Day: 7 September 2016

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Restaurant Review – Berners Tavern

A certain level of culinary competence is, of course, a necessary element for a restaurant to succeed. But although the food is generally the crucial criteria associated with a perfect dining experience, often overlooked components such as service, ambience and décor are also essential contributors, and are sometimes just as ...

Jackless iPhone 7 turns off Apple Fans

Jackless iPhone 7 turns off Apple Fans

Half of all Apple Lovers Ready to Reject Jackless iPhone The new iPhone 7 was launched today and does not feature a headphone jack. OnePulse, the UK’s opinion polling app, today revealed that almost half (47%) of all iPhone lovers are ready to end their love affair with Apple due to the iPhone ...

London Parks Swiped For Privately-Owned Academies

London Parks Swiped For Privately-Owned Academies

London parks are under threat from local councils desperate for land to develop into privately-owned academies. In Hackney, which made billions from regeneration the past 10 years, the Council is steadily building on publicly-owned parkland in a series of emergency education measures. But schools are no longer simply community assets - through a ...

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Beer of the Week – Bedlam Brewery Pilsner

Strength: 4.2% Brewed: Albourne, West Sussex Based on a farm near Brighton, Bedlam Brewery prides itself not only on its quality ingredients used throughout the brewing process of their core range, but also on the environment. All of the energy that’s required for brewing comes from onsite solar panels, the brewery plant ...

Top 5 Burger Chains In London That Aren’t Byron

Watch: How to Make an Honest Burger

Creating good food isn't about being fancy. It's about doing the basic things well. Take a moment to consider some of the most successful food entrepreneurs (or fentrepreneurs) in the city. Pizza Pilgrims was started by two brothers who took a 'pilgrimage' to discover the true art of pizza making and ...

GALLERY: Arctangent 2016

GALLERY: Arctangent 2016

Arctangent was a bit mental this year, wasn't it?  Now in its fourth iteration, the UK's only festival dedicated to post rock, instrumental and generally mind-bending guitar music did not disappoint, with huge performances from some of the genre's biggest acts. TLE were there to get muddy, chat to bands ...

Mike Ashley Pulls Out Wad of £50 Notes in Front of Factory Workers

Mike Ashley Pulls Out Wad of £50 Notes in Front of Factory Workers

Under-fire billionaire Mike Ashley pulled out a wad of £50 notes on a recent trip to a Sports Direct factory which have been likened to Victorian workhouses. The Newcastle United and Sports Direct owner was leading journalists on a tour of the company's headquaters amidst a barrage of criticism over poor ...

Parliamentary Sketch

PMQS 7th September – First day getting on my nerves

It was the first day back at school and so much had gone on since last term. I was half expecting the leaders to share their summer break stories through the medium of song. Perhaps a version of Summer Nights from Grease? *Gove saved her life she nearly drowned. Boris ...

Wine of the Week: The King’s Wrath Pinot Noir 2012

Wine of the Week: The King’s Wrath Pinot Noir 2012

I always love a wine with a story. And so steeped in historical significance is The King’s Wrath Pinot Noir that this bottle may just take the biscuit. Most of us are familiar with the term ‘hanged, drawn and quartered’ which became synonymous with the Elizabethan era. But to trace ...

Flats and Shanks Rugby Round Up: Episode 3

Flats and Shanks Rugby Round Up: Episode 1

TheLondonEconomic.com Sport brings you the Flats and Shanks podcast LISTEN NOW - Episode 1: Wednesday 7th September 2016. Two quinoa addicts who think they know it all act as judge and jury over the rugby world and chat with the iron-thighed George North. http://rss.acast.com/flatsandshanks/episode1/media.mp3 David Flatman and Tom Shanklin are two former professional rugby players. ...

Sadiq Khan leading in the polls and on social media

Watch: Sadiq Khan Lays in to Jeremy Hunt with Stand-up Gag

Sadiq Khan has dealt a low blow to Jeremy Hunt, dubbing the Health Secretary "gutless, spineless and heartless". The London Mayor showed off his stand-up credentials in a short video shared on Time Out’s Facebook page. Hunt has been subject to a barrage of criticism amidst the junior doctors strike. In ...

Most common Customer Relationship Management mistakes

Love-rats, cheats and conmen beware!

Victims of love rats, cheats & con-artists cash in Have you been conned, duped or betrayed by a partner, husband or wife? Did they cheat on you, lie to you, or ruin your life? If the answer is yes, you may want to set the record straight, warn others in a ...