Global Warming in a Decade: A Timeline Review

Global Warming in a Decade: A Timeline Review

Global climate change can seem like a lot to process and understanding all the moving parts behind it can be overwhelming. This is especially true when trying to comprehend every change in Earth’s history. To make it a little easier, let’s look at how our climate and ecosystems have changed...

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School’s Out

School’s Out

In this uncertain era, there is some comfort to be taken in the opportunity to appreciate the here and now. Many of us may no longer use the excuse ‘I just don’t have the time’. Yet it’s easy to over-romanticise the notion of having less, technically, to do. Learn a...

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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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Build Back to Health

Build Back to Health

Britain’s current government is good at sound bite slogans, it’s how they won the election and tipped the close-run Brexit referendum vote. Boris has recently announced the intention to invest in infrastructure, hospitals, schools, transport and housing. He, Rishi Sunak and their advisors will need to do more to speed...

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Japan House London reopens for Londoners on 9 July

Japan House London reopens for Londoners on 9 July

Japan House London, the contemporary home for Japanese culture in the UK, will reopen its Ground Floor on Thursday, 9 July. Japan House London is one of the first cultural destinations in the UK to reopen to the public. Guests will be able to enjoy an in-depth cultural experience, from...

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The Search for Freedom in your Head

The Search for Freedom in your Head

Young people aged 13 to 25 y.o. from a West London youth theatre charity have created a piece of digital, depicting the lives of residents from Lancaster West Estate and what they are doing during these unprecedented times. As part of the ongoing project Estate Endz: SPID on the Web,...

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Antkind by Charlie Kaufman

Antkind by Charlie Kaufman

Whether you find Charlie Kaufman’s films enchanting or exhausting really depends on your tolerance for meta. From mysterious portals into the mind of John Malkovich, achingly sincere puppet sex or an ‘adaptation’ of The Orchid Thief where Kaufman writes himself into the script as the main character; the man’s oeuvre...

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Finance & Employment Q&A Event

Finance & Employment Q&A Event

Ask your questions to our expert panel consisting of Graham Hart, Head of Economic Development at RBK&C Council, Robert Moore, Managing Partner at BGM Accountants, and Anthony Wilcox, Partner – Employment Law at TWM Solicitors. This event gives members and guests the opportunity to put your questions to our expert...

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Jewellery from Cartier, Tiffany & Co, and Boucheronon sale at Ewbanks

Jewellery from Cartier, Tiffany & Co, and Boucheronon sale at Ewbanks

Ewbank’s, Surrey’s leading international auction house, is accepting entries for its Summer sale of jewellery and watches on July 22, following a successful jewellery auction in March which saw many estimate-busting final prices. The three-day event kicks off on July 22 when jewellery and watches will go under the hammer;...

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Capital must not lose out in ‘levelling up’

Capital must not lose out in ‘levelling up’

London must not lose out to other regions in the Government’s ‘levelling up’ plans, a top Mayoral official has warned. Sadiq Khan’s chief of staff David Bellamy said ministers needed to invest in the capital. Boris Johnson unveiled a £5 billion cash boost to rebuild Britain’s economy in the wake...

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The New Normal: what driving lessons in England will look like from Saturday 4th July

The New Normal: what driving lessons in England will look like from Saturday 4th July

The government recently announced that the driving school industry can recommence as of Saturday 4th July within England, but what everyone really wants to know is what that will look like. The team at Bill Plant Driving School are working hard behind the scenes to ensure that both driving instructors and...

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Time to get those treasures valued!

Time to get those treasures valued!

With the changes to lockdown meaning more and more of us able to leave the house, now is the perfect time for you to find out the value of all the treasure you found while having a clear out during those first few weeks of the pandemic. Sworders Auctioneers London...

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Discover a World of Possibilities at the Language Centre, SOAS University of London

Discover a World of Possibilities at the Language Centre, SOAS University of London

In the global village in which we live, the achievement of basic functional competence in a key world language is recognised as being a great asset. SOAS University of London, a centre of excellence in language study for over a century, offers classes in an unrivalled variety of world languages...

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