Bed maker to close, leaving 70 jobless

Bed maker to close, leaving 70 jobless

London’s beleaguered manufacturing sector is taking another hit with the announcement Wednesday by Ohio-based Invacare Corp. that its shutting down its London plant that makes long-term-care beds and cutting the 70 workers. “We will treat them fairly. As you know these are difficult decisions because those associates have worked so hard,” company spokesperson Lara Mahoney…

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London Director to Draft Arts Vision for Ground Zero

London Director to Draft Arts Vision for Ground Zero

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London Auction Houses See High Prices for Contemporary Art

London Auction Houses See High Prices for Contemporary Art

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A Cabinet minister admitted there was “no blank cheque” for flood repairs, triggering claims from Ed Miliband that Government policy was in confusion. Flooding fears spread into the capital today as rains from inland swelled London’s rivers just as 60mph winds were heading for London on a “wild Wednesday” of storms across Britain. The Met…

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