The Female Tax: Women pay more for reproductive health financially, emotionally and socially

The Female Tax: Women pay more for reproductive health financially, emotionally and socially

Major failings by the government, in the NHS, and by retailers result in women being worse off financially, emotionally and socially when it comes to reproductive health. New research by specialist lawyers Bolt Burdon Kemp has uncovered, among other stark findings, that women are worse off than men on four...

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Cafe Tangerine opens its doors at the Institut francais

Cafe Tangerine opens its doors at the Institut francais

The Institut français is delighted to announce the opening of Café Tangerine, a new cafe-restaurant within its cultural centre in South Kensington. High-quality food, creative dishes and great flavours combined with stylish settings, a welcoming environment and a relaxing atmosphere will be on the menu of Café Tangerine. Part of...

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London’s homelessness charity returns to the Royal Festival Hall for their annual gala concert

London’s homelessness charity returns to the Royal Festival Hall for their annual gala concert

Internationally renowned singers, and Royal Opera House regulars, Michael Fabiano and Joyce El-Khoury, will lead performances for the 19th annual Night Under The Stars concert at the Royal Festival Hall on the 5th of November to raise money for London-based homelessness charity The Passage. They will be accompanied by Streetwise Opera, the...

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