Day: October 21, 2014

Is Co-working a Business Model That Works for Everyone?

Many businesses, particularly those based in London, are being forced to re-think how they rent office space. Permanent offices aren't always the right solution for businesses and with a plethora of alternative options now on the market many firms are looking to re-think their working environment. But what about co-working? ...

What Next For Poyet and Sunderland?

Sport News 24/7 By Stuart Buck @TLE_Sport The noise inside Gus Poyet’s head on Saturday afternoon must have been deafening. Forget about the actual noise in St. Mary’s, that was merely the fully justified cacophony of a set of supporters more than entitled to enjoy themselves; the number of questions ...

Bands Without Original Members

By Chris Tate, Music Reporter On Friday morning I switched on Radio 2, my usual morning ritual, to hear the new single by Take That. It will mark their first release as a trio since Jason Orange left little less than a month ago. This got me thinking. Is it ...

Hold Your Own

Jack Peat reviews Hold Your Own by Kate Tempest  Poetry is a multi-faceted literary tool that releases the human in us. It pulls at our heart strings, exposes our insecurities and showcases our inner self in the rawest way possible. I've watched some remarkable biographical films, read some wonderful autobiographies, memoirs ...

The Honor Oak – Review

“Let’s walk,” I said after we decided to go for Sunday lunch at the newly refurbished Honor Oak Tavern in Forest Hill. Mrs TLE didn’t like the idea, “it’s either that or we go for a run first” I added, before she quickly scuttled towards the door. We set off on ...

Brew café – Review

We came to Brew café for dinner on a very wet (we can’t blame them for the weather) Tuesday evening and it was nice to be greeted by the friendly staff as we stepped into the venue and out of the torrential rain. This eatery is based next to Wandsworth ...

Top Ten Wonders of Hong Kong

By Alex Ure Hong Kong is the place to be. Here are the top ten places Alex Ure, a visitor and short-time resident of Hong Kong, feels fascinated by. 1. Victoria Peak With 360 degree views towering over Hong Kong’s distinguishable skyline and mountainous sea views this is undoubtedly one ...

Cambridge: Naked on the riverbank

Albinia Stanley revisits a Cambridge nudist colony that is still going strong despite the weather. Cambridge comes into its own on clear days, flowering into the ghost of a city that only really exists in Inter-War novels. It’s damp October now; the heavy chestnuts which lined the river in May, ...

Can London dethrone Oxbridge?

By Jack Peat, Editor of The London Economic  Every year since 1856, as the first leaf buds appear on trees and daffodils can be seen in terraced gardens and along the banks of public parks, Oxford and Cambridge eights race along the River Thames as part of the most watched ...

21/10/14

By Charlotte Hope, Lifestyle Editor @TLE_Lifestyle Bono has glaucoma  So I was really quite annoyed to find U2 on my iPhone about a month ago, unannounced, as though I wanted it there. I did not. I’ve told everyone I can about it, and now I’m telling the internet. You’d think ...