Day: November 26, 2014

Getting Gorgeous In Time For Christmas

By Tom Parker & Laura Casewell It’s officially a month until Christmas. With the countdown well and truly underway, the rush to look your best for the festive period is at the top of many of our to-do lists. With office Christmas parties and get-togethers with family and friends coming ...

Señor-Ceviche – Review

By Carlotta Stephens – Food writer Nestled on the second floor of the bustling Kingly Court, this Peruvian restaurant has taken London by storm and eight weeks into opening there is a huge buzz around the place. The popular pop-up Señor Ceviche is now a permanent fixture with neighbouring eateries ...

How to Celebrate Churchill’s Birthday: In the Oldest Cigar Merchants in the World

The Imitation Game: Boris on Churchill

To what extent is the Mayor of London Boris Johnson a political duplication of our revered war-time Prime Minister Winston Churchill? For all the undertones of that question littered across in the mayor’s latest book, The Churchill Factor, it is worth exploring. The first thing to note is that Johnson will ...

The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1 – Review

By Stephen Mayne, @finalreel   In a world awash with adaptations of young adult dystopian fiction, The Hunger Games series still towers above its brethren. The first two outings were fresh and thrilling experiences, full of colour, action and the newly minted star power of Jennifer Lawrence. She remains the chief ...

Culture of British Retail Banking Report

A new report has revealed a cultural change in banks may take a generation, with the cost of poor culture far exceeding previous estimates. British retail banks and building societies have paid out at least £38.5 billion in fines and redress for customers over the last 15 years, with at least £27 billion of ...