Day: May 9, 2016

Study Shows Brand Loyalty Is At An All-Time High

Study Shows Brand Loyalty Is At An All-Time High

Brand loyalty is at an all-time high, according to a new study. Some 70 per cent of Brits rarely deviate from their favourite brands of food and drink, and folk tend to stick to the same type of tea or coffee, watch the same TV programmes and eat from the same takeaway ...

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Premier League Team of the Season

Sport News 24/7 Yes it’s that time of the year again.  The weather is warming up, the end of the football season is nigh so this (not very) discerning journalist has picked TLE’s team of the season.  The PFA may have already chosen their team, but I know this is ...

Alex Lodge: Weekly Report Vol 42

Alex Lodge: Weekly Report Vol 42

By Alex Lodge (@alexlodgemusic | Insta @alexlodgemusic7) Alex Lodge is a music supervisor for film, TV and advertising at Thirty Two.  The collective hangover from yesterday’s hottest-day-of-the-year public park frolicking hangs heavy over the city today as Monday grinds its miserable gears towards home-time. Open your ears and take your ...

The Myth of American Democracy

The Myth of American Democracy

By Oliver Ward With dark clouds gathering Donald Trump and Hilary Clinton look set to be the two presidential nominations. Like the rest of the world I have been watching the race with a kind of suspended belief. Even when states began toppling into the abyss like Eisenhower's dominoes in ...

Redbridge Indian Communities React To ‘Patronising’ Goldsmith Campaign

How To Lose The Mayoral Race And Alienate People

By Abeer Sharma Soon after midnight on Saturday morning, Labour’s Sadiq Khan vanquished his Conservative rival Zac Goldsmith and became the next Mayor of London. Khan’s comprehensive victory was the denouement in what ultimately proved a procession of a mayoral race. This was in no major part down to Zac ...

TLE Meets…Card Ninja

TLE Meets…Card Ninja

By Joe Mellor, Deputy Editor Welcome back to the UK! Apart from our world-famous food and weather, what do you look forward to when you come here? Pubs and Pointless - I'm fascinated by the amount of filler in that show but I love it. The variety of restaurants here is incredible. I ...

The costliest object on the planet will be in Britain

The costliest object on the planet will be in Britain

By Joe Mellor, Deputy Editor It has been claimed by Greenpeace that the new Hinkley power station will be the most expensive object on Earth. The environmental group believes the total cost of the controversial project will cost up to a colossal £24bn, eighteen time more the world’s tallest building, ...

Hunt’s weekend death claim ripped apart by study

Hunt’s weekend death claim ripped apart by study

By Joe Mellor, Deputy Editor A medical expert has said that Jeremy Hunt might be “trying to solve a problem that doesn’t exist,” regarding increase weekend death claims. Prof Peter Rothwell laid into Hunt in the Mirror for not carrying out “due diligence” in a report which dismissed his claims ...

Computer To Pick ODI Teams In New North vs South Series

Computer To Pick ODI Teams In New North vs South Series

Cricket is set to have a Moneyball-esque ODI series next year with a computer picking teams for a North vs South of England tournament in Abu Dhabi. Two teams will be picked using the Professional Cricketers' Association's Most Valued Player ratings formula, which is akin to the sophisticated sabermetric approach postulated by Michael Lewis ...

There’s Tits In My Garden

There’s Tits In My Garden

This weekend, as temperatures hit a scorching 26 degrees in most places and the first signs of summer could be seen, I came across the most curious thing; tits in my garden. Well into the month of May, we are now also well into the bird nesting season. When out ...