Home Office/Investigatory Powers Tribunal2000 - PresentThe UK court in charge of complaints about the UK intelligence agencies.
Imperial Chemical Industries
Index on Censorship
Institute for Statecraft24 September 2009 - PresentThe UK MoD/FCO funded group that ran the ironically named Integrity Initiative, exposed in 2018 by 'Anonymous'.
Institute of Economic Affairs1955 - Present
International Centre for the Study of Radicalisation and Political Violence2008 - Present
International Institute for Strategic StudiesNovember 1958 - Present
International Institute of Strategic Studies
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Jobs here

EventJobAppointedEndDescription
Hamzah BehbehaniPrivate Banker19921992Middle East Sales
Jeremy NewmarkChairmanJanuary 2006October 2013
Ella RosePublic Affairs OfficerSeptember 2015August 2016
Ella RosePresidentJune 2014June 2015


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