Day: May 6, 2015

New home banner

Main political parties’ housing pledges

By Bea Patel, Property Editor and Director of Shop for an Agent, the estate agent comparison site It's not surprising that the political parties' are including housing as a key policy in their manifesto for the upcoming election tomorrow. We're in the midst of a housing crisis, with half the ...

Future bright for British skiing

Future bright for British skiing

Sport News 24/7 By Milly Cooper  @MillyCooper  @TLE_Sport One of the final events of the 2014/15 British Alpine snow sporting calendar was the Delancey British Alpine Children’s Championships, an annual race that brings together young athletes from all over the UK as well as international entrants, in order to compete ...

Southampton Player of the Season: José Fonte

Southampton Player of the Season: José Fonte

Sport News 24/7 By James Mackney  @JimMackney  @TLE_Sport When José Fonte arrived from Crystal Palace in January 2010 for a sum in the region of £1.2 million it was with an air of bemusement; after all Fonte had decided to step down from the Championship with Crystal Palace to join ...

TLE Meets…Lee Stafford

TLE Meets…Lee Stafford

By Amy Sharpe Over the last eight years I have veered between two hairstyles: overly-straightened, and a Russell Brand bird nest. Despite many a woman telling me they ‘would kill for curly hair’ all my life, I’ve yet to embrace my curls. Mainly because I haven’t got a clue what ...

Eurozone

Eurozone: Springing into recovery

  By Nathan Lee, TLE Correspondent  Europe is getting back on track, according to Schroders' Senior European Economist Azad Zangana, who believes the unclogging of the banking sector along with falling oil prices and quantitative easing is prompting better-than-expected results. Despite Greece being nowhere nearer to agreeing the terms of its next bailout, raising ...

Phoenix

Phoenix – Film Review

By Stephen Mayne Is it possible to escape the past and do we ever really want to? Now on their sixth feature together, Christian Petzold and Nina Hoss turn to the dark depths of Germany’s recent history to delve into a noir infused world of blind hope and half-truths. As Hoss’ ...

Film Review

Heaven Adores You – Film Review

By Stephen Mayne  It was film that brought me to Elliott Smith, and it’s in film that director Nickolas Dylan Rossi finds him again. I was 15 and in search of something when I first came across the scene in The Royal Tenenbaums where Luke Wilson tries to take his own ...