London and the World

In this edition: mind the equality gap; taking on terrorism; the City speaks on Brexit; an NFL team for the capital?

As Brexit looms, we should draw comfort from the city’s survival in turbulent times

The capital’s attractions make it well placed to ride out an end to free movement

The tragedy put inequality in the spotlight and showed how the poor are often ignored

Could the UK capital take an American football side to its heart?

After a period of discretion, banks are looking abroad and determined to be heard

The UK capital is a prominent target for terror but also seen as a leader in fighting it

More from this Special Report

The city ranks low for quality of life, so what solutions could we borrow from abroad?

Stallholders’ stories illustrate the shifting social fabric of the city

Specialist businesses grapple with export dilemmas from excise duty to ‘keeping it real’

The cases for giving the captal more control of its finances versus investment in the regions

How has he risen to the challenges of terror attacks, disaster and Brexit?

Games and martial arts from abroad are winning converts and helping newcomers settle

The buildings of the 1960s and 1970s showed a daring lacking today

London’s deputy mayor for culture argues that it is now core to how the city works

An M25 border, a Tube-map flag — imagining the post-Brexit capital as a city state