National Casino Forum announces UK Dealer Championship winner at Playboy Club

National Casino Forum announces UK Dealer Championship winner at Playboy Club

The National Casino Forum hosted the annual UK Dealer Championships at the Playboy Club, London in a quest to crown the best croupier in the business. The event featured a series of tasks to find a new 2017 Champion with talented dealers submitted from some of the biggest Casino operators in...

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US radar to monitor North Korea’s missile tests

US radar to monitor North Korea’s missile tests

A $900 million dollar radar is set to arrive at the end of January to monitor missile launch testing of North Korea. North Korean leader Kim Jong Un said in his new year’s message that the country was nearing a test phase for (intercontinental) missiles capable of reaching the U.S....

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Parliament Square: We are coming to the end of 20th Century Politics

Parliament Square: We are coming to the end of 20th Century Politics

Consider. In America  you have to raise from wealthy supporters at least $1billion to fight the Presidential election. If you win, they are richly rewarded. Trump unlike any other president before him foreclosed on all Obama’s appointments on the actual day of his coronation. Not the end of the week...

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Councillor Harvey to Attend Free Disability Open Day at Jubilee Sports Centre

Councillor Harvey to Attend Free Disability Open Day at Jubilee Sports Centre

Everyone Active, which operates Paddington Recreation Ground, Little Venice Leisure Centre, Jubilee Sports Centre and Queen Mother Sports Centre in partnership with Westminster City Council, is hosting a free disability open day at Jubilee Sports Centre on February 18 from 10am –2pm. They are also offering sports activity camps at...

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Local school reaches nationwide geography competition final

Local school reaches nationwide geography competition final

St James Senior Girls’ School is delighted to have been selected as one of the ten finalist schools for African Adventures’ nationwide School Geography Challenge Live Final. Two Year 10 pupils from St James, Clemence Blanchard and Isabella Wright, are looking forward to joining their peers from competing schools for...

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US visa-free residency for Cubans ends

US visa-free residency for Cubans ends

In the final days of the Obama Presidency, the outgoing Barack Obama ended the 20-year-old ‘wet feet, dry foot’ policy that allowed Cuban migrants who reach US soil to become legal permanent residents after a year. In exchange, Havana has agreed to start accepting Cubans who are turned away or...

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Edward Snowden’s stay in Russia extended by three more years

Edward Snowden’s stay in Russia extended by three more years

Edward Snowden’s lawyer, Anatoly Kucherena, said the former NSA employee will be allowed to stay in Russian for another three years until 2020. Snowden can also apply for Russian citizenship from next year, despite his desire of not wanting to settle in the country. Snowden has been living in Moscow...

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