Fleet Street

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journalists and journalism in general

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a street in central London where newspaper offices are situated

British journalism

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Fleet Street Kitchen was created by previous owner Town & Country Inns, which went into administration in 2016 partly because of the ongoing roadworks around Summer Row in Birmingham, where it owned several bars - Mechu nightclub, Apres and the original Fleet Street Kitchen nearby.
At its peak, Fleet Street was the heart of the UK newspaper industry, with almost every national title having an office there.
Known as the "Street of Shame", Fleet Street once housed thousands of reporters, editors and printers working for the country's biggest national papers as well as international and provincial publications.
I'd been warned Fleet Street was expensive so we'd chosen as frugally as possible from the menu, which does offer steaks for PS22, mixed grills for PS19 and pea risottos for PS12.
The founder of Hackford Jones, Simon Jones, confirmed that the firm is pursuing defamation action, after a blog post about PR ethics appeared on Fleet Street Blues last Friday.
Former tabloid editor Piers Morgan added: "Sue Carroll - Fleet Street legend, and a wonderfully loyal, warm, funny, passionate friend and colleague.
The Jam Works, in Fleet Street, Liverpool, comprises a mix of apartments and commercial units
Fitch Ratings, New York, said Fleet Street Finance Two PLC securitized a senior mortgage loan originated by Goldman Sachs Credit Partners LP that closed in October 2006.
FLEET Street on Pudding Chare in Newcastle has new owners - and a new menu.
FLEET STREET, who was retired with an injury following the John Smith's Grand National in April, is to return to active service with Nicky Henderson next winter.
A Danish pop band will be among the first acts performing at the 700-year-old St John the Baptist Church in Fleet Street, city centre.
Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber Of Fleet Street (Cert 18, 111 mins, Warner Home Video, Musical/Horror/Romance, also available to buy DVD pounds 22.
If Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber Of Fleet Street is gruesome on stage, on film it is - literally - a bloodbath.
It is neither a City slicker, nor a Clerkenwell loft-dweller, nor part of the accountancy and legal 'Midtown' culture which has replaced the colourful Fleet Street milieu.
According to Publishing News, the other stores joining the market include Holborn, Hammersmith, Fleet Street, London Wall, King William Street, Staines, Shepherd's Bush, Victoria Place, Victoria Street, Whiteley's Bayswater, Cowcross Street and Croydon.
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