London must attract the world's best workforce

Simon Walker
February 2014
Evening Standard;2/ 4/2014, p15
THE story of London is the story of the world. From its Roman foundation through to the emergence of the great trading guilds, this is a city that has always looked beyond its walls. Today, London can make a strong claim to be the capital city of the world.


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