Night Tube to resume from November

Night Tube to resume from November

Night Tube services on the Victoria and Central lines will resume from November 27, Mayor of London Sadiq Khan has confirmed. The decision comes amid widespread concern about the safety of women and girls following the high-profile murders of Sabina Nessa and Sarah Everard. A petition calling for the Night...

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KCW London Crossword winner: September 2021

KCW London Crossword winner: September 2021

This month’s crossword winner, in record time is  Joanna Yeldham from London S.E.5! Joanna will collect a bottle of bubbly from our wonderful suppliers Lea & Sandeman’s. The bottle can be collected with proof of identity from Sandor Hamar at Lea and Sandeman 106 Kensington Church Street.     

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The BBC to make their entire archive available to students

The BBC to make their entire archive available to students

The entire digitised BBC broadcast archive is being made available to students in formal education in the UK from next year. It includes millions of TV and Radio programmes, including interviews and features with almost every major cultural, artistic, political and sporting figure of the last 100 years, as well...

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DWP Youth Hub opens at Westminster Adult Education Service

DWP Youth Hub opens at Westminster Adult Education Service

DWP launched its Westminster Youth Hub at the Westminster Adult Education Service (WAES) Lisson Grove Centre on 20 September 2021 WAES is partnering with the DWP JCP in Marylebone to host one of the 110 Youth Hubs across the UK.  The Youth Hubs will be a focus point for all...

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The Royal Society of Sculptors

The Royal Society of Sculptors

Sitting confidently, albeit incongruously, amongst white stucco Italianate villas, and next to a Shell petrol station on the Old Brompton Road, is an ornate, red brick, double-fronted, Dutch-gabled building with leaded windows, called Dora House. This is home to The Royal Society of Sculptors, founded in 1905 by some of...

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Hammersmith hospitals urgently need £1.3 billion worth of repair works

Hammersmith hospitals urgently need £1.3 billion worth of repair works

Hammersmith hospitals will need £1.3 billion to fix an urgent backlog of repairs – the biggest backlog of any NHS organisation. Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust will need the massive sum of cash to prevent a high-risk disruption to services in the future, partly due to the age of their...

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£1 Billion extension to the Northern Line opening September 20th

£1 Billion extension to the Northern Line opening September 20th

Two new stations in Battersea on the Northern Line are set to open on September 20, with work costing £1 billion. Transport for London has confirmed the Northern Line extension will include a station at Battersea Power Station and Nine Elms – the home to the famous Sky Pool. The...

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@Zola

@Zola

For those loudly prophesying the downfall of high art in the 21st century, @Zola should serve less as grist for the mill than as dynamite: a film based entirely on a twitter thread, quelle horreur! In 2015, Aziah Wells, a twitter user (is there an appropriate diminutive? Tweeter? Twit?) with...

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Is streaming an oligopoly?

Is streaming an oligopoly?

 A lawsuit against Activision Blizzard by the state of California has resparked the debate around workplace culture in the gaming industry. Stories of harassment and discrimination of women in the workplace are not new, a survey in 2014 by the international game developers association found that many women struggled to...

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