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London Mining enters into Market Making agreement.


London Mining announces that it has entered into a market making
agreement with Kaupthing ASA, a subsidiary of Kaupthing Bank Hf,
effective from 30 January 2008.

For further information, please contact:

Graeme Hossie, Corporate Development & Deputy Managing Director

+44 (0) 20 7495 6210

About London Mining Plc
Incorporated and registered in the UK, London Mining is developing
mines to supply the global steel industry. The Company has
operational mining, exploration and development projects located in
Brazil, Sierra Leone, Greenland and Mexico. In 2007, London Mining
raised over US$125million in equity and US$60m in debt to finance
development and expansion of its operations to meet the demand of
world steel consumption.
Core near term objectives:

* Ramping up production to over 5mtpa from its operating itabirite
iron ore mine in Brazil

* Bringing into production a previously mined specular hematite
iron ore operation in Sierra Leone

* Completing feasibility studies on the Wadi Sawawin project under
a joint venture with the National Mining Company of Saudi Arabia

* Completing feasibility studies on a major magnetite iron ore
deposit in Greenland

* Continuing exploration under a 49% JV or an exploration magnetite
deposit in Mexico.

On 9 October 2007, London Mining listed on the Axess market of the
Oslo Stock Exchange (www.osloaxess.no) and trades under the Reuters
symbol LOND.OL and Bloomberg symbol LOND.NO. Please also visit our
website www.londonmining.co.uk for more information about London
Mining and its operations.



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London Mining - Strategic review of Brazilian iron ore mine

London, 23rd April 2008. The Board of London Mining today announces
that following high levels of interest in Brazilian iron ore assets,
it is conducting a strategic review of its Brazilian operations.  The
Board has received expressions of interest regarding a sale or
partial sale of its Brazilian iron ore mine and has appointed UBS
Investment Bank to advise it on these matters in conjunction with its
existing financial adviser, Kaupthing Singer & Friedlander.
 
The strategic review has been initiated by the Board in order to
determine how best to realise maximum value for shareholders from a
project where a programme of production expansion is well underway.
Primarily, the review will focus on assessing the relative merits of
a sale of all or part of London Mining's Brazilian operations versus
the retention of these operations to full production.
 
Additionally, London Mining remains in discussions with CSN in
relation to port access, although no agreement has been reached at
this stage. These discussions are expected to continue in the wider
context of the ongoing strategic review.
 
In the event that this review concludes in the sale of all or part of
London Mining's Brazilian operations, the allocation of any net
proceeds from the transaction would be determined by the Board as and
when such a transaction is agreed, but would be expected to include a
return of capital to shareholders.
 
London Mining's Brazilian operations are in the highly sought after
Serra Azul iron ore region within the state of Minas Gerais. When the
mine was acquired in May 2007, it had already been in operation for
over thirty years.  The Company is currently undertaking a geological
study which is expected to confirm an increase in the level of
resources contained in its Brazilian mine. The conclusions from this
study will be published in a separate announcement in due course.
 
London Mining is investing in expanding production and sales in
Brazil from 0.5mtpa to a target of 10mtpa, with the sale of sinter
fines expected to commence in July 2008.  The construction of a
modern 3.2mtpa sinter fines plant is well advanced with commissioning
planned for mid 2008.
 
A further announcement regarding the strategic review will be made in
due course.
 
For further information, please contact:
London Mining Plc
Christopher Brown, Managing Director, +44 (0) 20 7495 6210
Graeme Hossie, Corporate Development & Deputy Managing Director, +44
(0) 20 7495 6210
 
Kaupthing Singer & Friedlander - Financial adviser
Benjamin Lee / Cameron Jack, +44 (0) 20 3205 5000
 
UBS Investment Bank - Financial adviser
Mark Palmer / Daniel Welker, +44 (0) 20 7567 8000
 
Crux Kommunikasjon AS - Investor relations adviser (Norway)
Charlotte Knudsen, +47 97 56 19 59
 
Threadneedle Communications - Public relations adviser (UK)
Laurence Read / Graham Herring, +44 (0) 20 7936 9696/ +44 (0) 7979
955 923
 
Notes to the Editors:
 
About London Mining Plc
 
London Mining is incorporated and registered in the UK, and is
developing mines to supply the global steel industry. The Company has
operational mining, exploration and development projects located in
Brazil, Sierra Leone, Saudi Arabia, Greenland and Mexico. In 2007,
London Mining raised over US$125m in equity and US$60m in debt.
London Mining has off-take agreements in place with Chinese steel
producers and trading companies in addition to supplying the
Brazilian domestic market.
 
London Mining's operation strategy is as follows:
* Ramping up production to a target of 10mtpa from its operating
itabirite iron ore mine in Brazil
* Bringing back into production a previously mined specular hematite
iron ore operation in Sierra Leone
* Completing feasibility studies on the Wadi Sawawin project under a
joint venture with the National Mining Company of Saudi ArabiaA
previously mined specular hematite iron ore operation, Sierra Leone
* Completing feasibility studies on a major magnetite iron ore
deposit in Greenland
*Continuing exploration under a 49% JV on an exploration magnetite
deposit in Mexico
 
On 9 October 2007, London Mining listed on the Axess market of the
Oslo Stock Exchange and is now trading under the Reuters symbol
LOND.OL and Bloomberg symbol LOND:NO.
 
Please also visit our website www.londonmining.co.uk for more
information about London Mining and its operations.



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Notice of Annual Genera Meeting in London Mining

The Annual General Meeting in London Mining Plc will be held at the
offices of Travers Smith, 10 Snow Hill,
London EC1A 2AL on 30 May 2008 at 11.00 a.m.
 
Please find the full notice, as well as a letter to the shareholders,
enclosed.
 
For further information, please contact:
 
London Mining Plc
Malcolm Groat, Company Secretary, +44 (0) 20 7495 6210
 
About London Mining Plc
Incorporated and registered in the UK, London Mining is developing
mines to supply the global steel industry.  The Company has
operational mining, exploration and development projects located in
Brazil, Sierra Leone, Greenland and Mexico. In 2007, London Mining
raised over US$125million in equity and US$60m in debt to finance
development and expansion of its operations to meet the demand of
world steel consumption.
 
Core near term objectives:

* Ramping up production to over 5mtpa from its operating itabirite
iron ore mine in Brazil
* Bringing into production a previously mined specular hematite
iron ore operation in Sierra Leone
* Completing feasibility studies on the Wadi Sawawin project under
a joint venture with the National Mining Company of Saudi Arabia
* Completing feasibility studies on a major magnetite iron ore
deposit in Greenland
* Continuing exploration under a 49% JV on an exploration magnetite
deposit in Mexico.

On 9 October 2007, London Mining listed on the Axess market of the
Oslo Stock Exchange (www.osloaxess.no) and trades under the Reuters
symbol LOND.OL and Bloomberg symbol LOND.NO.  Please also visit our
website www.londonmining.co.uk for more information about London
Mining and its operations.



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London Mining - Preliminary resource update in Brazil

London, 7th May 2008. London Mining is pleased to announce that it
has revised its mineral resources on its Central (DNPM 13.845/67) and
Eastern (DNPM 830.316/79) Claims at its wholly owned iron ore mine in
Brazil. Total Mineral Resources at the project now stand at 598.8mt
grading 41.5% Fe, with a Fe content of 248.2mt.
 
London Mining Brasil Mineraçao S.A. ("LMB"), a wholly owned
subsidiary of London Mining, engaged Mr Caio Libaneo, a consulting
geologist from Libaneo & Libaneo Ltda, with 13 years experience in
the mining industry and eight years resource reporting experience, to
review the mineral resources of the Central and Eastern Claims at its
wholly owned iron ore mine in the Serra Azul mountain range, near
Belo Horizonte. Geoexplore, a Coffey Mining company, was hired to
check Mr. Libaneo's work by the integration of this preliminary
resource estimate using 3D methodology (Gemcom Surpac software). The
3D Geoexplore modelling has reflected on the modelling by section
presented by Mr. Libaneo.
 
The previous estimates quoted in London Mining's Competent Person's
Report in July 2007 for the Oslo Axess Listing, were considered
conservative with regard to Brazilian Reporting Standards and have
been substantially revised. This review, which now includes hard
itabirite mineralization, has resulted in a 332.5mt increase in the
total iron ore resources and a 122.6mt increase in the contained Fe.
 
These results should be considered as preliminary, pending review of
the existing geological model. The results are not to Australasian
Joint Ore Reserves Committee ("JORC") standards. LMB has initiated a
7,500 metre drilling programme to confirm the latest Central Claim
and Eastern Claim resources to JORC standards and to increase the
confidence levels of these resources by increasing the amount of iron
ore in the Measured-Indicated category. This programme should be
completed by the end of 2008.
 
Christopher Brown, Managing Director of London Mining said "We are
extremely pleased with the results of the preliminary resource review
which should add substantial value to the Company.  The increased
resources over previous estimates will be defined to JORC standards
through a drilling programme which is currently underway. With
further work, the increased resources are expected to lead to
increased ore reserves and to substantially increased future
production".
 
Please see the full press release enclosed, including tables
with breakdown of the resources.
 
For further information, please contact:
 
Crux Kommunikasjon AS
Charlotte Knudsen, +47 97 56 19 59
 
London Mining Plc
Christopher Brown, Managing Director, +44 (0) 20 7495 6210
Graeme Hossie, Corporate Development & Deputy Managing Director, +44
(0) 20 7495 6210
 
Notes to the Editors:
London Mining is incorporated and registered in the UK, and is
developing mines to supply the global steel industry. The Company has
operational mining, exploration and development projects located in
Brazil, Sierra Leone, Saudi Arabia, Greenland and Mexico, and has
total iron ore resources of 1.9 billion tonnes containing an
estimated 714Mt of iron. In 2007, London Mining raised over US$185m
to advance iron ore production from its projects:
 
Brazil
100% owned mine with 598mt Fe resource at 41.5% Fe.  London Mining is
ramping up production to a target of 10mtpa beginning with increasing
current granulado sales of approximately 500ktpa and commencing
3.2mtpa of sinter feed production.  The sinter feed plant is planned
to begin production in June 2008 and has been implemented on schedule
and under budget.
 
Saudi Arabia
50:50 joint venture with National Mining Company to develop the Wadi
Sawawin iron ore project in Saudi Arabia. Scoping and previous
studies have indicated the feasibility of a 5mtpa direct reduction
pellet production operation on the current mining licence.  A
drilling campaign is currently underway to define and expand the
411mt reserves (USB code).  The Wadi Sawawin project will benefit
from a new port, will be in close proximity to one of the new
government-funded "Economic Cities"(in the Tabuk region), and expects
to benefit from economical transport infrastructure, power and water.
The Company is initiating a bankable feasibility study and further
engineering and metallurgical studies.
 
Studies are also being conducted to examine the possibility of using
the proposed Wadi Sawawin pelletising plant in the future to process
the pellet feed from both the Isua project in Greenland and the Wadi
Sawawin Project with a targeted production of 20mtpa of DR pellets.
 
Greenland
100% owned project with 961mt Fe resource @ 34% Fe (JORC).  Scoping,
metallurgical, hydropower, pipeline and harbour studies have all been
completed and have confirmed that the Isua project will support a
sizeable open pit mining operation starting at approximately 5mtpa of
+71% Fe magnetite direct reduction pellet feed, with good logistics
via a slurry pipeline and deepwater port with year round shipping.
  Synergies with the Wadi Sawawin project are being studied.
 
Sierra Leone
100% owned previously producing mine with 132Mt estimated resources @
34% Fe (IMC based on historical records).  Final governmental
approvals are being sought to commence refurbishment of existing rail
and port infrastructure prior to installing a new 1.5mtpa
concentration plant to produce +64% Fe iron ore concentrates. Medium
term initiatives include an additional 1.5mtpa concentration plant
after the first year of production and, subject to logistics
feasibility investigations, restart open pit mining to increase total
production to 5Mtpa.
 
Mexico
Exploration project 48% owned by London Mining.  The drilling
programme has been completed on the Mexican El Artillero iron ore
deposit, and the company is currently evaluating a mining plan to
develop a 1mtpa operation which is expected to commence production in
Q1 2009.
 
On 9 October 2007, London Mining listed on the Axess market of the
Oslo Stock Exchange and is now trading under the Reuters symbol
LOND.OL and Bloomberg symbol LOND:NO.
 
Please also visit our website www.londonmining.co.uk for more
information about London Mining and its operations.



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London Mining - Presentation of Isua Project in Greenland

Please find enclosed a presentation held today by the CEO of London
Mining, Mr. Christopher Brown, of the company's Isua Project in
Greenland.
 
For further information, please contact:
 
London Mining Plc
Christopher Brown, Managing Director, +44 (0) 20 7495 6210
 
Notes to the Editors:
London Mining is incorporated and registered in the UK, and is
developing mines to supply the global steel industry. The Company has
operational mining, exploration and development projects located in
Brazil, Sierra Leone, Saudi Arabia, Greenland and Mexico, and has
total iron ore resources of 1.9 billion tonnes containing an
estimated 714Mt of iron. In 2007, London Mining raised over US$185m
to advance iron ore production from its projects:
 
Brazil
100% owned mine with 598mt Fe resource at 41.5% Fe.  London Mining is
ramping up production to a target of 10mtpa beginning with increasing
current granulado sales of approximately 500ktpa and commencing
3.2mtpa of sinter feed production.  The sinter feed plant is planned
to begin production in June 2008 and has been implemented on schedule
and under budget.
 
Saudi Arabia
50:50 joint venture with National Mining Company to develop the Wadi
Sawawin iron ore project in Saudi Arabia. Scoping and previous
studies have indicated the feasibility of a 5mtpa direct reduction
pellet production operation on the current mining licence.  A
drilling campaign is currently underway to define and expand the
411mt reserves (USB code).  The Wadi Sawawin project will benefit
from a new port, will be in close proximity to one of the new
government-funded "Economic Cities"(in the Tabuk region), and expects
to benefit from economical transport infrastructure, power and water.
The Company is initiating a bankable feasibility study and further
engineering and metallurgical studies.
 
Studies are also being conducted to examine the possibility of using
the proposed Wadi Sawawin pelletising plant in the future to process
the pellet feed from both the Isua project in Greenland and the Wadi
Sawawin Project with a targeted production of 20mtpa of DR pellets.
 
Greenland
100% owned project with 961mt Fe resource @ 34% Fe (JORC).  Scoping,
metallurgical, hydropower, pipeline and harbour studies have all been
completed and have confirmed that the Isua project will support a
sizeable open pit mining operation starting at approximately 5mtpa of
+71% Fe magnetite direct reduction pellet feed, with good logistics
via a slurry pipeline and deepwater port with year round shipping.
  Synergies with the Wadi Sawawin project are being studied.
 
Sierra Leone
100% owned previously producing mine with 132Mt estimated resources @
34% Fe (IMC based on historical records).  Final governmental
approvals are being sought to commence refurbishment of existing rail
and port infrastructure prior to installing a new 1.5mtpa
concentration plant to produce +64% Fe iron ore concentrates.  Medium
term initiatives include an additional 1.5mtpa concentration plant
after the first year of production and, subject to logistics
feasibility investigations, restart open pit mining to increase total
production to 5Mtpa.
 
Mexico
Exploration project 48% owned by London Mining.  The drilling
programme has been completed on the Mexican El Artillero iron ore
deposit, and the company is currently evaluating a mining plan to
develop a 1mtpa operation which is expected to commence production in
Q1 2009.
 
On 9 October 2007, London Mining listed on the Axess market of the
Oslo Stock Exchange and is now trading under the Reuters symbol
LOND.OL and Bloomberg symbol LOND:NO.
 
Please also visit our website www.londonmining.co.uk for more
information about London Mining and its operations.



You can find the original press release at http://hugin.info/137683/R/1217168/254584.pdf
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07-05-2008, 23:45

Location:
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Share issue related to exercise of warrants in London Mining

London Mining recently issued 30,000 new shares related to conversion
of warrants by a former employee. The warrants were exercised at 0.20
pence per share.

Following this issue, the Company has a total of 100,883,795 shares
and 9,000,000 warrants outstanding. In addition, there are 4,450,000
options outstanding.

For further information, please contact:

London Mining Plc
Graeme Hossie, Corporate Development & Deputy Managing Director, +44
(0) 20 7495 6210

Notes to the Editors:
London Mining is incorporated and registered in the UK, and is
developing mines to supply the global steel industry. The Company has
operational mining, exploration and development projects located in
Brazil, Sierra Leone, Saudi Arabia, Greenland and Mexico, and has
total iron ore resources of 1.9 billion tonnes containing an
estimated 714Mt of iron. In 2007, London Mining raised over US$185m
to advance iron ore production from its projects:

Brazil
100% owned mine with 598mt Fe resource at 41.5% Fe. London Mining is
ramping up production to a target of 10mtpa beginning with increasing
current granulado sales of approximately 500ktpa and commencing
3.2mtpa of sinter feed production. The sinter feed plant is planned
to begin production in June 2008 and has been implemented on schedule
and under budget.

Saudi Arabia
50:50 joint venture with National Mining Company to develop the Wadi
Sawawin iron ore project in Saudi Arabia. Scoping and previous
studies have indicated the feasibility of a 5mtpa direct reduction
pellet production operation on the current mining licence. A
drilling campaign is currently underway to define and expand the
411mt reserves (USB code). The Wadi Sawawin project will benefit
from a new port, will be in close proximity to one of the new
government-funded "Economic Cities"(in the Tabuk region), and expects
to benefit from economical transport infrastructure, power and water.
The Company is initiating a bankable feasibility study and further
engineering and metallurgical studies.

Studies are also being conducted to examine the possibility of using
the proposed Wadi Sawawin pelletising plant in the future to process
the pellet feed from both the Isua project in Greenland and the Wadi
Sawawin Project with a targeted production of 20mtpa of DR pellets.

Greenland
100% owned project with 961mt Fe resource @ 34% Fe (JORC). Scoping,
metallurgical, hydropower, pipeline and harbour studies have all been
completed and have confirmed that the Isua project will support a
sizeable open pit mining operation starting at approximately 5mtpa of
+71% Fe magnetite direct reduction pellet feed, with good logistics
via a slurry pipeline and deepwater port with year round shipping.
Synergies with the Wadi Sawawin project are being studied.

Sierra Leone
100% owned previously producing mine with 132Mt estimated resources @
34% Fe (IMC based on historical records). Final governmental
approvals are being sought to commence refurbishment of existing rail
and port infrastructure prior to installing a new 1.5mtpa
concentration plant to produce +64% Fe iron ore concentrates. Medium
term initiatives include an additional 1.5mtpa concentration plant
after the first year of production and, subject to logistics
feasibility investigations, restart open pit mining to increase total
production to 5Mtpa.

Mexico
Exploration project 48% owned by London Mining. The drilling
programme has been completed on the Mexican El Artillero iron ore
deposit, and the company is currently evaluating a mining plan to
develop a 1mtpa operation which is expected to commence production in
Q1 2009.

On 9 October 2007, London Mining listed on the Axess market of the
Oslo Stock Exchange and is now trading under the Reuters symbol
LOND.OL and Bloomberg symbol LOND:NO.
Please also visit our website www.londonmining.co.uk for more
information about London Mining and its operations.



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Exercise of options over primary insider London Mining

Altima Global Special Opportunities Master Fund Ltd has exercised
options to purchase 150,000 shares from Graeme Hossie, a founder and
primary insider of London Mining plc, at a price of GBP 1.50 per
share.

After this transaction, Mr. Hossie owns 250,000 shares in London
Mining.

Altima Global Special Opportunities Master Fund Ltd holds 1,350,000
further options at the same exercise price over the shares of other
founding shareholders of London Mining, in addition to 1,162,500
warrants with exercise price 1.25. In addition, Altima Global Special
Situations Master Fund Ltd holds 3.837.500 warrants at exercise price
2.00. The options and warrants expire twelve months after the listing
of London Mining's shares at the Oslo Axess which was on October 9,
2007.

For further information, please contact:

London Mining Plc
Graeme Hossie, Corporate Development & Deputy Managing Director
+44 (0) 20 7495 6210

Notes to the Editors:
London Mining is incorporated and registered in the UK, and is
developing mines to supply the global steel industry. The Company has
operational mining, exploration and development projects located in
Brazil, Sierra Leone, Saudi Arabia, Greenland and Mexico, and has
total iron ore resources of 1.9 billion tonnes containing an
estimated 714Mt of iron. In 2007, London Mining raised over US$185m
to advance iron ore production from its projects:

Brazil
100% owned mine with 598mt Fe resource at 41.5% Fe. London Mining is
ramping up production to a target of 10mtpa beginning with increasing
current granulado sales of approximately 500ktpa and commencing
3.2mtpa of sinter feed production. The sinter feed plant is planned
to begin production in June 2008 and has been implemented on schedule
and under budget.

Saudi Arabia
50:50 joint venture with National Mining Company to develop the Wadi
Sawawin iron ore project in Saudi Arabia. Scoping and previous
studies have indicated the feasibility of a 5mtpa direct reduction
pellet production operation on the current mining licence. A
drilling campaign is currently underway to define and expand the
411mt reserves (USB code). The Wadi Sawawin project will benefit
from a new port, will be in close proximity to one of the new
government-funded "Economic Cities"(in the Tabuk region), and expects
to benefit from economical transport infrastructure, power and water.
The Company is initiating a bankable feasibility study and further
engineering and metallurgical studies.

Studies are also being conducted to examine the possibility of using
the proposed Wadi Sawawin pelletising plant in the future to process
the pellet feed from both the Isua project in Greenland and the Wadi
Sawawin Project with a targeted production of 20mtpa of DR pellets.

Greenland
100% owned project with 961mt Fe resource @ 34% Fe (JORC). Scoping,
metallurgical, hydropower, pipeline and harbour studies have all been
completed and have confirmed that the Isua project will support a
sizeable open pit mining operation starting at approximately 5mtpa of
+71% Fe magnetite direct reduction pellet feed, with good logistics
via a slurry pipeline and deepwater port with year round shipping.
Synergies with the Wadi Sawawin project are being studied.

Sierra Leone
100% owned previously producing mine with 132Mt estimated resources @
34% Fe (IMC based on historical records). Final governmental
approvals are being sought to commence refurbishment of existing rail
and port infrastructure prior to installing a new 1.5mtpa
concentration plant to produce +64% Fe iron ore concentrates. Medium
term initiatives include an additional 1.5mtpa concentration plant
after the first year of production and, subject to logistics
feasibility investigations, restart open pit mining to increase total
production to 5Mtpa.

Mexico
Exploration project 48% owned by London Mining. The drilling
programme has been completed on the Mexican El Artillero iron ore
deposit, and the company is currently evaluating a mining plan to
develop a 1mtpa operation which is expected to commence production in
Q1 2009.

On 9 October 2007, London Mining listed on the Axess market of the
Oslo Stock Exchange and is now trading under the Reuters symbol
LOND.OL and Bloomberg symbol LOND:NO.
Please also visit our website www.londonmining.co.uk for more
information about London Mining and its operations.



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Presentation and conference call of London Mining's Q108 results

London Mining's first quarter 2008 financial results will be released
on Friday 30th of May 2008.

Managing Director, Chris Brown will present the Company's financial
results and give an operational update at 08:30 am CET at Felix
Konferansesenter at Aker Brygge in Oslo.

Following the presentation, Deputy Managing Director, Graeme Hossie
will host a telephone conference at 10:00 am CET (0900 am London).
Mr. Hossie will go through the quarterly presentation briefly. The
presentation will be followed by a Q&A session.

To participate in the conference call, please dial +44 208 322 2500,
followed by the access code 867312.

The quarterly report and presentation will be available at the Oslo
Stock Exchange www.newsweb.no and London Mining's homepage,
www.londonmining.co.uk from about 08:00 am CET.

London Mining will publish the Company's Quarterly Operational report
shortly.

For further information, please contact:

London Mining Plc.
Chris Brown, Managing Director, +44 (0) 20 7495 6210

Crux Kommunikasjon AS (Norway)
Charlotte Knudsen, +47 9756 1959

Notes to the Editors:
London Mining is incorporated and registered in the UK, and is
developing mines to supply the global steel industry. The Company has
operational mining, exploration and development projects located in
Brazil, Sierra Leone, Saudi Arabia, Greenland and Mexico, and has
total iron ore resources of 1.9 billion tonnes containing an
estimated 714Mt of iron.

On 9 October 2007, London Mining listed on the Axess market of the
Oslo Stock Exchange and is now trading under the Reuters symbol
LOND.OL and Bloomberg symbol LOND:NO.

Please also visit our website www.londonmining.co.uk for more
information about London Mining and its operations.



You can find the original press release at http://hugin.info/137683/R/1222934/257890.pdf
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27-05-2008, 22:00

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27-05-2008, 22:00

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LONDON MINING - FIRST QUARTER 2007 OPERATIONS REPORT

HIGHLIGHTS

Corporate
*London Mining has received expressions of interest regarding a sale
or partial sale of its Brazilian iron ore mine and has appointed UBS
Investment Bank to advise it on these matters in conjunction with its
existing financial adviser, Kaupthing Singer & Friedlander.

Brazil
* Total Mineral Resources were revised by two independent geological
firms and increased to 598mt (up 331.7mt) grading 41.5% Fe, with a Fe
content of 247.9mt (up 122.3mt).

* Construction of the 2.2mtpa sinter feed plant is nearly complete
and the plant will be started up 31 May and ramp-up is to be
completed by 30 June. The plant will be expanded to 3.2mtpa by
September 2008.

* Production of lump ore "granulado" reached 105,015t for the MQ08
(up 16.7% from a year ago) and sales reached 117,949t for the MQ08
(up 27.7% from last year). Granulado prices averaged US$43.01/t for
MQ08, up 19.4% from MQ07.

Sierra Leone
* The Government of Sierra Leone has completed an independent rail
study as part of London Mining's port and rail MOU. The report
recommended the railway be kept at its existing gauge and there was
enough capacity for 10.3mtpa by repairing the existing railway line.

* Basic engineering for the beneficiation plant has been awarded to
Eriez and construction of a wet season stockpile has commenced.

* By mid May 2008, 84 hollow stem auger holes out of a planned 200
holes have been completed on the tailings deposits, along with
physical analysis of the samples. A further 30 diamond core holes
totalling 4,000m have been contracted out on the hard rock deposits.

Greenland
* A major exploration programme, including a 5000m drilling
programme, is about to commence in June 2008.

Mexico
* The drilling programme has determined a 3.3mt resource averaging
49.2% Fe. A plan is being considered to exploit a smaller 2.1mt
resource averaging 59.1% Fe, which can be upgraded with magnetic
separation to produce 1.5mt of concentrates at 63.7% Fe.

Saudi Arabia
* Proceeding to a bankable feasibility study on 5mtpa of direct
reduction pellets

Please see the full Operations Report enclosed.

For further information, please contact:

London Mining Plc.
Chris Brown, Managing Director, +44 (0) 20 7495 6210
Graeme Hossie, Corporate Development & Deputy Managing Director, +44
(0) 20 7495 6210

Crux Kommunikasjon AS (Norway)
Charlotte Knudsen, +47 9756 1959

Notes to the Editors:
London Mining is incorporated and registered in the UK, and is
developing mines to supply the global steel industry. The Company has
operational mining, exploration and development projects located in
Brazil, Sierra Leone, Saudi Arabia, Greenland and Mexico, and has
total iron ore resources of 1.9 billion tonnes containing an
estimated 714Mt of iron.

On 9 October 2007, London Mining listed on the Axess market of the
Oslo Stock Exchange and is now trading under the Reuters symbol
LOND.OL and Bloomberg symbol LOND:NO.

Please also visit our website www.londonmining.co.uk for more
information about London Mining and its operations.



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Corr. London Mining - First Quarter 2008 Operations Report

HIGHLIGHTS

Corporate
* London Mining has received expressions of interest regarding a sale
or partial sale of its Brazilian iron ore mine and has appointed UBS
Investment Bank to advise it on these matters in conjunction with its
existing financial adviser, Kaupthing Singer & Friedlander.

Brazil
* Total Mineral Resources were revised by two independent geological
firms and increased to 598mt (up 331.7mt) grading 41.5% Fe, with a Fe
content of 247.9mt (up 122.3mt).

* Construction of the 2.2mtpa sinter feed plant is nearly complete
and the plant will be started up 31 May and ramp-up is to be
completed by 30 June. The plant will be expanded to 3.2mtpa by
September 2008.

* Production of lump ore "granulado" reached 105,015t for the MQ08
(up 16.7% from a year ago) and sales reached 117,949t for the MQ08
(up 27.7% from last year). Granulado prices averaged US$43.01/t for
MQ08, up 19.4% from MQ07.

Sierra Leone
* The Government of Sierra Leone has completed an independent rail
study as part of London Mining's port and rail MOU. The report
recommended the railway be kept at its existing gauge and there was
enough capacity for 10.3mtpa by repairing the existing railway line.

* Basic engineering for the beneficiation plant has been awarded to
Eriez and construction of a wet season stockpile has commenced.

* By mid May 2008, 84 hollow stem auger holes out of a planned 200
holes have been completed on the tailings deposits, along with
physical analysis of the samples. A further 30 diamond core holes
totalling 4,000m have been contracted out on the hard rock deposits.

Greenland
* A major exploration programme, including a 5000m drilling
programme, is about to commence in June 2008.

Mexico
* The drilling programme has determined a 3.3mt resource averaging
49.2% Fe. A plan is being considered to exploit a smaller 2.1mt
resource averaging 59.1% Fe, which can be upgraded with magnetic
separation to produce 1.5mt of concentrates at 63.7% Fe.

Saudi Arabia
* Proceeding to a bankable feasibility study on 5mtpa of direct
reduction pellets

Please see the full Operations Report enclosed.

For further information, please contact:

London Mining Plc.
Chris Brown, Managing Director, +44 (0) 20 7495 6210
Graeme Hossie, Corporate Development & Deputy Managing Director, +44
(0) 20 7495 6210

Crux Kommunikasjon AS (Norway)
Charlotte Knudsen, +47 9756 1959

Notes to the Editors:
London Mining is incorporated and registered in the UK, and is
developing mines to supply the global steel industry. The Company has
operational mining, exploration and development projects located in
Brazil, Sierra Leone, Saudi Arabia, Greenland and Mexico, and has
total iron ore resources of 1.9 billion tonnes containing an
estimated 714Mt of iron.

On 9 October 2007, London Mining listed on the Axess market of the
Oslo Stock Exchange and is now trading under the Reuters symbol
LOND.OL and Bloomberg symbol LOND:NO.

Please also visit our website www.londonmining.co.uk for more
information about London Mining and its operations.



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London Mining - First quarter 2008 Financial report

During the first quarter of 2008, London Mining continued to make
progress towards its goal of maximizing shareholder value by
implementing projects to take advantage of the current and expected
strong market conditions in the international iron ore industry.

London Mining published the Company's Quarterly Operations report for
the first quarter 2008, ended 31 March, on Wednesday 28 May 2008.
Please find the Company's full Financial report and presentation
enclosed (click on the links below to download).

For further information, please contact:

London Mining Plc
Christopher Brown, Managing Director, +44 (0) 20 7495 6210
Graeme Hossie, Corporate Development & Deputy Managing Director, +44
(0) 20 7495 6210

Crux Kommunikasjon AS (Norway)
Charlotte Knudsen, +47 97 56 19 59

Threadneedle Communications (UK)
Laurence Read/Graham Herring, +44 (0)20 7936 9696/ +44 (0)7979
955 923

Notes to the Editors:
London Mining is incorporated and registered in the UK, and is
developing mines to supply the global steel industry. The Company has
operational mining, exploration and development projects located in
Brazil, Sierra Leone, Saudi Arabia, Greenland and Mexico, and has
total iron ore resources of 1.9 billion tonnes containing an
estimated 717Mt of iron.

On 9 October 2007, London Mining listed on the Axess market of the
Oslo Stock Exchange and is now trading under the Reuters symbol
LOND.OL and Bloomberg symbol LOND:NO.

Please also visit our website www.londonmining.co.uk for more
information about London Mining and its operations.



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London Mining Plc ('London Mining' or 'the Company') - Minutes fromAnnual General Meeting

London Mining Plc's Annual General Meeting was held today 30 May
2008. All proposals from the Board were approved. Please see the
minutes from the meeting attached.

For further information, please contact:

London Mining Plc.
Chris Brown, Managing Director, +44 (0) 20 7495 6210

Notes to the Editors:
London Mining is incorporated and registered in the UK, and is
developing mines to supply the global steel industry. The Company has
operational mining, exploration and development projects located in
Brazil, Sierra Leone, Saudi Arabia, Greenland and Mexico, and has
total iron ore resources of 1.9 billion tonnes containing an
estimated 714Mt of iron.

On 9 October 2007, London Mining listed on the Axess market of the
Oslo Stock Exchange and is now trading under the Reuters symbol
LOND.OL and Bloomberg symbol LOND:NO.

Please also visit our website www.londonmining.co.uk for more
information about London Mining and its operations.



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