Day: April 17, 2019

Why business cards matter, even in a digital age

Why business cards matter, even in a digital age

Whilst much of our business activity is now conducted over the internet, as of yet, there is nothing that can quite match the benefits that come from physical, and actual, networking. It’s one of the oldest and most reliable ways to build working relationships and for all its perks, it’s ...

Just let Cersei Lannister sort out Brexit

Just let Cersei Lannister sort out Brexit

Brexit is coming…eventually. With the exit date delayed until October and a bevy of deplorables running in May’s European elections, is it any wonder that millions are tuning in to Game of Thrones for a little escapism? Or at least, that’s what many worthy commentators would like us to believe. ...

The rise of the right – Jonathan Pie

The rise of the right – Jonathan Pie

Jonathan Pie isn't happy, again, with the state of UK politics. This time he wonders out loud (in the way only he can) if there are Nazis in the House of Commons. Pie ends up DEFENDING the Tories after David Lammy’s recent comments, comparing some Conservatives to Nazis. In another ...

Barrafina Coal Drops Yard, London, UK. 15 October 2018. Photo by Greg Funnell

Restaurant Review: Barrafina, Coal Drops Yard

A new Heatherwick Studio-designed shopping and restaurant district near King’s Cross station, Coal Drops Yard opened last autumn with its first wave of restaurants and trendy retail stores. Originally established in 1850, to handle to eight million tonnes of coal delivered to the capital each year, Coal Drops Yard’s most ...

Major attractions in Israel

Major attractions in Israel

Israel has been a prime destination to spiritual faculties. They believe that this place is holy having traced their origins in this region as documented in their Holy books. Places like Jerusalem, The Red Sea and the Sea of Galilee are very popular with Christian pilgrims specifically. But besides religious ...