Day: July 3, 2017

Donald Trump is no Pig

Donald Trump is no Pig

The President has been at it again. This weekend, Donald Trump tweeted a video of himself punching a man whose head had been replaced with the CNN logo, wrestling him to the ground. The video was a bold statement against free speech and a torrent of fake news – but ...

Mighty White is Brown Bread

We’re consuming 84 more ingredients a day than we think

Take a look at the loaf of bread you have lying in your cupboard and count how many ingredients there are in it. Typically a standard loaf of bread should contain six ingredients - flour, butter, yeast, salt, sugar and water. But most supermarket-bought loafs contain way more. Warburtons white bread, medium sliced, ...

Origins Plantscription Skincare Range: Review

Origins Plantscription Skincare Range: Review

By Anna Power The Midult years hit you less like a speeding train and more like a creeping vine that sneaks up on you – slowly, throttling you face and neck first. You may have bopped your way across the dance floor in your twenties and thirties; downed beers, puffed ...

Tips for coping with the emotional impact of cancer

Tips for coping with the emotional impact of cancer

Living with cancer can affect people in ways they didn’t expect and aren’t prepared for, and for many men, handling the emotional burden of the disease can be really hard. For many men, traditional roles and responsibilities like having a successful career, or providing for the family are important aspects ...

Luna Cinema reveals 2017 season of open air cinema

Luna Cinema reveals 2017 season of open air cinema

Cinema-lovers across the country will be pulling up a blanket to watch classic films under the stars this summer as Luna Cinema announces its 2017 season of open air cinema. Running until October at some of the most stunning locations in London, including Hampton Court Palace, Kew Gardens, Greenwich Park and Kenwood House, the company ...

Pilgrimage: DVD Review

Pilgrimage: DVD Review

by Leslie Byron Pitt Brutal from the outset, and leaner than bison meat, Brendan Muldowney’s Pilgrimage may not hold the same relentlessness as Neil Marshall’s historic chase feature Centurion (2010), but it’s a film which holds scenes of a latent potency when it breaks free of it’s relaying of the ...

Derwent London sells Copyright building

Derwent London sells Copyright building

Derwent London sells Copyright building - Derwent London is pleased to announce that it has exchanged contracts on the sale of its long leasehold interest in The Copyright Building, 30 Berners Street W1 to Union Investment Real Estate GmbH ("Union Investment").  The consideration is GBP165.0m, or GBP148.7m net of top-ups ...

INPP makes digital infrastructure commitment

INPP makes digital infrastructure commitment

INPP makes digital infrastructure commitment - International Public Partnerships (INPP), the FTSE 250 infrastructure investment company, has committed jointly with HM Government to make an investment in digital infrastructure and particularly fibre optic broadband connections. It sees long term parallels between the essential nature of broadband connectivity to the home and ...

Just how unique are your door locks?

Just how unique are your door locks?

When buying a door lock for your home, you expect that lock to be unique to you. You wouldn’t want to think every Tom, Dick and Harry who came strolling past had a set of keys in their pocket that worked just as well in your door lock as they ...

What you Need to Know about Pearl Necklaces

What you Need to Know about Pearl Necklaces

Whether it’s your mother or sister, wife or daughter, pearls have always been considered to be timeless classics when it comes to jewelry. Pearl jewelry are diverse and range from bracelets, to earrings, rings to necklaces, with the most popular one being the latter. If you are thinking about gifting ...