Snapchat files for $25 billion IPO

Snapchat files for $25 billion IPO

The company behind Snapchat, Snap Inc. is planning to start trading in the public markets around March next year, according to people close to the company. California based Snap Inc. is aiming to raise $4bn dollars on the public sale. Its last private funding round on May 2016 saw it...

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Northern Line to join the Night Tube on November 18th

Northern Line to join the Night Tube on November 18th

The Northern line is going 24-hour from November 18th as it becomes the fourth route to be incorporated into the Night Tube service. Revellers caught out late at night will be able to travel from High Barnet and Edgware, via the Charing Cross branch, to Morden at weekends Trains will run...

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One in seven children suffering from air pollution worldwide

One in seven children suffering from air pollution worldwide

A recent report from the UN children’s agency, UNICEF, estimates that one child in seven is suffering the effects of air pollution, with their developing bodies making them more vulnerable than other members of the global population. UNICEF has called on 200 governments, due to meet in Morocco this month...

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Sadiq Khan may have ditched plans for Westway flyover cycle lane

Sadiq Khan may have ditched plans for Westway flyover cycle lane

Fears that Sadiq Khan may have abandoned plans to complete the Westway flyover cycle lane have been voiced amid concerns that the Westfield Shopping Centre opposed the plan. The cycle lane was first planned by Boris Johnson during his time as London Mayor and was designed as a part of...

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Silverstone Classic

By David Hughes July 2016, and July 2017 I`m guessing you might be thinking “is he a lot too early, or a little too late?” Conveniently, a bit of both really. Billed as the world’s biggest classic event, The Silverstone Classic is a marvellous blend of top class racers, parades,...

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NHS bosses criticised for failing sufferers of muscular dystrophy

NHS bosses criticised for failing sufferers of muscular dystrophy

NHS bosses were criticised by disability campaigners for ignoring calls to invest in specialist care for people with muscular dystrophy (MD). NHS providers have refused to fund vital, ‘care advisors’ in the South East. This lack of care is leaving patients vulnerable to severe health complications. Muscular dystrophy refers to...

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