On the 50th anniversary of the decriminalisation of Homosexuality in the UK, LGBT lives still criminalised in 72 countries, report finds

On the 50th anniversary of the decriminalisation of Homosexuality in the UK, LGBT lives still criminalised in 72 countries, report finds

Whilst England and Wales saw the decriminalisation of homosexuality fifty years ago today, 72 other countries and territories continue to criminalise same-sex relationships, including 45 in which sexual relationships between women are outlawed. According to an annual report released by the International Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans and Intersex Association (ILGA),...

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Police accused of using ‘postcode lottery’ system to catch driving offences

Police accused of using ‘postcode lottery’ system to catch driving offences

  Police marshalling roads for driving offences, have been accused of prosecuting boroughs unfairly.This comes as recent data from ‘RoadPeace’, the national charity for road crash victims, found major variations in amounts of offences between boroughs after analysing police data for traffic offences in 2017. The data claims there were...

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New station entrance on Cannon Street now linked to Tube tunnels for first time

New station entrance on Cannon Street now linked to Tube tunnels for first time

The modernisation of Bank Tube Station has reached a significant new milestone, with the first breakthrough between a new entrance on Cannon Street and the newly constructed Northern line Tube tunnel made on the 15th March. The breakthrough will make further construction work easier, helping to ensure the hugely important...

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The Importance of the Arts in Education

The Importance of the Arts in Education

Music, dance, theatre, poetry and the visual arts must be seen as fundamental to the education process and should always be at the forefront of educational planning.  An arts-based education is integral to human development, speaking to what cannot be effectively put into words, making us complete as individuals and...

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Past Imperfect, Future tense.

Past Imperfect, Future tense.

“Okay. But you hate the outdoors, your sense of balance could be sponsored by Special Brew, you think the people who do do it are tossers and you’re petrified of water.” I said, encouragingly. “I know, but I’ve got to take a punt…,” Tom said, “out… just once.” Even though...

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Artisan, 222 Portobello Rd W11

Artisan, 222 Portobello Rd W11

‘Artisan’ is situated near the top end of Portobello, and it’s not the posh part. It’s dimly lit inside, so the frontage puts you in mind of one of those member’s clubs that requires a couple of discreet knocks on the door to gain entry. Happily, looks are deceptive in...

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Extinction Rebellion and young people lead anti-climate change activist movement

Extinction Rebellion and young people lead anti-climate change activist movement

With climate change being one of the biggest global issues in the world right now, activist organisation  ‘Extinction Rebellion’ are drawing attention to the issue, with significant protests.      The organisation was set up in September 2018 and has brought huge amounts of media coverage and public support to the...

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Dr. Pamela Edmonds & ‘The Hampshire School, Chelsea’

Dr. Pamela Edmonds & ‘The Hampshire School, Chelsea’

Dr. Pamela Edmonds has enjoyed her first 6 months as the new head of the Hampshire School, Chelsea. An extensive academic background backed up with a huge amount of ambition and passion for the school. We talked with her about her passion for providing an exemplary arts education for the...

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Emma Kunz: Visionary Drawings

Emma Kunz: Visionary Drawings

Not knowing anything about spiritual art, drawing with a pendulum or healing, I entered the Serpentine Gallery wide-eyed, and with a fairly open mind. The exhibition of Emma Kunz’s geometric drawings is timed with the third instalment of the symposium on interspecies consciousness, The Shape of a Circle in the...

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Wandsworth Council’s Wandsworth Arts Fringe  presents  #WAF10

Wandsworth Council’s Wandsworth Arts Fringe presents #WAF10

MAY 3-19 2019   WANDSWORTH ARTS FRINGE IS TEN! Tickets are on sale for South London’s premiere arts festival as it rockets into its second decade. To celebrate this landmark birthday, #WAF10 highlights ten projects which celebrate the artists, companies and organisations that have been part of been part of...

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Extinction Rebellion and young people lead anti-climate change activist movement

Extinction Rebellion and young people lead anti-climate change activist movement

With climate change being one of the biggest global issues in the world right now, activist organisation  ‘Extinction Rebellion’ are drawing attention to the issue, with significant protests. The organisation was set up in September 2018 and has brought huge amounts of media coverage and public support to the issue...

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