Need to know more about UK and London

I'm planning to live and work and London
Are there any rules in this city?
How to start living there?
Anonymous User
Anonymous User
Asked Jun 30, 2013
no really any rules... just the basics; no killing stabbing, robbing n that stuff. if ur from america...NO GUNS
hiyaaa
Answered Apr 17, 2014
As you want to know about London here I can't tell you about the London shortly. London is world’s biggest busy street all over the world and it is a one of the top business place for all sectors. Here people’s lifestyle is so advanced and modern and for more details search through online or you must visit London and for booking hotel and staying in London you may visit arunparking.co.uk site.

ArunasMichael
Answered Aug 09, 2014
Every country has basic rule for controlling for law and order in specified city. every person should work under the law and constition of country. it is most necessary for every citizens.for more information about law and order please follow official site of scotland yard police .
mysticindia
Answered Dec 18, 2014
London is most beautiful town in Unite Kingdom.There are many attractive places over there like London Eye,Museum, The View from the Shard,Buckingham Palace, Tower Bridge and many more.If you want to visit any place in a cheap manner you can book a cab for you by give a call on Airportsfirst Taxi. Airportsfirst Taxi a Limited company which provides cab services to all the towns in UK.
hanery
Answered Feb 10, 2016
As you want to grasp concerning London here I am unable to tell you concerning the London shortly. London is world’s biggest busy street all over the globe and it's a 1 of the highest business place for all sectors. Here people’s lifestyle is therefore advanced and fashionable and for a lot of details search through on-line or you should visit London and for booking edifice and staying in London you'll visit arunparking.co.uk site.
jhondavis
Answered May 13, 2016
Stay in the heart of London
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tiphanyhas1961
Answered Jul 31, 2017

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