Day: August 7, 2017

TLE

Kikuchi serves some of London’s best sushi

Devastatingly, most of London’s Japanese restaurants have become poseur pilgrimages, instead of dining institutions. Terminuses for those who’ll choose a place for dinner based on the “vibe”, dress like stars from terrible films and push their raw fish around a slate, pretending to have fun before settling the four-figure bill ...

Top 10 unusual facts about London

Top 10 unusual facts about London

Looking for unusual facts about London? London is one of the most popular cities in the world,with millions of people across the globe recognising its most iconic features such as Big Ben and Buckingham Palace. With such success, London is bursting to the seams with strange statistics and unusual laws. ...

Brexit voters comprehensively shafted the young

Brexit voters comprehensively shafted the young

Older people who voted for Brexit have ‘comprehensively shafted the young’. That’s the view of Sir Vince Cable, writing for the Mail on Sunday this weekend. He accuses over-65s of being ‘self-declared martyrs’ who claim leaving the EU is worth the cost. ‘The old have comprehensively shafted the young'... 'And ...

Where did it all begin for Tesco and Amstrad?

Where did it all begin for Tesco and Amstrad?

The most prolific multinational corporations of today had to start somewhere. For example did you know Tesco and Amstrad both started in London. Years of hard work, investment and a little bit of good luck meant some of the budding startups of 100 years ago have gone on to become ...

Trump Watch: Caesars, The Appresident and Dead Cats

Trump Watch: Vampires, Yusopov and The Zeitgeist

There is one great truth that ties all revolutions in common and that is they never burst out in surprise. History, or at least when current events have been aged in the cask long enough to be classified as history, always has shown that there were warning signs, hints, foreshadowing ...

Is Trump’s wall unconstitutional?

Is Trump’s wall unconstitutional?

Donald Trump's pledge to build a wall across the US/ Mexican border may be deemed unconstitutional because it would require federal troops to be billeted on the borders of southern US states. The wall was a big part of the President's election pledge and according to a recent leaked transcript ...

WATCH: Jeremy Hunt gets a serious dressing down

Access to GPs significantly worse for millions under the Tories  

Analysis of the latest GP Patient Survey for England reveals a marked worsening of access to GP surgeries over the past five years, largely as a result of sustained Tory underfunding of primary care services. Jonathan Ashworth, Labour’s Shadow Health Secretary, has slammed Theresa May’s record on General Practice and ...

Has comedy become too PC?

Has comedy become too PC?

They say that much of the right-wing backlash being observed in the political mainstream across the world stems from how overly PC society has become. And if that's true, comedy may have a lot to answer for. Long been a vessel for expressing risque observations of society comedy is the ...

TLE

How To Make: Smoked Pig’s Cheek Benedict

Although not the prettiest of cuts, pig’s cheeks are amongst the animal’s tastiest offering. The same can be said for those of cows (ox) and monkfish, too. From the new Saturday brunch menu at Roast – a British restaurant in Borough Market – this recipe substitutes traditional ham for smoked ...

Bliar? Does The Chilcot Report Let Blair Off The Hook?

Blair getting desperate as political donors desert new party

Tony Blair's hopes of creating a new centrist political party lie in tatters after key donors abandoned the cause. With an increasing amount of MPs feeling alienated by their respective parties and a lack of support for pro-Remain policies the time seemed ripe for the former New Labour leader to ...

London non-league guide: Wealdstone FC

Match Report: Wealdstone 2 Concord Rangers 1

By Chris Woods Wealdstone were dominant but made hard work of finding the net in a highly entertaining 2-1 victory over Concord Rangers in the league opener at Grosvenor Vale on Saturday. The Stones could and should have added three or four more to Elliot Benyon’s 25th minute opener and ...