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“We were called to the London Stock Exchange… to a report of a man who had fallen from an upper floor in the building,” City of London police said, adding that …
LONDON (Reuters) - A London Stock Exchange (LSE.L) employee plunged to his death on Tuesday from a balcony on the seventh floor of the exchange’s headquarters in the heart of London’s financial district. “We were called to the London …
Man in stock exchange balcony death plunge A man has died after falling from a balcony at the London Stock Exchange. Police were called to the LSE in Paternoster Square, central London, at 9.58am yesterday following reports that a man