“Inside Rolls-Royce” Exhibition: Review

Following the hugely positive reaction to this year’s Channel 4 television documentary about the brand, Rolls-Royce Motor Cars has decided to engage directly with fans new and old in a series of free live exhibitions called ‘Inside Rolls-Royce’ presented by Rolls-Royce Motor Cars. ‘Inside Rolls-Royce’ will treat guests to an...

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Is your horned frog a health hazard?

Worried what your monkey might pass on to you? Is you hyena hygienic? Exotic pets have now become so widespread, official health warnings have been issued by the Emergent Disease Foundation. Owning exotic animals, “most likely causes thousands of cases of human illness annually and occasional deaths,” according to the...

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Jack Bruce, the cream that came to the top

Bass players are often given short shrift in the public perception. Without the perceived mystique of guitarists and singers, or the berserk ferocity of famed drummers such as Keith Moon, they are often unfairly left to languish by the side of the stage, basking in reflected glory. Not so Jack...

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A city of two tales: London boroughs rank at the very top and bottom of average business turnover in Britain

Research released today on business hotspots in the UK shows that two London constituencies ranked 1st and 632nd in a British league table of business performance.   The ‘BAS Business Heat Map’ analyses average annual turnover of businesses according to the constituency in which they are based.   The findings,...

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Julian Savea – a ‘no dickhead policy’ pays off

In this year’s slate of Autumn Rugby Internationals, during which the Home Nation sides take on a travelling contingent from the antipodeans, there was one team held up as the best, unanimously recognised as the one to beat, New Zealand. Since they claimed the World Cup at home in 2011,...

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