Day: 21 November 2018

Film Review: The Girl In The Spider’s Web

Film Review: The Girl In The Spider’s Web

The first Lisbeth Salander story not to be penned by acclaimed nordic noir writer Stieg Larsson sees the return of the infamous kick-ass vigilante hacker in a film that sadly fails to measure up to its predecessors on almost every front. Directed by Fede Alvarez (Evil Dead) and adapted from David Lagercrantz’s 2015 novel of ...

PLAYLIST: Best of OCTOBER 2018

October? Who even remembers October? It’s deepest November right now! I know this. I am very late and very sorry, but the tenth and most indecisive month of the year still needs its due. On the plus side you’ve had an additional three weeks to form your own opinions on ...

Get into the Christmas spirit with a visit to London’s stunning light displays

London among the most festive cities in the UK

Belfast, Liverpool and London are among the most festive cities in the UK, a study has found. A poll of 2,000 adults found those living in those cities spend more than anyone else on Christmas decorations, gifts and nights out during the YuleTide. Each year, those in Belfast part with ...

Government Memo About Not Leaking the ‘Don’t Leak’ Memo is Leaked

Government defeated in Commons for third day in a row

The Conservatives have been dubbed a "zombie party" after they were defeated in the House of Commons for the third day in a row. Not a single Tory voted to support the government in an appeal to change the horse racing betting levy order in a joint regulatory reform committee. ...

We stand with Harry

We stand with Harry

Last night the hashtag #IStandWithHarry trended on Twitter as heroic writer and political activist Harry Leslie Smith was took ill in hospital. Jeremy Corbyn led the tributes to the Second World War veteran who was reported to be "not in a good way" after been taken into A&E by his son, John. ...

Beer of the Week: Borough Market Earl Grey Saison

Beer of the Week: Borough Market Earl Grey Saison

This week's beer tip comes straight from our back yard as the capital celebrates the first (and only) beer in the country to boast a genuine "London terroir". Borough Market’s new limited edition beer, an Earl Grey Saison, features hops grown on the market's glass fronted hall which were sustainably ...