Eurexiting and Euremaining

Britain has always been one of the least European countries in Europe, and maintained a reputation for harbouring the strongest eurosceptic traditions.   However, in a recent survey by the Pew Research Centre, the so called “British question” appears to have spread across the channel and onto the continent. With...

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A Twist of Lemmon at St James Theatre

Two time academy award winning actor Jack Lemmon won over the hearts of generations of audiences with a career that spanned over half a century. Fifteen years after his death and his son, Chris, himself a prolific performer, is honouring him with a one man show about his life: A...

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Brexit ‘could increase shopping bill by £220 a year’

Another argument can be added to the list of how Brexit could damage the country. A new report has recently suggested that a vote to leave could increase the cost of everyday items by £220 a year. These figures would leave the average family paying out an extra £123 a...

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The most magnificent medal collection of Andrey Khazin

The most magnificent medal collection of Andrey Khazin

When I arrive in the Promenade bar of the Dorchester Hotel, Russian Professor Andrey Khazin is waiting eagerly for our interview. He sits on the edge of his chair from beginning to end talking with what can only be described as the “zeal of a collector.” This is exactly what...

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The cravat is dead, long live the cravat

Cravats are the opposite of an essential. It is for this reason I ever so slightly balked when my editor asked me for my first Sartorius column in the paper to entitled: “Mens Essential Accessories: Cravats.” In fact, for the first week of research I rather felt the proverbial noose...

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Royal Albert Hall Tea Dance

Following a hugely popular event in the venue’s Elgar Room, on Monday 4 July the Royal Albert Hall is holding a Tea Dance in its iconic main auditorium. Live music will be provided by the Hall’s very own Albert’s Big Band, featuring some of the hottest talent on today’s jazz...

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First overseas UN Secretary General debate held in London

First overseas UN Secretary General debate held in London

Earlier this month, the Barbican hosted the first ever overseas United Nations debate as part of the 1 for 7 billion election campaign searching for a new UN Secretary General.   While only 3 of the 12 candidates could attend the debate, it was an historic occasion for both the...

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