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The It underlines our ambition to keep growing our economy and emphasises our role as Knowledge Capital of the UK.
Birmingham is the murder capital of the UK - with 13 homicides in 2016.
BANKING AND CREDIT NEWS-January 30, 2014-Halifax calculates highs and lows of living in the capital of the UK
The European Commission granted clearance, on 4 June, to the acquisition of joint control over Ad van Geloven by the Dutch private equity firm Avedon Capital Partners and private equity company Lion Capital of the UK.
Base yourself at the Best Western Imperial Hotel in Fort William, the outdoor capital of the UK, and you could hit the slopes without the hassle of going abroad from just PS52.
A SHOPPING centre was transformed into a giant catwalk as Wrexham became the fashion capital of the UK for a day.
Summary: The car crime capital of the UK is Chislehurst in south east London, according to an analysis of insurance claims.
8bn rights offer that is expected to enhance the capital of the UK bank.
The Outdoor Capital of the UK offers visitors a massive range of activities from kayaking and hill-walking to ice climbing and cycling, as well as a growing calendar of exciting events including the Mountain Bike World Cup and the Wilderness Arc British Championship Adventure Race and the Ben Nevis Race.
Norwich is named as eBay capital of the UK, with 44% of its population registered as users.
I BLAME the parents for making Wales the truancy capital of the UK (WoS May 12).
Manchester is the linguistic capital of the UK, according to industry experts, as some of the world's biggest firms are fighting for staff with language skills in the area.
As one of the country's leading research and technology centres, the MTC is the perfect fit to drive home the region as the Knowledge Capital of the UK.
SCOTLAND was yesterday named the binge drinking capital of the UK.
But Mr Smith warned Wales could become the "bedroom tax capital of the UK," stating: "Another five years of a Tory government would consign 70,000 families in Wales to the bedroom tax.