Day: 23 September 2014

Ida – Review

By Anna Power @KitNapz Ida is a profoundly moving, visually mesmerizing coming of age tale, steeped in the shadowy secrecy of post-holocaust, Poland.   At eighteen, Ida, a novitiate, is about to take her vows but before doing so, her mother superior asks her to spend some time with her ...

The Cockpit, Leeds – An End of an Era

By Harry Bedford, Music Editor Underneath the arches of the viaduct adjacent to Leeds Railway Station stands the remains of a legendary music venue, Leeds’ own Cavern Club. It may only have been there 20 years and may not have been that well known outside the city, but this dark ...

Financial hardship fund for industry whistleblowers encouraged

The Chartered Institute for Securities & Investment (CISI) has launched a Speak Up campaign encouraging financial services industry firms to adopt a Speak Up policy for whistleblowers. New research has found there is overwhelming support for introducing US-style whistleblower incentives to the UK. When asked whether the UK should offer ...

10 signs you are heading for divorce

 By Sara Davison - life and divorce coach Some of us fall out of love slowly and over time, some of us meet a new partner and for others our break up comes as a complete shock and totally out of the blue. Whatever the situation there are always warning signs ...

How the Scottish Referendum Affected the Stock Market

A review of how the Scottish Referendum affected the stock market, Apple report record sales of iPhone 6, and Alibaba post IPO record by Jonny Smith.  After a summer break, this weeks article will assess the effect of the Scottish referendum on the strength of the currency and stock market. ...

What now for the Union?

By Tomás McGoldrick, Ireland Correspondent After the historic vote on whether Scotland would retake its place among the nations of the world resulted in a no, the prediction was that the issue would be settled for a generation. What seems to be happening, however, is that the closeness of the ...

I want to live in…East Dulwich

I want to live in…East Dulwich

East Dulwich is often called the Crouch End of the South. Expect mums, prams and a Gymboree in your local café. Sitting between its posh older brother (wealthy Dulwich Village) and its wayward little sister (trendy Peckham) it feels like it takes a bit of both and still feels like ...

I want to live in…Peckham

I want to live in…Peckham

If you don’t already live in Peckham then you have probably missed the boat getting a cheap property. The aspirant middle classes moved in a couple of years ago, which has brought a café and bar culture to the area, as well as inflated prices. But if you want to ...

23/09/14

By Charlotte Hope, @charlottehope Emma Watson is a Feminist  There’s very little disparaging I can actually say about this but I feel it should probably be brought up. Emma Watson (Hermione, for those of you who don’t know) is the UN Women’s Goodwill Ambassador and is the face and spokesperson ...