Greece agrees deal with Eurozone creditors

Greece agrees deal with Eurozone creditors

Greece has reached a preliminary deal with its creditors that should pave the way for long-awaited debt relief talks. “The negotiations are concluded,” Euclid Tsakalotos told reporters, according to state agency ANA. After overnight talks, Tsakalotos said a “preliminary technical agreement” had been achieved ahead of a 22 May meeting...

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20 London Libraries collaborate with acclaimed authors in search of hidden stories and undiscovered talent

20 London Libraries collaborate with acclaimed authors in search of hidden stories and undiscovered talent

As part of a two-year literary initiative lead by Spread the Word, a leading writers development agency, acclaimed authors will be working in partnership with 20 London libraries to inspire Londoners to reveal their stories. Leading writers Irenosen Okojie (Butterfly Fish, Betty Trask Award 2016), Courttia Newland (The Gospel According...

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UK police to no longer share information with US after Manchester attack

UK police to no longer share information with US after Manchester attack

British police will no longer share information on the suicide bombing in Manchester with the United States due to fears that leaks to the US media may hinder a hunt for a possible bomb maker still at large. Theresa May is to raise concerns with Donald Trump at a Nato meeting...

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Donald Trump in Brussels for “tough” Nato talks

Donald Trump in Brussels for “tough” Nato talks

US President Donald Trump is in Brussels for talks with Nato members and EU leaders, where Nato has agreed to join the US-led coalition against the Islamic state. The alliance are seeking to create a US plan for Nato to take a bigger role in the fights against Islamist militants, in...

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Ageing gracefully with Auriens: London’s elite residence for the older generation

Ageing gracefully with Auriens: London’s elite residence for the older generation

Exclusive interview with Auriens co-founder Karen Mulville, the brains behind Chelsea’s brand new luxury residence for the older generation. Having experienced firsthand the time and dedication required to care for her parents and looking to move them into a more appropriate living space, co-founder of Auriens Karen Mulville became aware...

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