Day: June 6, 2017

Refugee Week 2017 – 19-25 JUNE

Refugee Week 2017 – 19-25 JUNE

Refugee Week (19-25 June) is the UK’s largest festival celebrating the contribution of refugees. Hundreds of arts, cultural and educational events will be held nationwide in renowned venues, public squares, libraries, schools and places of worship. Venues include the British Museum, Southbank Centre, British Film Institute, Victoria & Albert Museum, ...

Why you should watch No before you vote

Why you should watch No before you vote

By Wyndham Hacket Pain Chile had already had 15 years of military dictatorship when in 1988 Augusto Pinochet asked the public to vote on whether he should stay in power or whether there should be a general election the following year. In an unprecedented move the No campaign, which wanted to ...

How To Take Care Of Skin In Summer

How To Take Care Of Skin In Summer

"A woman is most beautiful when she smiles. Other than that, the most valuable tip I've learned is to always use a skin moisturiser!” That was a beauty advice from no less than the gorgeous, Beyoncé. There are a number of other things you should do for your skin come ...

How Could Theresa May’s Snap Election Announcement Affect the UK Economy?

Tory operation is “increasingly paralysed by panic”

The Conservative operation is increasingly paralysed by panic, according to political commentator Owen Jones. According to three journalist sources from right-wing papers the Tory camp is fear stricken in the run-up to the election as Jeremy Corbyn closes the gap. Thousands of people turned up to see the Labour leader speak ...

European REIT may be new vehicle for Quidnet

European REIT may be new vehicle for Quidnet

European REIT may be new vehicle for Quidnet. Quidnet said, in its most recent report and accounts, that its sale of the final property asset in the European REIT's portfolio, La Gaude, located in Nice, France should complete shortly.  The net sale proceeds to the company will be approximately EUR5.75 million, being 0.74 ...

TLE

Restaurant Review – Dirty Bones, Soho

Once known and loved as the city’s most ineffably debaucherous neighbourhood, Soho is now London’s rightful home of the ‘No-Reservations’ policy. Now, most of the area’s restaurants are impossible to visit during a realistic dinner time, without forcing guests to queue around the block. As a result, eating out in ...

Factory

Britain “haemorrhaging” manufacturing jobs

The UK has haemorrhaged more than 600,000 manufacturing jobs in the past decade, a new study by GMB has shown. The figures, which are being discussed at GMB’s annual Congress in Plymouth today, show that 619,000 jobs in the sector disappeared from 2006 to 2016, a massive fall of 17 per ...