“Spaceship” extension plans for Kensington

Designs for a proposed two-story extension atop of the Cromwell Mansions, Kensington, have caused a stir among local residents who have said that the addition to the building would be “alien” to the character of the area. The “UFO extension,” so called because some have compared the designs to an...

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Royal Trinity Hospice’s award-winning gardens open to visitors this weekend

Royal Trinity Hospice’s award-winning gardens will be open to visitors this Sunday 10th April as part of the National Garden Scheme Open Garden Weekend. The gardens, winner of Best Hospice Garden in London 2015, will be open between 11am and 5pm at 30 Clapham Common North Side. “The NGS Open Garden...

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EU agrees €3 billion deal with Turkey to halt “irregular migration”

EU agrees €3 billion deal with Turkey to halt “irregular migration”

After meeting with the Turkish government, European Council President Donald Tusk has agreed a deal which aims to stop “the flow of irregular migration via Turkey to Europe”.   In a statement, Tusk explained that the Turkey-EU deal ensures the mutual “commitment” to the “joint action plan activated on 29th...

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Beware the IDS of March

Shortly before his assassination, the Roman senate declared Julius Caesar “dictator in perpetuity” and went to inform him about good news. Caesar did not stand to greet them which apparently caused such offence that many believe it was this faux pas that precipitated the civil war which culminated in the...

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