Day: June 2, 2016

DVD Review: 600 Miles

DVD Review: 600 Miles

Review by Leslie Byron Pitt Gabriel Ripstein’s minimalist 600 Miles has a naïve, young gun runner (Kristyan Ferrer) deciding that the best thing to do with an injured ATF agent (Tim Roth) is to take him hostage. It’s a novice mistake and one that many could only see happening in ...

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Restaurant Review – Oliver Maki

By Jonathan Hatchman, Food Editor, @TLE_Food Technology is taking over the world. At the end of last year, a brand new restaurant – eatsa - opened in San Francisco, serving quick efficient lunches without the use of any human servers, merely employing one member of concierge staff to oversee the ...

New poll sees Labour drawing level with Tories

Corbyn pledges to scrap TTIP

By Joe Mellor, Deputy Editor Jeremy Corbyn has vowed to bin the EU’s highly controversial free trade deal (TTIP) with America. During an anti-Brexit rally he promised to get rid of the trade deal if he is voted in as PM before it is implemented. He hates the deal so ...

Global number of slaves reaches 46 million

Global number of slaves reaches 46 million

By Joe Mellor, Deputy Editor Shocking news has emerged that almost 46 million people are estimated to be living as slaves. The research was carried out by the Walk Free Foundation and is supported by A-list star Russell Crowe. The foundation is paid for by wealthy business man Andrew Forrest, who ...

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Greater London Property Prices Hit Record £600,000

Property prices in Greater London have breached the £600,000 mark for the first time, according to LCP’s Land Registry analysis. The continued upward trajectory for property prices in Greater London has resulted in swelled property prices driven by record lows in mortgage rates and beneficial falls in basic rate Stamp Duty. England ...

Fakebook: Are We All As Happy As We Look?

Fakebook: Are We All As Happy As We Look?

"We all strike a pose when it comes to social media, and we know everyone else does it too," Karen White wrote in the Huffington Post. "And yet, especially on a bad day, I still find the Voice of Judgment whispering in the back of my mind when I scroll ...