Day: 1 May 2018

Sajid Javid: The immigrant’s son who turned his back on immigrants

Sajid Javid: The immigrant’s son who turned his back on immigrants

It was with a splash that the classic Tory power pose made a return to newspaper front pages this morning. Standing outside the Home Office Sajid Javid followed George Osborne, David Cameron and Theresa May in striking the awkward stance that is supposed to strike notes of confidence, determination and ...

Vegans ask the public to ditch dairy in ‘MooFree May’

Vegans ask the public to ditch dairy in ‘MooFree May’

As part of vegan charity Viva!’s Scary Dairy campaign, this May they are organsing a nationwide initiative called ‘MooFree May’ – which focuses on encouraging the public to ditch dairy and try delicious dairy-free alternatives. During May Viva! are holding a series of fun events across five major UK cities ...

We Are Scientists drop “fun-bomb” with jubilant new release

We Are Scientists drop “fun-bomb” with jubilant new release

Brooklyn-based power pop troupe We Are Scientists have returned with a jubilant new release that comes as welcome relief amidst the doom and gloom soundtrack that seems to have permeated most aspects of our lives. The band's seventh album, titled ‘Megaplex’, sees the now renowned duo of Keith Murray and Chris ...

Kricket

London’s Best New Restaurant Openings – May 2018

With plenty of exciting restaurant openings constantly taking place across the Capital, we pick London’s best new restaurant openings taking place over the coming month.   Kricket – Brixton In 2015, Kricket opened as one of the main food offerings at POP Brixton and quickly garnered critical acclaim. Almost two years ...

PLAYLIST: Best of APRIL 2018

PLAYLIST: Best of APRIL 2018

In eight months’ time, when everyone’s doing their yearly round-ups and we’ve all seen exactly 7,081,346 Best of 2018 album countdowns each, music press will turn to April as the banner month for releases. I mean, you were there too. Just look at the state of it! In the space ...

No.15 Great Pulteney: Review

No.15 Great Pulteney: Review

With frequent direct trains from London Paddington, heading to Bath for a relaxing break could be just the ticket for stressed out Londoners in search of a city break with spa facilities. Location and Decor: I arrived in Bath on a lovely sunny day dazzled by its magnificent limestone Georgian ...

Breaking: Klopp number 2 rumoured to be in line for Arsenal job

Breaking: Klopp number 2 rumoured to be in line for Arsenal job

Liverpool assistant manager Zeljko Buvac is rumoured to be in line for the vacant manager's job at Arsenal. According to Sport Witness reports from Buvac's native Bosnia suggest Jurgen Klopp's long-term number 2 could be set to replace Arsene Wenger when he leaves at the end of the season. The source - ...

Microgaming Has Been Generous With Jackpots So Far In 2018

Microgaming Has Been Generous With Jackpots So Far In 2018

Any lover of online gambling knows that there is no exaggeration in saying that Microgaming jackpots could put you in line to win millions of dollars. Thanks for this obvious fact, the popularity of these casinos has been substantially growing, but there is also more to them than meets the ...

How to get a smile like Meghan Markle’s

How to get a smile like Meghan Markle’s

What do Meghan Markle and the Duchess of Cambridge have in common, apart from the obvious? Megawatt smiles full of perfect, gleaming pearly whites of course. Kate and her future sister-in-law have the kind of teeth that don’t exist in nature, they only come via a talented cosmetic dentist.  I ...

Flashbacks to ’93: The Dark Half

Flashbacks to ’93: The Dark Half

Horror, as a genre, is steeped in metaphor. Horror can be about politics, sex, disease, but it’s usually - when you get down to the bottom of it - about fears more real and more universal than vampires or zombies. The Dark Half isn’t exactly like that, in fact it ...