Day: February 25, 2016

TLE

Bar Review – American Bar at The Savoy Hotel

By Jonathan Hatchman, Food Editor, @TLE_Food Widely renowned as the oldest surviving cocktail bar in England – as well as being one of the finest – The American Bar at The Savoy is particularly steeped in British history. First opened in 1893, four years after the initial opening of it’s ...

Boris Johnson’s ‘Out’ Vote Aids ‘In’ Vote

Boris Johnson’s ‘Out’ Vote Aids ‘In’ Vote

Boris Johnson's decision to support the 'Out' party in the referendum on Europe has resulted in a public swing of two per cent towards staying ‘In’ the EU, new research has revealed. Data from betting exchange Matchbook has revealed that Britain is in favour of remaining in the EU, with punters believing ...

Politics and Tourism in Cape Town

Politics and Tourism in Cape Town

"Make no mistake", our taxi driver, a black South African told us on the way back from a shark diving expedition, "racism is as rife as it ever has been in our country." Politics had been on the agenda as soon as we stepped off the plane in Cape Town's ...

Don’t Call Us Refugees, We’re Visitors

Don’t Call Us Refugees, We’re Visitors

Film Student from Milton Keynes Creates Heart Wrenching Documentary on the Syrian Refugee Crisis For most of us, the genre of ‘student film’ sparks connotations of budget sets and pranks. But one student has pushed the boundaries of the genre with his poignant exploration of the ramifications of the war ...

The London Economic

The Most Right-Swiped Jobs on Tinder

Tinder has released data on the “Most Right-Swiped” jobs on its dating app, with pilots coming out on top for men and Physical Therapists for women. Founder/Entrepreneur, Teacher and Model ranked highly for both males and females, and media jobs are also popular. Job and education integration, which was introduced in November, ...

The Flying Scotsman Departs On Inaugural Run

The Flying Scotsman Departs On Inaugural Run

The Flying Scotsman departed London King's Cross this morning en route to York on its inaugural run after restoration. After ten years and £4.2 million spent the loco has been restored to its historic British Rail green and is now running the famous route up the East Coast of Britain - ...