London landlords and houses worst in Britain

1 in 5 London property renters have deemed their landlord a ‘nightmare’ according to a recent survey undertaken by Help Link. The same study also revealed that London properties are the worst in the country as 23 percent of them are ‘bad value for money’ and that renters were paying...

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South West Trains announce price hikes

Commuters will pay an extra 7p per journey on South West Trains from 2 January 2017, the company announced in a statement. Although below 2.3 percent, the national average increase across all train suppliers, this 1.5 percent fare increase has been met with opposition, not least from the Rail, Maritime...

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Choral Conductor Hannah Brine invites singers for festive music weekend in London

Choral conductor Hannah Brine invites singers to join her in Central London on 10th and 11th December for a truly festive musical weekend. Over the weekend Hannah, who founded local community choir Kensington Singers, is running two events: On Saturday 10th December from 2-5.30pm, Hannah is hosting an a cappella...

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Mikhail’s tale and the Queen’s trail

The Mikhail Tal Memorial chess tournament was played at the Museum of Russian Impressionism, Moscow from the 25th.September – 6th.October. This was the 6th event of the ‘ Chess in Museums Project’. This international project is supported by the Russian Chess Federation with funding from the Elena and Gennady Timchenko...

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Premier League Football: 3rd to 4th of December

Premier League Football: 3rd to 4th of December

Saturday, 3 December: Manchester City v. Chelsea, Etihad Stadium, 12:30 Is this to be a momentous moment in the Premier League title race? Its rare that a game of this magnitude lives up to the billing, but this was superb. A cagey opening exploded into life as Sergio Aguero appeared...

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