Public meeting called for 28 February to defend Charing Cross Hospital against continuing threat

Public meeting called for 28 February to defend Charing Cross Hospital against continuing threat

All residents of the borough are invited to the event at 7.30pm on Wednesday 28 February at Hammersmith Town Hall to hear the latest on the planned cuts and to support the campaign to save Charing Cross Hospital. “The plan to bulldoze Charing Cross Hospital and replace it with a small clinic remains,”...

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Cancer researchers visit the Palace to receive major prize for pioneering precision medicine discoveries

Cancer researchers visit the Palace to receive major prize for pioneering precision medicine discoveries

Scientists from The Institute of Cancer Research, London, attended a ceremony at Buckingham Palace on Thursday 22 February where they were officially awarded a highly prestigious Queen’s Anniversary Prize for the institution’s world-leading research in cancer drug discovery. The Queen’s Anniversary Prize acknowledges The Institute of Cancer Research (ICR) for...

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The Royal Opera presents Barrie Kosky’s new production of Bizet’s Carmen live in cinemas

The Royal Opera presents Barrie Kosky’s new production of Bizet’s Carmen live in cinemas

The Royal Opera presents Georges Bizet’s Carmen – one of the most famous and popular operas ever written – live in cinemas worldwide on Tuesday 6 March in a new production by Australian director Barrie Kosky, first seen at Oper Frankfurt in 2016. Barrie Kosky made his highly successful Royal Opera debut in 2016 when he...

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London doesn’t break the top 15 cites for help-to-buy assistance

London doesn’t break the top 15 cites for help-to-buy assistance

Year by year, the cost of living rises and the idea of purchasing a home can look increasingly like a pipedream. As a result, many have looked to government-backed help in the form of help-to-buy schemes and ISAs to turn the dream of joining the property ladder into a reality....

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