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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 ...
With the Telegraph Ski and Snowboard Show around the corner, further entertainment, brands and competitions added to the rooster!    With a range of new events, deals and competitions the 2014 Ski and Snowboard show is set to be bigger and better than ever! The 2014 Show will host as a range of tour operators and chalet companies who will be on hand to advise those considering a ski holiday. The Show will also offer visitors live freestyle ski demonstrations, insider tips from snow sports experts in the Mountain Talks Theatre, après bars, live music, Animal Bike Tour, 250 ...
Residents of the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea and the London Borough of Hammersmith & Fulham who live in housing association or council homes and want to swap their property with another tenant can find out more about how to make this happen at a special Housing Advice Day ...
In the autumn of 1914, Lord Kitchener exhorted single young British men between the ages of 18 and 45 to enlist in his Volunteer Army. His pointed finger, bushy moustache and piercing eyes, brilliantly portrayed by London Sketch Club member Alfred Leete, implored every British man, from every building in the land, to serve his King and Country. A large number of older or married men felt excluded. Patriotic fervour ran ...


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    23rd October 2014
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    25th October 2014
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    25th October 2014
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    26th October 2014
  • The Tempest
    26th October 2014
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    27th October 2014
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Arts & Culture

  Tate have hijacked the name of arguably Britain’s greatest ever painter (see Turner v. Constable on p. *) and attached it to a £25,000 prize given annually for the past 30 years to, “an artist under the age of 50, living, working or born in Britain for an outstanding exhibition ...


    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 ...

Motoring & Sport

Whilst the 40th Ryder Cup tees off at Gleneagles today new research suggests how golfers can have the edge. Elite golfers can recognise when they enter ‘the zone’ and can control the experience to perform at their peak for longer, the research revealed. Previous research suggested that individuals are only aware that ...

Business & Finance

“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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