News - BBC Correspondent Kate Adie - Television Centre - London
BBC correspondent Kate Adie at a press conference at Television Centre, Wood Lane, Shepherd's Bush, West London, when the BBC rejected Conservative Party accusations of bias in its television reporting of the American raid on Libya.
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Aerial view of Parliament Buildings
Aerial view of the Houses of Parliament, Parliamnet Square and Westminster Abbey. * 25/11/02: London is "far too dominant in the political, economic and cultural life of Britain today, " believe more than 75% of Britons, according to a survey published. And a third would even consider moving the capital out of London to help reduce its overdominance and to relieve congestion in Britain's largest city, according to a poll for the political monthly Prospect magazine. In a YouGov poll of 2, 037 people from all parts of Great Britain, 76% either agreed strongly (34%) or tended to agree (42%) that London was too dominant.
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