Day: May 2, 2019

Tommy Robinson pelted with milkshake TWICE on MEP campaign trail

Tommy Robinson pelted with milkshake TWICE on MEP campaign trail

Standing as an independent candidate for the North West in the European Parliamentary elections hasn’t proved a walk in the park for far right Islamophobe Tommy Robinson. https://twitter.com/MarianaSteal/status/1123688766814740480 Today, turning up to another underwhelmingly attended rally in Bury, Greater Manchester, the far-right activist, whose real name is Stephen Yaxley-Lennon was ...

Couple jailed for a total of 12 years for stockpiling guns and London cannabis farm

Florida voted to arm teachers

Florida’s House of Representatives voted to pass a bill allowing teachers to carry guns in the classroom, reports Huffington Post. Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis is expected to sign into law a bill that would allow classroom teachers to be armed, after the state's House voted 65 to 47 for the ...

UKIP MEPs turn out in force to discuss…. Members entitlements after Brexit

Even Tory candidates in European election aren’t voting Conservative

Two Conservative candidates in the European elections have said they will not be voting for their own party, according to Sky News correspondent Lewis Goodall. Conservative sources have revealed candidates on one of the party’s regional lists are in fact voting for the Brexit party in the elections. Polling for ...

Wine of the Week: Apothic Inferno

Wine of the Week: Apothic Inferno

It’s not every day you get to try a wine blended with six full-bodied red grapes before going through an intensive oak ageing process to deliver a uniquely bold flavour layered with maple, vanilla and charred spice more akin to whisky than wine. But thanks to Apothic Wine’s latest release, ...

Restaurant Review: EartH Kitchen

Sitting within the former art deco Dalston cinema on the once gritty stretch of Kingsland Road, EartH Kitchen (the name stands for Evolutionary arts Hackney) is the new venture by the former executive chef of St. JOHN, Chris Gillard and Auro Foxcroft, founder of cultural hub, Village Underground. The new ...

Saving Costs When You Are Trading in a Big City

Brexit uncertainty takes its toll on London building activity

Political uncertainty and financial constraints have seen a halt to growth in London’s construction sector as sentiment turns negative in the capital, according to the RICS UK Construction and Infrastructure Market Survey, Q1 2019. Growth in workloads has slowed or declined across almost all sectors of construction this quarter in ...