Day: 18 March 2016

Shock poll puts Labour in front of Tories

Shock poll puts Labour in front of Tories

By Joe Mellor, Deputy Editor Labour are ahead in a poll for the first time since Jeremy Corbyn became leader of the party, heaping more bad news on the Chancellor. The poll results will make grim reading for the Conservative party who have lost a lot of support over their ...

BAO of Soho: Restaurant Review

BAO of Soho: Restaurant Review

By James Walker I had a date – a rare occasion for a guy that looks like a bargain bucket Damian Lewis. How did I decide to impress her? By taking to her to a restaurant that happened to be renowned for its queues. I’m not opposed to queueing. I’ve ...

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Spirit of the Month – The Wild Geese Irish Honey Liqueur

By Jonathan Hatchman, Food Editor, @TLE_Food A gentle introduction for drinkers new to the whiskey category, The Wild Geese Honey Liqueur is the first and only premium honey liqueur produced in Ireland. Created and designed by Protégé International Limited, The Wild Geese Irish Liqueur joins the likes of the world’s ...

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Restaurant Review – Blacks Club

By Mischa Mack Private Members Club. Three words often translated as: inaccessible, aloof and affected. Add ‘in London’ and it’s as good as an outstretched hand held vertically in front of your face. So, when I was invited for lunch at Blacks - a PMC in Soho, no less - my ...

In Pictures…Mad Mods and a Camera

In Pictures…Mad Mods and a Camera

By Joe Mellor, Deputy Editor Duncan James, an art director at a London based advertising agency, is spending a year capturing the lives of Mods and Mod culture. A project he has called "Mad Mods and a Camera." He says: “It all started on Remembrance Sunday when I drove by ...

VIDEO – Tory Nicky Morgan’s Car Crash Response to Disability Cuts

VIDEO – Tory Nicky Morgan’s Car Crash Response to Disability Cuts

By Joe Mellor, Deputy Editor Senior Tory Nicky Morgan struggled on Question Time when she was asked a series of questions about the Government's £4.4bn cut to PIP (Personal Independence Payments) to disabled people, while offering tax cuts to middle class households and big business. Morgan, who is the Education ...

Fun in Fukuoka

Fun in Fukuoka

Sean Sheehan travels 700 miles south of Tokyo Fukuoka, Japan’s sixth largest city, is a refreshing alternative to the ultramodern, neon-lit skyscrapers and anime shops of the bustling capital. Compared to Tokyo, where you have to strain your neck to see the sky, its low-rise cityscape feels liberating. Surrounded on three sides by ...