Spine Festival 2017: London’s family arts and culture festival

Spine Festival returns to London in March offering free activities to encourage young people and children to take part in arts workshops, shows and performances at many of London’s libraries. All activities are free including workshops and events, providing families with “interesting things to do together” as a chance to explore their...

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Hard Brexit: Banks drift to Frankfurt, Dublin, New York

Theresa May’s “Global Britain” speech in January confirmed government plans to leave the EU single market. The finance industry has been the most direct in estimating the number of jobs they may move from London operations to keep trading with EU ‘passporting’ rights. According to Bloomberg, Standard Chartered Plc and...

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Poland, Germany and Estonia are EU’s ‘worst power polluters’

According to data from climate Action Network and The World Bank, Poland, Germany and Estonia are the most polluting countries in the EU, with regards to producing power. All three countries have a long history of coal dependent power production, thought to be the deadliest air polluter. According to data...

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Genetic analysis finds British DNA is not so British after all

A major study of British ethnicity and genetics has found the average UK resident is only 37% British, or Anglo Saxon, claims AncestryDNA. Following microarray-based autosomal DNA testing, it emerged that Yorkshire is the most genetically British area of the UK (41.17%). East Midlands has the UK’s largest portion of...

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