Summer holiday fund looks to help London youth stay crime free

Summer holiday fund looks to help London youth stay crime free

The long awaited summer holidays are here, and this year looks to be particularly exciting for many children across London. Thanks to the John Lyon’s Charity, children across the city will have access to fun, free activities and programmes during the summer, in an attempt to combat ‘activity hunger’. With...

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Small businesses award recognizes sustainable brands success

Small businesses award recognizes sustainable brands success

Although not many people are aware of it, the tissue industry is worth a combined £50bn and has failed to experience a disruption in years. However, by satisfying the growing appetite for environmentally friendly products, The Cheeky Panda has found itself booming worldwide and were the winners of this year’s...

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UK makes financial commitment to MH17 investigation on anniversary of flight being shot down

UK makes financial commitment to MH17 investigation on anniversary of flight being shot down

Five years ago today (July 17) Malaysia Airlines flight 17 was shot out of the sky over Ukraine resulting in the deaths of 283 passengers and 15 crew members on board.  Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt has paid tribute to the victims by announcing that the UK will provide financial support...

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The Egerton House Hotel Afternoon Tea Review

The Egerton House Hotel Afternoon Tea Review

When the dog you have taken to afternoon tea is gifted with his very own bottle of pawsecco; a non-alcoholic, grape-free, animal-friendly rosé ‘wine’, you know your expectations are about to be blown out of all proportion. Reggie, the adorable, enthusiastic and inquisitive Toy Poodle found his own station, on...

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The Palace of Westminster

The Palace of Westminster

When visiting the Palace of Westminster, you will see the works of many famous sculptors, architects and painters set amidst countless frescoes, murals, tiled floors, vaulted ceilings, heraldic badges, coats of arms and State Regalia. You will walk along the corridors of power, view the Chamber of the House of...

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Having problems with a Hernia?

Having problems with a Hernia?

This article is authored by HCA Healthcare UK. Many people do not realise quite what an important role our abdominal walls play in everyday life. Made up of multiple muscular and fascial layers and covered by fat and skin,  it helps to house and protect some of the major organs...

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The Duck and Rice Review

The Duck and Rice Review

Good quality Chinese food (not the take away variety), dog-friendly, vegetarian- friendly and in Soho? The Duck and Rice provides all of the above at an affordable price. The restaurant encouraged us to bring along Reggie the Toy Poodle who was greeted with as much gusto as ourselves. The Duck...

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Highway maintenance backlog hits £1 billion mark, warns third annual “State of the City” report

Highway maintenance backlog hits £1 billion mark, warns third annual “State of the City” report

London’s highways are suffering from chronic underinvestment, warns the third annual “State of the City” report from the London Technical Advisers Group (LoTAG) and London Councils. This year, the maintenance backlog has reached £1 billion. The maintenance of London’s highways is no small undertaking, with the category of “highways” encompassing...

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Heathrow unveils Botanical Tapestry with Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew

Heathrow unveils Botanical Tapestry with Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew

Travellers set to depart from Heathrow Terminal 2 over the summer holidays are in for a treat as Heathrow and Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew today unveil a unique, hand-made 12 metre squared Botanical Tapestry, depicting global flora in intricate and colourful detail. The botanical installation has been created to celebrate...

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