Victorians Decoded at the Guildhall

Victorians Decoded at the Guildhall

Regardless of what the new President of the United States may have to say about it, the march of technological progress and globalisation have made the world a smaller place. Victorians Decoded at the Guildhall Art Gallery set its focus on the first time that mankind utilized technology to hack...

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Prolific South Kensington architect’s last house discovered by local in planning permission row

Prolific South Kensington architect’s last house discovered by local in planning permission row

Towering and historic with a unique triple aspect and turret, Towering and historic with a unique triple aspect and turret, 37 Cranley Gardens marks the southernmost entrance to London’s ‘second Belgravia’, South Kensington’s fiercely conserved 19th Century Smiths’ Charity estate. Residents including Robert Hughes had been fighting plans for the...

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Government may ignore their own climate advisors on Heathrow’s third runway

Government may ignore their own climate advisors on Heathrow’s third runway

Newly published letters show that the UK Government may ignore the Committee on Climate Change (CCC), its official advisor on climate, and allow emissions from aviation to soar at an expanded Heathrow airport, relying on making up the difference through purchasing widely condemned “carbon offsets” The current planning assumption from...

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Ten attacks a day on migrants in Germany last year

Ten attacks a day on migrants in Germany last year

Nearly ten attacks a day on migrants were recorded in Germany by the interior ministry in 2016. A total of 560 people were injured, including 43 children. Three-quarters of the attacks targeted migrants outside of their accommodation, while nearly 1,000 attacks were on housing. Chancellor Angela Merkel’s decision to open...

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Europe’s biggest cruise event returns to Olympia 18-19 February

Europe’s biggest cruise event returns to Olympia 18-19 February

Europe’s biggest event dedicated to discovering a world of voyages, The 9th annual London CRUISE Show, is taking place at Olympia London from February 18-19. Join the largest collection of world leading cruise lines and specialist operators all under one roof, showcasing everything from large resort style ships catering for...

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The Prince of Wales hosts Gala to celebrate Royal College of Music students and alumni

The Prince of Wales hosts Gala to celebrate Royal College of Music students and alumni

The Prince of Wales, President of the Royal College of Music since 1993, hosted a special gala evening at Buckingham Palace to help celebrate talented musicians from the Royal College of Music. Guests, supporters and young musicians joined The Prince of Wales to celebrate the prestigious conservatoire, and the work...

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