Thousands of young Londoners caught dodging TV licence

Thousands of young Londoners caught dodging TV licence

More than 2,000 young people in London were caught watching live or catch-up TV without a licence over the last year, new figures have revealed. Statistics published by TV Licensing show 2,033 people aged 18 and 25 were caught in the capital, with inner London postcodes accounting for more than...

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New portrait of Malala goes on display in National Portrait Gallery

New portrait of Malala goes on display in National Portrait Gallery

Malala Yousafzai, the girls’ education activist, has had a portrait publically displayed at the National Portrait Gallery. The work which was commissioned by the Gallery; was completed by Iranian-born artist and filmmaker, Shirin Neshat. This is the first of three commissions supported by Outset over the last few years. Acquired...

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Ribera: The Art of Violence

Ribera: The Art of Violence

If your predilections are flaying, flagellation, torture, hanging, upside-down crucifixions and human suffering generally, then head on down to Dulwich, where there is an array of the art of violence or the violence of art in all its shocking forms. Jusepe de Ribera (1591-1652) was a Spanish-born painter from Valencia,...

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