Day: April 4, 2019

CFHF event

Gabby Logan awards Cystic Fibrosis Awareness Campaigners

Cystic Fibrosis is an incurable and degenerative disease with a very unpredictable life-expectancy. However, people with Cystic Fibrosis are now living for longer because of advancements in treatment, largely made possible thanks to awareness and fund-raising work from some very special volunteers. The Cystic Fibrosis Holiday Fund’s third annual reception ...

Restaurant review: STK, The Strand

Restaurant review: STK, The Strand

By Jay Williams My dinner companion fancies himself something of an interiors aficionado and insists on categorising any space as soon as he’s in it.  Within seconds of being shown to our booth, he’s off.  “It’s sort of Noughties Vegas Retro,” he decided.  “Um, is that a thing?”  I asked.  ...

What to do in Marseille, France

What to do in Marseille, France

by Shalina Baksani Located in Provence, on the Mediterranean coastline, Marseille is more laid-back than neighbouring Cannes or Nice, and has plenty to delight its visitors. France’s second biggest city, Marseille has heritage dating back to the Ancient Greeks. Afterwards, it became a key part of the Roman empire, and ...

Food festivals of Costa Daurada

Five wines to enjoy over the Easter holidays

I'm going to make a bold claim. Easter is a better wine-drinking holiday than Christmas, hands down. The bleak midwinter offers little joy for wine fanatics much beyond a comforting pour of claret in front of a warm log fire. When the main event arrives you face the realisation that ...

A Guide to Buying a Fire Place for your New Home

A Guide to Buying a Fire Place for your New Home

Moving into your new home is exciting but requires a lot of hard work. You are faced with so many new challenges that you may not have had to deal with before. But welcome the task as it gives you the opportunity to learn new things as well as put ...

Minister resigns in protest at Corbyn’s crunch Brexit talks with PM

Labour lambasted after confirming it wants to end freedom of movement

The Labour Party has been lambasted after a party spokesperson confirmed it is official policy to end freedom of movement once the UK leaves the EU. Despite pledging that Labour will develop and implement “fair immigration rules” in its 2017 manifesto the Prime Minister cited ending free movement as an ...

London’s Lower Prices Still High for Low-Income Home Buyers

London’s Lower Prices Still High for Low-Income Home Buyers

It is no secret that low-income families have a hard time purchasing residential property in London. Prices in the nation’s capital have always been higher than most other regions of the UK, but never more out of reach than during the peak years between 2012 and 2016. Even with current ...