Life post Brexit

Life post Brexit

With the transition period drawing to a close, with or without a trade deal, the Government has issued some information regarding how life will change from next year. This includes alterations to how UK citizens will travel in and out of the EU, what will change if you are an...

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Stanleys 

Stanleys 

Stanleys 151 Sydney St SW3 The hospitality business is slowly beginning to bounce back but there’s not many who have taken the bold decision to open a new enterprise in these tricky times, yet Stanley’s has taken the plunge. Located just off the King’s Rd in the courtyard behind the...

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Asteroids

Asteroids

Asteroids are rocky worlds revolving around the Sun, also known as planetesimals; they are the remnants left over from the early formation of our solar system about 4.6 billion years ago, that are too small to be called planets. Most of this ancient space rubble can be found orbiting between...

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Wildlife Photographer of the Year Exhibition launches in October 2020

Wildlife Photographer of the Year Exhibition launches in October 2020

The Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2020 exhibition at the Natural History Museum will open from 16 October 2020 until 6 June 2021. Winners will be announced virtually from the Hintze Hall, in the museum itself, on 13 October 2020.  The world’s longest-running global photography and photojournalism contest has returned...

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Electronic: From Kraftwerk to The Chemical Brothers at the Design Museum

Electronic: From Kraftwerk to The Chemical Brothers at the Design Museum

Electronic: From Kraftwerk to The Chemical Brothers The Design Museum 31 July–14 February 2021 Tickets: From £16 After the long, pandemic-induced hiatus, High Street Kensington’s Design Museum reopened their doors with one of the first exhibits to open since lockdown began: Electronic: From Kraftwerk to The Chemical Brothers. For potential...

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UK’s top universities slip in global rankings

UK’s top universities slip in global rankings

Nearly three-quarters of the UK’s top universities, including Oxford and UCL, have fallen in international league table rankings. 62 of the top 84 British institutions were downgraded for the fourth consecutive year according to a 2021 university guide from Quacquarelli Symonds (QS), a publishing firm. Oxford dropped from fourth to...

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London takes the lead for tech students

London takes the lead for tech students

London has been ranked as the top city in the world to be a tech student outside the US. That’s according to Business Fibre which looked at ‘30 of the world’s greatest tech cities’ and measured them against a set criteria including research spending and total tech/STEM employees and employers.  ...

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Royal Museums Greenwich to participate in the Heritage Open Days Festival 2020 with a series of events at the Prince Philip Maritime Collections Centre

Royal Museums Greenwich to participate in the Heritage Open Days Festival 2020 with a series of events at the Prince Philip Maritime Collections Centre

Following the success of last year’s participation in the Heritage Open Days Festival, Royal Museums Greenwich will be joining the 2020 festival between 14 and 19 September 2020 in a very different way. The collection stores and conservation studios at the Prince Philip Maritime Collections Centre (PPMCC) are throwing open...

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