Are international students getting good value for money?

The London city enjoys an enviable position as the second largest market of any global student destination, with an international student population of 19%. And yet, many of ineed national students have doubts over whether or not they should study in the capital because of negative experiences with current visa policies....

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17th Annual Leighton House Art Competition

Leighton House’s 17th annual art competition recently put the artistic skill of over 175 students on show, attracting well over 500 entries from 34 different schools. Over 90 different local organisations visited a private viewing of the exhibition, where they were offered early reservations to purchase some of the works....

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‘Go Vegan’ trend could prevent and reverse type 2 diabetes

A recent study published by The Vegan Society has found that vegans reduce their risk of type 2 diabetes by 78 percent compared with their omnivorous peers, who eat meat on a daily basis. This is partly because vegans are said to be able to control their weight more easily...

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Katz’s creative sculpture delights Mayfair

World famous artist, Alex Katz, has brought a flood of summer colour to Mayfair’s Connaught Hotel, presenting his new artwork ‘Chance’ to the public. The American artist, Katz, is known for pieces such as ‘Red smile’ and ‘Vincent and Tony’, which typify his trademark contrasting colours and Pop art influences. ...

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Brexit Pound fall means discount properties for Euro investors

Brexit Pound fall means discount properties for Euro investors

As a result of the depreciation of the pound over the months leading into to the EU referendum, European property investors have saved up to £26,000 purchasing discounted London homes.   Over the 7 month period before the referendum, which could still see the UK leaving the EU, paying for...

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Murder, Mystery and a Party: Rambert’s Season at The Sadler’s Wells

  Rambert, Britain’s flagship contemporary dance company, has a rightful place on the world stage.  Now in its 90th year, the 20 dancers perform across the UK and internationally with a sense of being and confidence that is very refreshing. Artistic Director, Mark Baldwin, has a group of dancers at...

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Mario Draghi warns Brexiteers ECB will do “whatever it takes to protect the eurozone”

President of the European Central Bank (ECB), Mario Draghi, has said to MEPs that the EU is prepared for “all contingencies following the UK’s EU referendum on 23rd June.     Throughout the referendum, the future of the British economy has frequently been called into question, with many on the...

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David Schwimmer backs NSPCC’s ‘Child’s House’

During the NSPCC’s How Safe conference, multitalented Hollywood Actor, producer, director and comedian David Schwimmer talked seriously about his position as Director of the Rape Foundation Board, Stuart House; saying he was “ honoured to take part in the NSPCC’s annual How Safe conference, and to support the urgent fight...

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