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Just a little reminder that the clocks are going back this weekend, so we will be able to squeeze an extra hour into our Sunday. And, what will we be doing with our new found hour? According to a new survey, for most of us it will be spent catching up on sleep. The survey from vitamin drink Emergen-C found that if the British public were given an extra hour ...
Many Londoners are familiar with the ‘sardine can’ flat viewing. The estate agent prises open the front door which crashes straight into the bed. Once you’ve squeezed through a six-inch gap, the guided tour takes all of five seconds with so little to see. Usually the one redeeming aspect of these places is the price tag. But not always. A ‘micro flat’ in Mayfair, just 31 square metres (334 square feet), has gone on sale for £950,000 on a 100-year lease. In addition to this, any interested party will be expected to pay an additional £38,000 ...
This November Covent Garden commemorates the 40th Anniversary of the Old Market’s closure. Taking place between Saturday the 8th and Sunday the 9th the historic cobbled streets are set to come alive with Music & Poetry offering a lovely way to celebrate the last few days of Autumn.    The aim ...
The average person in London spends an agonising 303 days over the course of their life waiting or being delayed due to factors out of their control, according to new research. They clock up 5,400 minutes every year hanging around or changing their plans because of unforeseen circumstances. Cockneys are worse off than those in other areas of Britain, as the average Brit will spend 229 days of their life ...


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  • The Tempest
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  • The Welsh Poets
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    The Gladwin brothers of The Shed in Notting Hill, have opened up in Kings Road with Rabbit. It has a comparatively narrow frontage that you enter via a stable door; probably a first for this end of Kings Road for many years. The main bit of the restaurant is at ...

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    Ask any self-respecting golf fan to name the eleven European captains who lifted the Ryder Cup before Paul McGinley did last month, and they will rattle off at least eight names immediately; Tony Jacklin, Bernard Gallacher, Seve Ballasteros, Sam Torrance, Bernhard Langer, Ian Woosnam, Colin Montgomerie, and finally (albeit with ...

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“Unless there is a change of government, the NHS in England will be completely destroyed by 2020."  - Lord David Owen, March 2014.   The closure of Hammersmith Hospital’s A&E department and plans to sell off over half of Charing Cross Hospital are local manifestations of the Government’s privatisation drive. Using the ...

Young Chelsea

In this era of superhero oversaturation, where it seems that not a day goes by without Marvel announcing a new movie/tv show/theme park ride starring a character no-one has ever heard of, it’s hard to imagine a world without them.  The first prototype comic book came out of France circa ...

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