When I was in London a couple of years ago, this breakfast of clogged-artery champions was included with my hotel room in Bloomsbury near the British Museum (toasted Wonder® bread and packets of jam not pictured). I have a theory about this type of English breakfast. They serve it so the hotel can charge you for the days you're in the hospital due to cardiac arrest if you haven't officially checked out of the room yet.
When I returned to London last year, in an effort to potentially bypass a quadrupled hotel bill, I chose a Notting Hill hotel that served this continental breakfast (croissants are the good cholesterol, right?).
My advice is if you're planning to have a heart attack while visiting England, check out of the room first. That way, with their nationalized healthcare system, your hospital/hotel room will be covered.