Stepping back into The Room with The Disaster Artist

Stepping back into The Room with The Disaster Artist

Whilst conventional wisdom dictates that the gulf between genius and idiocy is as deep and cold as the Mariana trench, in some scenarios it is possible for an idea to be so impossibly poorly conceived, ineptly executed and just plain terrible, that by some malign physics perversely ends up getting...

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London Edition’s “Songs from Above”: Gengahr

London Edition’s “Songs from Above”: Gengahr

The London Edition Hotel is hosting a series of live music events this summer, all from their very own balcony.  Walking into the London Edition hotel is like walking into a James Bond film. Luxury pervades in a space where soft lighting and debonair mixologists work their magic, giving the...

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Brexit leaves UK with 50/50 chance of recession

Brexit leaves UK with 50/50 chance of recession

The National Institute of Economic and Social Research claims a host of economic issues will disrupt the UK economy after the decision to leave the EU.     Uncertainty after the result in June could lead to a litany of market setbacks, claims the National Institute of Economic and Social...

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TfL gives new CS11 North-South cycle route the green light

TfL gives new CS11 North-South cycle route the green light

Transport for London (TfL), has given the new North-South Cycle Superhighway 11 (CS11) the go-ahead, providing cyclists with a continuous journey from Chalk Farm to the West End.  New Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, has said that the route “will play an important role improving the quality of our toxic...

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Sri Lanka leads the world in Mangrove conservation

Sri Lanka leads the world in Mangrove conservation

Sri Lankan Prime Minister names mangrove conservation essential in the fight against climate change, promising to protect all of Sri Lanka’s mangrove forests.   Last Tuesday saw National Mangrove Day and the opening of the world’s first mangrove museum in Sri Lanka as part of a push to raise the...

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Mayor of London boosts affordable homes in Old Oak development

Mayor of London boosts affordable homes in Old Oak development

The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, has approved plans to boost the number of affordable homes in the major housing development at the Old Oak regeneration site in West London.  The Oaklands development, which will include over 600 new homes, will also include a nursery, health centre and commercial spaces....

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High Court says NHS responsible for funding new prophylactic HIV drug

High Court says NHS responsible for funding new prophylactic HIV drug

The National Aids Trust has won a High Court ruling meaning that NHS England may now fund the prophylactic HIV drug PrEP. While this is a victory for the HIV campaigners who challenged the NHS stance that it was up to local councils to provide the drug, the NHS is...

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Analyst tops the list of highest paying graduate jobs

Analyst tops the list of highest paying graduate jobs

Glassdoor recruitment company today released a list of the highest paying graduate jobs for 2016. The role of Graduate Analysts tops the list,  earning a cool 34,366 when starting out, followed by Graduate Consultants and Graduate Software Engineers, each earning around 28,000 a year. All three of these positions garner a...

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