US President investigated for potential obstruction of justice

US President investigated for potential obstruction of justice

Donald Trump is being investigated for potential obstruction of justice by the special counsel pursuing possible links of Russian interference in the 2016 US Presidential elections, reports The Washington Post. Special prosecutor, Robert S. Mueller is expanding the ongoing investigation, indicating that he will continue to pursue this case. According...

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Anniversary of the death of Jo Cox MP

Anniversary of the death of Jo Cox MP

June 16 marks one year since Jo Cox, MP for Batley and Spen, was killed. Cox was due to start a constituency surgery in Birstall, West Yorkshire, when she was murdered by Thomas Mair, who was armed with a knife and a firearm. Mair was sentenced to life imprisonment.  In...

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Major League Baseball comes to London on July 4 – and it’s FREE!

Major League Baseball comes to London on July 4 – and it’s FREE!

Major League Baseball is heading to London to host an incredible 4th July bash featuring the LA Dodgers and the Boston Red Sox. The MLB Battlegrounds extravaganza will culminate in an all-star ‘Home Run Derby’ hitting contest on the Main Stage, featuring some of MLB’s biggest hitters and surprise UK...

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Tim Farron resigns as leader of the Liberal Democrats

Tim Farron resigns as leader of the Liberal Democrats

Leader of the Liberal Democrats, Tim Farron has announced his resignation a week after the general election, issuing a statement expressing that his faith was ‘incompatible’ with being a party leader. Farron’s resignation was quick to follow his Home Affair Spokesman Lord Brian Paddick, as he also stepped down with...

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Sunshine and potatoes

Sunshine and potatoes

The Chelsea Flower Show took place on 23rd – 27th May this year and it was absolutely roasting, the humans trapped inside full body tree suits posed a serious safety concern should their perspiration slide them right off their stilts. They can’t have been the only hired entertainment on the...

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Royal College of Music Philharmonic to hold fundraiser concert for Grenfell Tower residents

Royal College of Music Philharmonic to hold fundraiser concert for Grenfell Tower residents

The Royal College of Music Philharmonic Orchestra is to hold a fundraiser concert to raise money for the residents left without homes after the tragic Grenfell Tower fire on June 14. The proceeds will go to the Kensington & Chelsea Foundation that is helping to coordinate an appeal. The RCM...

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Parliament Squared

Parliament Squared

We Brits gave the biggest sigh of relief when the Westminster Circus Act aka as the General Election ended at 10pm on 8th June 2017. Of the many mistakes the PM made during this May-hem was a) to call it and b) to call it late allowing eight weeks of...

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Cases of Mumps and Measles on the rise throughout London

Cases of Mumps and Measles on the rise throughout London

There has been a dramatic rise in reported cases of mumps, particularly in teenagers and young adults across London, public health officials warned. Public Health England (PHE), alongside the NHS, are investigating after nearly 450 cases were reported between January 1 and May 30 this year. This is an increase...

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Interview with Landscape Artist Natalia Avdeeva

Interview with Landscape Artist Natalia Avdeeva

Natalia Avdeeva is a familiar face on the streets on Kensington and Chelsea often with a brush in hand. A striking looking Russian artist she spends most of her time outside, painting and drawing Chelsea’s streets, parks, bridges, river and iconic cityscapes. This summer over 150 of her latest works...

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Kenya gets its first new railway line since British Independence

Kenya gets its first new railway line since British Independence

Kenya has launched its first major new railway line travelling from the capital Nairobi to the port city of Mombasa. The railway is the country’s biggest infrastructure project since its independence in 1963. The Chinese-funded railway cost £2.5 billion and was built by the Chinese Communications Construction Consortium, which have...

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