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  • 1066 And All That: A Memorable History Of England ( W. C. Sellar book )
  • A Tale Of Two Cities ( Charles Dickens book )
  • A bull and cow ( Cockney rhyming slang for row or argument )
  • A man who is tired of London is tired of life
  • Absolute power corrupts absolutely ( quotation by Lord Acton ) ( meaning and origin of this phrase )
  • Ally Pally ( Nickname of Alexandra Palace London )
  • Apples and pears ( Cockney rhyming slang for stairs )
  • Art, with a capital F
  • As safe as the Bank of England
  • Barnet Fair ( Cockney rhyming slang for hair )
  • Big Ben ( tourist attraction in London England )
  • Blood blister ( Cockney rhyming slang for sister )
  • Blow a raspberry ( Cockney rhyming slang for fart )
  • Bo Peep ( Cockney rhyming slang for sleep )
  • Boat race ( Cockney rhyming slang for face )
  • Born within the sound of Bow Bells ( meaning and origin of this phrase )
  • Bottle and glass ( Cockney rhyming slang for arse )
  • Brahms and Lizst ( Cockney rhyming slang for pissed )
  • Brass tacks ( Cockney rhyming slang for facts )
  • Bricks and mortar ( Cockney rhyming slang for daughter )
  • Brighton Pier ( Cockney rhyming slang for queer )
  • Bristols ( Cockney rhyming slang for titties )
  • British Bulldog ( Nickname of boxer Brian London )
  • Brown bread ( Cockney rhyming slang for dead )
  • Buck House ( Nickname of Buckingham Palace )
  • Buckingham Palace ( tourist attraction in London England )
  • Capital asset
  • Capital cost
  • Capital gains
  • Capital injection
  • Capital surplus
  • Cherry ripe ( Cockney rhyming slang for pipe )
  • Chicken capital, USA ( Kentucky Fried Chicken advertising slogan )
  • China plate ( Cockney rhyming slang for mate )
  • Close your eyes and think of England ( meaning and origin of this phrase )
  • Cream crackered ( Cockney rhyming slang for knackered )
  • Currant bun ( Cockney rhyming slang for sun )
  • Daisy roots ( Cockney rhyming slang for boots )
  • Desmond Tutu ( Cockney rhyming slang for Second class degree ( 2,2 ) )
  • Dicky Dirt ( Cockney rhyming slang for shirt )
  • Dog and bone ( Cockney rhyming slang for telephone )
  • Donkey's years ( Cockney rhyming slang for ears ) ( meaning and origin of this phrase )
  • Elephant's trunk ( Cockney rhyming slang for drunk )
  • England expects
  • Enter a different World ( Harrods Store advertising slogan )
  • Everything London ( Harrods Store advertising slogan )
  • Farmers ( Cockney rhyming slang for piles )
  • Feel 95 point great ( Capital FM advertising slogan )
  • Frog and toad ( Cockney rhyming slang for road )
  • Geordieland ( Nickname of Newcastle upon Tyne England )
  • George Raft ( Cockney rhyming slang for daft )
  • Ginger Beer ( Cockney rhyming slang for queer )
  • Gregory Peck ( Cockney rhyming slang for neck )
  • Hadrians Wall ( tourist attraction in northern England )
  • Half inch ( Cockney rhyming slang for pinch )
  • Hampsteads ( Cockney rhyming slang for teeth )
  • Hampton ( Cockney rhyming slang for prick )
  • Have a Captain Cook ( Cockney rhyming slang for look )
  • Hobson's choice ( Cockney rhyming slang for voice )
  • Horse and cart ( Cockney rhyming slang for fart )
  • I'm a little bit wooooor, a little bit waaaaaaaaaayy, I'm a geezer! ( A catchphrase from Chris The Crafty Cockney In The Fast Show )
  • Intellectual capital
  • Iron hoof ( Cockney rhyming slang for poof )
  • It was the best of times: it was the worst of times ( the opening line of A Tale Of Two Cities )
  • It's all gone Pete Tong ( Cockney rhyming slang for gone wrong )
  • J Arthur ( Cockney rhyming slang for wank )
  • Jack Palancing ( Cockney rhyming slang for dancing )
  • Jam jar ( Cockney rhyming slang for car )
  • Jimmy Horner ( Cockney rhyming slang for corner )
  • Jimmy Riddle ( Cockney rhyming slang for piddle )
  • Khyber pass ( Cockney rhyming slang for arse )
  • Lie back and think of England
  • Little London ( Nickname of Gothenburg Sweden )
  • Loaf of bread ( Cockney rhyming slang for head )
  • London Calling ( The Clash song )
  • London bridge is falling down ( line from nursery rhyme )
  • Lord Fred ( Cockney rhyming slang for bed )
  • Madame Tussauds ( tourist attraction in England )
  • Merry England
  • Middle England
  • Mince pies ( Cockney rhyming slang for eyes )
  • Mind your backs
  • Mutt and Jeff ( Cockney rhyming slang for deaf )
  • My old Dutch ( Cockney rhyming slang for duchess )
  • My old china ( Cockney rhyming slang for mate )
  • North and south ( Cockney rhyming slang for mouth )
  • Number 10 Downing Street ( address of the British Prime Minister )
  • Oh to be in England
  • On your Pat ( Cockney rhyming slang for alone )
  • On your jack ( Cockney rhyming slang for alone )
  • On your tod ( Cockney rhyming slang for alone )
  • Oranges and lemons say the bells of Saint Clements ( line from nursery rhyme )
  • Orson cart ( Cockney rhyming slang for fart )
  • Oxford scholar ( Cockney rhyming slang for dollar ) ( meaning and origin of this phrase )
  • Oxo cube ( Cockney rhyming slang for tube )
  • Pen and ink ( Cockney rhyming slang for stink )
  • Pig's ear ( Cockney rhyming slang for beer )
  • Plates of meat ( Cockney rhyming slang for feet )
  • Pony and trap ( Cockney rhyming slang for crap )
  • Porky pies ( Cockney rhyming slang for lies )
  • Potatoes in the mould ( Cockney rhyming slang for cold )
  • Rabbit and pork ( Cockney rhyming slang for talk )
  • Raspberry tart ( Cockney rhyming slang for fart )
  • Richard the Third ( Cockney rhyming slang for turd )
  • Risk capital
  • Rock and boulder ( Cockney rhyming slang for shoulder )
  • Rosie Lea ( Cockney rhyming slang for tea )
  • Rub a dub ( Cockney rhyming slang for pub )
  • Ruby Murray ( Cockney rhyming slang for curry )
  • Scarper ( Cockney rhyming slang for go )
  • Seed capital
  • Sexton Blake ( Cockney rhyming slang for fake )
  • Sherman tanks ( Cockney rhyming slang for Yanks )
  • Skin and blister ( Cockney rhyming slang for sister )
  • St Paul's Cathedral ( tourist attraction in London England )
  • Syrup ( Cockney rhyming slang for wig )
  • Take a butchers ( Cockney rhyming slang for look )
  • Taters ( Cockney rhyming slang for cold )
  • Tea leaf ( Cockney rhyming slang for thief )
  • The Backbone of England ( Nickname of The Pennine Hills )
  • The Bank of England ( tourist attraction in London England )
  • The British Museum ( tourist attraction in London England )
  • The City ( Nickname of The City of London England )
  • The Concrete Block ( Nickname of Coventry England )
  • The Conservative Party at prayer ( The Church of England )
  • The Crazy Gang ( Nickname of Wimbledon Football Club )
  • The First Garden City Of The World ( Nickname of Letchworth England )
  • The Garden of England ( Nickname of the English counties of Kent and Worcestershire )
  • The Great Wen ( Nickname of London England )
  • The Houses of Parliament ( tourist attraction in London England )
  • The Old Lady of Threadneedle Street ( Nickname of The Bank of England )
  • The People's Republic of South Yorkshire ( Nickname of Sheffield England )
  • The Royal Botanic Gardens ( tourist attraction in Kew England )
  • The Show Business Capital Of The World ( Nickname of Hollywood California )
  • The Smoke ( Nickname of London England )
  • The Socialist Republic Of South Yorkshire ( Nickname of Sheffield England )
  • The Square Mile ( Nickname of The City of London )
  • The Steel City ( Nickname of Sheffield England )
  • The Thunderer ( Nickname of The Times Newspaper )
  • The Tower of London ( tourist attraction in England )
  • The White Cliffs of Dover ( tourist attraction in England )
  • The halibut capital of the world ( Nickname of Homer Alaska )
  • The streets of London are paved with gold
  • Titfer ( Cockney rhyming slang for hat )
  • Treacle Town ( Nickname of Macclesfield Cheshire England )
  • Trouble and strife ( Cockney rhyming slang for wife )
  • Trouble with a capital T
  • Two and eight ( Cockney rhyming slang for state )
  • Uncle Dick ( Cockney rhyming slang for sick )
  • Uncle Ned ( Cockney rhyming slang for bed )
  • Weasel and Stoat ( Cockney rhyming slang for coat )
  • Westminster Abbey ( tourist attraction in London England )
  • What's in your wallet? ( Capital One advertising slogan )
  • Whistle and flute ( Cockney rhyming slang for suit )
  • Whitehall warrior
  • Windsor Castle ( tourist attraction in England )
  • Working capital
  • World city
  • Wotcher cock ( Cockney version of 'Hello' )
  • Would you Adam and Eve it? ( Cockney rhyming slang for would you believe it? )
  • Wrong, with a capital R

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