A lesson on political morality in Westminster Abbey

A lesson on political morality in Westminster Abbey

The Westminster Abbey Institute hosts two seasons of clamouringly popular lectures a year, one in spring and the other in autumn. This year’s proceedings opened with a series focusing on Integrity in public service. A subject more pertinent given recent events perhaps than it has been for some time. Charged...

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Tory Manifesto Shows Plans to Regulate the Internet

Tory Manifesto Shows Plans to Regulate the Internet

Theresa May has announced her plan to introduce massive internet regulations, granting the government power to decide what is said online. The plan was included in the end of the Conservative manifesto released yesterday, which indicated a clear aim to change the way the internet works. “Some people say that...

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The Dominique Ansel Bakery

The Dominique Ansel Bakery

What if I told you, you could have your cake and eat it too. For those of us with the sinful sweet tooth and the constant urge to gain approval from our social media family, a humble chef by the name Dominique Ansel has created the ultimate recipe to satisfy...

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Dexter’s CEO Jeff Doble on London’s Housing Market

Dexter’s CEO Jeff Doble on London’s Housing Market

Being CEO of one of the largest estate agencies in London, a city with one eye firmly on Brexit, is a challenging role to say the least. ‘KCW Today’ spoke to Jeff Doble, CEO and founder of Dexters, one of London’s fastest growing estate agencies, to find out what the...

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High Court rules that Kensington’s ‘stripy house’ does not have to be repainted

High Court rules that Kensington’s ‘stripy house’ does not have to be repainted

A woman who decorated her multi-million pound townhouse with red and white stripes has won a High Court battle over a planning authority’s order to repaint the property. Property developer Zipporah Lisle-Mainwaring painted the eye catching stripes on the facade of the three-storey terraced building in South End, Kensington, in...

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Turkey Opens City for Orphaned Syrian Children

Turkey Opens City for Orphaned Syrian Children

Turkey has opened an extensive centre aimed at housing and educating orphaned victims of the Syrian war.  Orphans City is a complex located in the south-eastern town of Reyhanli which will consist of 55 villas, four schools, a mosque, a playground, and a sports arena.  The project – a co-operation...

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