Darkness at Noon 

Darkness at Noon 

Whilst Hitler demanded the creation of “a Reich to last a thousand years”, the Soviets had something grander in mind: the complete overthrow of the capitalist order to make way for a new communist world with no paltry ‘thousand year’ expiration date (one of the few times Hitler could be...

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West London parents failing to vaccinate young children, NHS report suggests

West London parents failing to vaccinate young children, NHS report suggests

Too many parents in Westminster and Kensington and Chelsea are failing to get young children vaccinated against preventable diseases, an NHS report suggests. It comes after the health service warned mumps cases are on the rise, with 235 new cases recorded across London between January and the end of June...

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One quarter of reception-aged kids in Westminster are an unhealthy weight

One quarter of reception-aged kids in Westminster are an unhealthy weight

A quarter of reception-aged children in the borough of Westminster are overweight, an NHS study says. Research for the 2018/19 school year, that was released this month, counted the number of children in every town and borough across England. It found that inner London boroughs are among the least healthy,...

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The Debate On VAR

The Debate On VAR

VAR (Video Assistant Referee) was introduced to the world stage, in the 2018 World Cup. Since its inception there has been debate between footballers, managers, officials and fans about whether it is beneficial to football. VAR was conceived in the early 2010s under the direction of the Royal Netherlands Football...

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Fulham ‘Castle’ becomes care home

Fulham ‘Castle’ becomes care home

  The historic Castle Club in Fulham looks set to be turned into a 33-room dementia-friendly care home. Hammersmith and Fulham Council this week approved plans to demolish the grade II-listed gothic revival building’s summerhouse, and refurbish its interior. The old house In Broomhouse Lane, close to the exclusive Hurlingham...

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PM pledges to support Grenfell survivors

PM pledges to support Grenfell survivors

PRIME Minister Boris Johnson has pledged to support Kensington and Chelsea council to rehouse the remaining people made homeless by the tragedy at Grenfell Tower. In a letter to the council leader, Conservative Elizabeth Campbell, the Prime Minister said: “I am determined to ensure that a tragedy such as Grenfell...

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