Day: February 27, 2015

Restaurant

London’s Best Restaurant Openings – March

By Jonathan Hatchman BAO – Soho Following the success of their six seat bar and Netil Market stall, the three founders behind BAO are set to open their first restaurant venture later in the month. Taking on a Soho premises, BAO will offer a selection of dishes inspired by the ...

Orgreave

Still Waiting: Orgreave Justice 30 Years On

By Dr Katy Shaw  The Battle of Orgreave was one of the most violent and iconic moments of the 1984-5 UK miners’ strike. On 18 June 1984, a sunny summer’s day in Yorkshire, around 4000 miners clashed with around 8000 police outside a British Steel coking plant. Official police video ...

Mourinho

Mourinho and the Power of “Mind Games”

Sport News 24/7 By Martin Percival   @MartinPercival0 Last December, after a string of incidents which involved Chelsea players receiving yellow cards for diving, Jose Mourinho accused the football establishment of waging a “campaign” against his team.  It was an interesting concept that stretched our imagination towards a conspiracy against ...

McCoy's

Competition: The Real McCoy’s of Football

McCoy’s has launched a new competition with The London Economic to celebrate their partnership with The Football League. To be in with a chance of winning a VIP package for you and a friend to a football league club game, all you have to do is enter your name and email address in ...

Cricket

Beware Too Much of A Good Thing

Sport News 24/7 By Rob McHugh  @mchughr  @TLE_Sport For as long as I can remember I have been in love with cricket, even growing up watching the under-performing England teams of the 90's. There is something magical about the ebb and flow of a test match, or the drama of ...

Six Nations

Wales v France – Brawn v Brawn

Sport News 24/7 By Ellie Caddick  @caddicksport  @TLE_Sport Saturday will see Wales cross the channel to take on France in their 3rd Six Nations match at the Stade de France. In the last ten years tournaments, Wales have won four championships, three of which have been grand slams, and France ...

Jihadism

Radicalizing Jihadi John

By Michael Duffy In the aftermath of the unveiling of Islamic State (IS) spokesman and executioner dubbed ‘Jihadi John’ as Kuwaiti-born Londoner Mohammed Emwazi, it became apparent that he had been on the radar of the intelligence services for some time, and that harassment by these services could have fuelled ...

Sentimental Photos Replaced by Boastagraphs

Sentimental Photos Replaced by Boastagraphs

New research has found sentimental photos may be a thing of the past with social media prompting generation 'Boastagraph'. The study found that the days of treasured photographs being placed in print photo albums and put away for safe-keeping has been replaced by instantly posting photos online to show off, ...

Mark Moriarty

Mark Moriarty crowned S.Pellegrino young chef winner

By Jon Hatchmann, Food Editor @TLE_food Mark Moriarty of The Culinary Counter Crowned UK & Ireland S. Pellegrino Young Chef Winner & Joins 20 Global Finalists. With over 3000 young chefs from across 191 countries having applied for this year’s competition, the 2015 S. Pellegrino Young Chef Competition is drawing ...