Metropolitan Police & New Scotland Yard
Metropolitan Police is a generic title for the municipal police force for a major metropolitan area, and it may be part of the official title of the force. Scotland Yard (officially New Scotland Yard, though an official Scotland Yard never has existed) is a metonym for the headquarters of the Metropolitan Police Service of the British capital, London. /5
The and Metropolitan Police partnership explained in a great video made by the team at New Scotland Yard ht…
AHMM completes work on New Scotland Yard for Metropolitan Police
Metropolitan Police moves headquarters after 49 years following sale of New Scotland Yard
Metropolitan Police move out of New Scotland Yard after 49 years... more luxury (empty deposit box) flats next stop
New Scotland Yard building may be 'too small': Metropolitan Police may need to change original plans and rent extra office space when...
New Scotland Yard, the Metropolitan Police's HQ, sold for £370m
New Scotland Yard, the home of the Metropolitan Police in the heart of London, has been sold for an estimated £250m.
Metropolitan Police officers investigating the disappearance of Madeleine McCann are hoping to start investigations on Portugese soil soon. It was announced at a briefing at New Scotland Yard this...
The Metropolitan Police has launched a search for an agent to sell New Scotland Yard, SW1
Metropolitan Police are planning to make 21 families homeless by reclaiming the land at Connaught House for profitable redevelopment. We have lived here for over 20 years. The Met Police will be ripping the heart out of this community, as the families are due to be EVICTED IN TWO WEEKS TIME. We, the residents, have decided to take our first protest outside New Scotland Yard on Saturday 23 February at 2pm. I know it’s due to be a cold weekend but if you could find it in your heart to come and show your support, we would be eternally grateful.
New Scotland Yard is actually called what?
Michael Doherty, Director of justiceNOW, delivers his New Year Message outside the Metropolitan Police HQ at New Scotland Yard
PCO licence plate, as seen on the back of all licensed hackney carriages (September 2006) Since 1600 public carriages for hire have been a feature of London life. The discarded coaches of aristocratic families, complete with their coat of arms, were among the first hackney carriages to ply for hire. They were the forerunners of the French hackney carriage or cab (cabriolet) which first appeared in London around 1820. The first horseless cab, the Bersey electric powered vehicle, appeared in 1897, followed by the first internal combustion engine cab in 1903. At that time London still had more than 11,000 horse drawn cabs. The last horse drawn cab was removed from service in 1947. There are now over 20,000 licensed vehicles on London's roads. Regulation of the trade passed to the Metropolitan Police in 1850 and was undertaken by the Public Carriage Office, which was originally in an annex to New Scotland Yard in Whitehall called "the Bungalow". It moved to 109 Lambeth Road in 1919, remaining there until 1966 ...
The Metropolitan Police's iconic revolving sign "New Scotland Yard" on Broadway performs over 14,000 revolutions every day.
My cartoon - Metropolitan Police sell off New Scotland Yard & relocate to the Embankment
Blog Post: The Met to move from New Scotland Yard: The Metropolitan Police is planning to move from its legendar...
New Scotland Yard to be sold as Metropolitan Police downsizes: Deputy Commissioner Craig Mackey told the Mayor's...
New Scotland Yard, the headquarters of the Metropolitan Police, is set to be sold off in a radical £500 million cost cutting plan, it was announced today.
Scotland Yard (officially New Scotland Yard, though an official Scotland Yard never has existed) is a metonym for the headquarters of the Metropolitan Police Service of the British capital, London. It derives from the location of the original Metropolitan Police headquarters at 4 Whitehall Place, wh...
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