The plans come as London experiences a housing crisis as home building has not kept pace with demand, driving up property prices, with rents rising faster than wages and homelessness soaring.
The move is seen as a bid to recover from Thursday's incident at a coffee giant's store in Philadelphia where two black men were shown in a social media video being questioned and arrested by police over the staff's complaint of trespassing.
Starbucks Corp Chief Executive Kevin Johnson hopes to meet with the two black men arrested at one of Starbucks' Philadelphia cafes last week to apologise for the incident, which has sparked accusations of racial profiling at the coffee chain.
The number of American tourists who travelled to the Caribbean island by air have nearly halved, but those arriving by cruise ship almost doubled last year.
The country's economy minister has warned that carmakers in Europe's powerhouse economy needed to invest billions in electric car technology to avoid losing out to Asian competitors.
Its a massive new trade route that promises to transform the economy. China's Belt and Road Initiative is so big, that it could have an impact on around one-third of global gross domestic product.
Gold and oil will extend their gains on Monday when markets open for the first time since Western powers launched a missile attack on Syria, but equities are unlikely to suffer big losses.
Airline companies who want to make WiFi technology accessible on board passenger aircrafts has triggered a 'gold rush' among suppliers in the tech industry.
US President Donald Trump's apparent about-face over the TPP came late on Thursday, on Twitter. Trump pulled the US out of the Trans-Pacific Partnership in 2017, claiming it was unfair. Now he's having second thoughts.
Key Safety Systems has completed the $1.6 billion acquisition of bankrupt Takata, marking the end of the 85-year-old Japanese automotive supplier at the centre of a global recall of exploding airbags.
Massive investments and turning $1.6 billion of debt into equity have started to pay dividends for the manufacturer of Russia's iconic Lada.
IMF Managing Director Christine Lagarde did, however, warn against protectionism in a barely veiled reference to US tariff threats, and said the World Trade Organization's rules were in danger of being torn up, threatening global economic growth.
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