It was about time Britain took action to stop immigrants from coming and exploit the country by taking jobs the British refuse to do.
London is a little bit crazy, and there are always new and exciting things. You always have something to do, any day or any time of the year and to any taste.
London is a city of over nine million people—with 14,000 residents per square mile—is packed with wildlife. Almost 15,000 species live here. There are nearly as many trees in London as people, and almost half of its urban areas are either green or blue region, showing rivers, canals, and reservoirs.
The UK's economic model has, at least for the past three decades, funnelled people towards the capital. London, together with all the big cities around the globe have benefited from, what economists have called, "agglomeration effects". Strong global economic headwinds that have encouraged businesses to be as close as possible to each other.
London's River Thames is full of secrets: home to human teeth, deadly Amazonian Piranha, and "hyperactive" eels predisposed to swimming in high cocaine concentrations.
On September 2, a fire started in the King's bakery in Pudding Lane near London Bridge. This rapidly spread to Thames Street, where warehouses packed with combustibles and a heavy wind from the East turned the blaze into an inferno. After days of stuggles the Great Fire was finally extinguished on September 6. By then more than four-fifths of London was ashes. Miraculously, Only around half a dozen people were recorded to have died.