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Kensington and Chelsea Today is expanding its horizons from next month to include the City of Westminster. To our delight our publication has been embraced and admired by so many local readers we have developed a loyal following outside the Borough. To greet this demand we’re rebranding and, in October, we launch throughout Westminster to become Kensington, Chelsea & Westminster Today. It’ll be the same, great, in-depth, intelligent, coverage of the ...
As Scotland votes to stay in the UK the Prime Minister says he will honour promises of devolution for Scotland but wants a fair settlement for England, Wales and Northern Ireland too. With the votes counted from all 32 council areas, the Better Together campaign won with a 55% majority, with 2,001,926 ‘No’ votes compared to 1,617,989 ‘Yes’ votes. The Prime Minister David Cameron expressed his gladness over the result earlier today. Scottish Independence Referendum: PM David Cameron's statement He said: “Like millions of other people, I am delighted. As I said during the campaign, it would have broken ...
London's mayor, Boris Johnson, caused controversy today when he announced that the city's acclaimed New Year's Eve fireworks celebrations are to be ticketed for the first time. With plans well advanced for the 2014 fireworks, which will be watched by millions of people, the mayor claimed the reasons behind the ...
An RNLI London lifeboat crew rescued a man from the River Thames after his body heat was detected from the air by a police helicopter’s thermal imaging camera. Crew from Tower lifeboat station, located next to Waterloo Bridge, launched to a report of a man in the river near Greenwich pier at 9.52pm on Monday 15 September.  The charity’s lifeboat arrived four minutes later and immediately joined the Metropolitan Police’s boat and ...

Events

  • The 12th London African Music Festival
    19th September 2014
  • Another F*cking Variety Show
    19th September 2014
  • Azealia Banks 02 Academy Brixton American rapper, singer and song writer for one night only 211 Stockwell Road SW9 9SL 0844 811 0051
    19th September 2014
  • Open House
    20th September 2014
  • Hundred Days: The End of the Great War
    25th September 2014
  • Britain: One Million Years of the Human Story
    28th September 2014
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Arts & Culture


An arresting, but arcane title for an intriguing exhibition, it implies that the objects have minds of their own and are not fabricated or manipulated by people. The word saboteur comes from the French sabot, meaning a wooden shoe, which was thrown into a factory machine to disable it. Another ...

Lifestyle


When it comes to a voyage of self-exploration, there are few more picturesque backwaters than a South Kensington mews. Reece Mews was the studio of the artist Francis Bacon, while Kendrick Mews was once the showroom for Morgan soft-topped sports cars, and classic cars are still on display. The quiet cul-de-sac ...

Motoring & Sport


Dad was a prolific wordsmith, not only writing the editorial each week for his mag, Autosport, as well as race reports, road tests, articles and books, but also compiling the annual High Performance Cars, published by the mag, as well as articles in race programmes, both home and abroad, and ...

Business & Finance


In what may seem a bit of low-cost unemployment figure manipulation, The Mayor of London Boris Johnson is funding a community project to train 300 young volunteers to help promote healthy living in their local communities. The ‘London Health Ambassadors’ project is one of 10 that Team London, the Mayor’s volunteering ...

Young Chelsea


‘Pleeeeease can I go on The Booster?’ squeals the Small One. We are at the fun fair in Battersea Park. Most of the rides look so precarious the thrill of going on any of them would be less induced by the spinning cars and more by the very real fear ...

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