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Theresa May facing angry MPs who will question her leadership and campaign at fiery 1922 Committee Brothers kept their mum and sister as slaves for 18 months forcing them to wash in a bucket 6.2-magnitude earthquake rocks Brit tourist hotspot of Lesbos, injuring 10 people This adds up to a huge £36,000 a year – about the same as the average Londoner’s salary. Lettings Director from Dexters Estate Agents, Chris Dowds, said: “It is slightly smaller than most two bedrooms that rent for its asking price. “However, it offers that little bit of something special, which is of high importance to the creative minds of Clerkenwell dwellers.” The property was also given a glass ceiling as it was developed Joe Wright, the architect behind the project, said: “It’s only 2.5 metres across at the front and landlocked at the back, so it was very tricky to get access. “Planning was difficult because it is in a conservation area and the work at the back was done by builders on abseils. “We had a good builder who was up to the challenge and we were happy with the results.” The property is located withing walking distance of Farringdon train station as well as Covent Garden and Russel Square. We pay for your stories! Do you have a story for The Sun Online news team? Email us at tips@the-sun.co.uk or call 0207 782 4368

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