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UK jury rules that G-20 man was unlawfully killed

A newspaper vendor who died on the fringes of a protest against world leaders in London was illegally killed, an inquest jury ruled Tuesday, potentially reopening a case which has crystallized concerns over how British police manage violent demonstrations. Full story

No air quality benefit from London's traffic levy

LONDON (Reuters Life!) - London's congestion charging scheme (CCS), which charges motorists for entering central London to try to cut traffic volume, has so far shown little evidence of improving air quality, scientists said on Wednesday. Full story

Live like a queen on your next vacation!

   Sarah Spagnolo of Travel + Leisure Magazine reveals four hotels that will create the perfect setting for a royal wedding-themed getaway.

London protesters clash with police

Police say protesters have thrown paint bombs and light bulbs filled with ammonia at officers in London's center during a demonstration against budget cuts. Full story

Charles, Camilla attack video released

   British authorities releases a video of a mob attacking a limo carrying Prince Charles and his wife Camilla during student protests last month. The security camera video shows several people kicking and hitting the Rolls-Royce after the car was forced to slow down during the central London demonstra

Former royal officer admonishes outdated security

   Former Royal Protection officer Ken Wharfe has criticized the use of a 34-year-old Rolls Royce to transport Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall to the London Palladium Thursday night after student demonstrators managed to attack the vehicle in central London during a protest against tuition f

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