Day: July 1, 2016

The London Economic

England’s Euros exit no surprise

Sport News 24/7 By David de Winter - Sports Editor @davidjdewinter  @TLE_Sport Calamitous.  Shambloic.  A disgraceful result that will impact on generations to come.  Far too much play on the right wing and not enough on the left.  But, enough about my thoughts on the EU referendum.  England’s footballers rather ...

It’s Time To Get Away

It’s Time To Get Away

The start of Wimbledon always signifies the start of the summer for me. It is a time of year when the smell of fresh cut grass hangs in the air, with people busying themselves in their gardens in the warmer weather. With the current news bulletins dominated with negativity in ...

Life On The Road Sountrack: Cumin Soon

Life On The Road Sountrack: Cumin Soon

The soundtrack for David Brent's come-back movie Life on the Road has been revealed along with new single 'Lady Gypsy'. Brent and his band Foregone Conclusion have released the record which features such hits as 'Equality Street', 'Free Love Freeway' and 'Spaceman'. New tracks 'Native American' and 'Please don’t Make Fun Of The Disableds' also star ...

Pop Up Cinema: Where To Watch In London This Summer

Pop Up Cinema: Where To Watch In London This Summer

Pop-up screens return to London again this summer with a season's-worth of flicks aired in parks around the capital. Bishops Park in Fulham, Greenwich Peninsula, Coram’s Field, Ravenscourt Park in Hammersmith, Manor House Gardens in Hither Green and East Greenwich Pleasaunce will all provide the perfect alfresco set(ting) for this summer’s ...

TLE

London’s Best New Restaurant Openings – July 2016

By Jonathan Hatchman, Food Editor, TLE_Food With plenty of exciting restaurant openings constantly taking place across the Capital, here’s our pick of the best new restaurants arriving in London over the coming month. Bao – Fitzrovia One of last year’s hottest new openings, Soho’s Bao still demands queues around the block during peak lunch and ...

Binge Watching On The Bog: The Lengths Brits Go To Catch-Up

Binge Watching On The Bog: The Lengths Brits Go To Catch-Up

Brits will go to extraordinary lengths to catch-up on their favourite TV shows, it has been revealed, with boxset-bingeing in the bathroom proving a particular favourite. Research by BBC Store revealed more than half the country admits to regularly watching TV in the bathroom, either on a handheld device while on the ...

Britain: A Real Life Story

Britain: A Real Life Story

By Deborah Hodge Brexit has unearthed some deep seated xenophobia and staggering U-turns from politicians. The vote has divided the country even more. The class system is alive and well. Under Cameron we have seen More Brits are living off benefits today than at any other time since the establishment of the ...