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Cadogan Square in Knightsbridge
Two men have died after a balcony collapsed on Cadogan Square in Knightsbridge. The two men, who have not yet been named, are thought to be removal men who were working at the address. The first-floor balcony is thought to have been connected to property number 37, a five-storey terraced building. An employee of the London Ambulance Service (LAS) earlier confirmed that they had sent three ambulances, an advanced paramedic, medical team ...
A mother of five is taking Westminster City Council to the Supreme Court in what her lawyers are calling a ‘landmark case’ that could prevent councils from freely moving housing applicants out of the area. Titina Nzolamesois is currently homeless after losing her Court of Appeal battle against being rehoused in Milton Keynes. In November 2012, Nzolameso was evicted from her flat. She could no longer afford the rent after the introduction of a national benefits cap. When she turned to Westminster Council to provide shelter for her family, she was offered a property in Milton ...
Hedvig Mollestad Trio The Mollestad trio is a powerful trio and opened this memorable evening and played an excellent set with a programme ranging from jazz fusion, psychedelica to sheer hard rock in the vein of Led Zeppelin. This band is gifted and original, led Hedvig Mollestad Thomassen who plays a ...
stay health during winter woman drinks cup of coffee in the cold
Less sleep, more drinks and fatty foods along with the added stress of the holiday season can make it difficult to stay fit and well as winter approaches. So how can you stay healthy in the run-up to Christmas and beyond? Yes, it’s cold outside – so get moving! One of the first things to go out the window as the weather gets colder is often our exercise routine. But it’s more ...

Events

  • Orpheus Sinfonia: Revolution
    23rd November 2014
  • Arundhati Roy: Annihilation of Caste
    24th November 2014
  • Revolution
    27th November 2014
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Arts & Culture


  Telling the story of Germany over 600 years was never going to be easy, particularly as the last hundred have had such a devastating effect on world history. Telling the story using 200 objects was going to be even more challenging. To coincide with the fall of the Berlin Wall exactly ...

Lifestyle


For those of us not fluent in Italian, and that includes me, Harrods has kindly given us a new phrase to look up. It`s wonderfully simple, and quite poetic: Stars of Stars. Five Italian chefs, boasting 13 Michelin stars between them, each have a month`s guest spot at Harrods ‘Staff ...

Motoring & Sport


Just when we were getting used to the idea of electric sports cars, the FIA gives us an all-electric grand prix. For many, the sounds and smells in a race are an important part of the experience. But a significant detail of the electric car is that it has no ...

Business & Finance


Companies around the world compete for access to investors’ capital against other investment options. Higher risk (as perceived by investors) companies have a higher cost of capital because investors demand higher returns as compensation against the potential for permanent loss of capital. Lower risk companies have a lower cost of ...

Young Chelsea


From Adam West in the late 60s, dancing the bat-sui and pummelling mobsters under bright explosions of “BAM, WHAM, BOFF!” to Christian Bale roaring incoherently whilst breaking bones, each Batman is tweaked by directors to  better reflect the times in which they were created. In certain circumstances this is a ...

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