Day: 11 November 2015

The green shoots of Crowdfunding

By Ryan Carter @rwscarter There is a beautiful bottom-up revolution underway in the energy market, but like all revolutions there is hurdles the question is can the state facilitate the green revolution, I think it should. This requires putting into reverse how the state has been seen in market interventions ...

Remembrance Day: It is Time for us to Listen to the Peace Makers

By Nicholas Figgis Attempts by government ministers and their friends in the press to use the Remembrance ceremony as a political tool reached farcical heights this weekend. The Telegraph called in the big guns, citing the opinion of etiquette expert, William Hanson, whose heavyweight contribution to world affairs includes advice ...

Top 10 Real Ale Pubs in London

    The pub scene is thriving in London right now, but with such a proliferation of new craft bars, gastro ventures and costly refurbishments, how do you separate the wheat from the chaff? Well, we’ve compiled a list of the top ten real ale pubs in London to help ...

An Idiot’s Adventures In Gameland – Steve McNeil

24: The National Videogame Arcade (Wed 11th November 2015) Greetings, once again, dear word-absorber. What a busy week it is in Gameland. Last Thursday, I dashed over to Chris Slight’s house to record some videos with him for our podcast’s YouTube channel. Why a podcast needs a YouTube channel I ...

Bobby Moore Fund Annual Celebrity Sports Quiz

Sport News 24/7 By Richard de Winter  @rgdewinter  @TLE_Sport On Thursday, TLE Sport will be attending the 17th annual Bobby Moore Fund Celebrity Sports Quiz, and, in order not to look too foolish, we have been revising furiously, poring over old Playfair annuals, memorising the Jack Charlton Soccer Quiz book, ...

Help the environment and reduce your winter business costs

This week warnings from climate change scientists this informed us that the world is halfway towards the threshold that could result in dangerous climate change, revealing that average global temperatures have recorded a rise of one degree Celsius for the first time. The met office informed us that record warm ...

Brexit Digging up Ghosts of Britain’s Past

By Darragh Roche A BRITISH exit from the EU would decimate the Irish economy, according to a recent study from Ireland’s Economic and Social Research Institute (ESRI). The UK is by far Ireland’s largest source of imports and second largest export market. A Brexit would see Anglo-Irish trade fall by nearly ...

TFL has released a new walking tube map

By Joe Mellor, Deputy Editor "Get off a stop early," is the advice you might have been given when looking for simple ways to get healthy; well that's easy to say if you are on the bus, not as easy when you get the train, and the previous stop is ...