NSPCC warns of potential risks to children left alone this summer

NSPCC warns of potential risks to children left alone this summer

Summer holidays can lead to a spike in the number of children being left home alone, warns the national children’s charity, NSPCC. The summer can prove a challenging times for parents who attempt to juggle their busy work schedules around their children’s holidays. This can be especially hard for single...

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Fare terms for TfL and Sadiq Khan?

Fare terms for TfL and Sadiq Khan?

It is estimated that the Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan’s commitment to freeze Transport for London (TfL) fares for four years will cost a reported £640 million. Cuts to government funding for TfL will see a £2.8 billion gap in the company’s finances between 2015 and 2021, which TfL say...

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Summer Streets finale to keep Regent Street shoppers cool this Sunday

Summer Streets finale to keep Regent Street shoppers cool this Sunday

Regent Street’s Summer Streets campaign comes to a close this Sunday (24th July) with the final installment of its traffic-free shopping events highlighting the area’s fashion credentials. The ‘Fashion with Magnum’ event, sponsored by Magnum, will run from 12pm-6pm and includes a 16 station ice cream dipping bar and live...

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New app puts the Serpentine at your fingertips

New app puts the Serpentine at your fingertips

  Starting this summer, the Serpentine Galleries in Kensington Gardens, Hyde Park, have launched a free mobile guide app which will offer visitors extra content, interviews and curated tours. The Mobile Tours will engage visitors through the Serpentine Gallery and the Serpentine Sackler Gallery and Pavilion with a fresh, digital...

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How to dress for a summer wedding

How to dress for a summer wedding

The summer wedding season has come round again, with the same dreaded inevitability as hay fever and as many dress code issues as Wimbledon. Whether you’re a close friend of the bride and groom or someone’s plus-one, the sartorial dilemmas remain the same. First, a confession: I used to find...

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Parliament Squared: Brexit

Parliament Squared: Brexit

Where were you around 4am on Friday 23 June 2016?   I was struggling to find my mobile. My son was calling from his trading desk in New York. “Dad what the hell is going on? ” You can guess the rest. He had just seen on his screens that...

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