Day: May 14, 2019

Ex-EDL leader Tommy Robinson brands the mainstream media ‘liars’ on his release from prison

Tommy Robinson loses case to stop his prosecution

Stephen Yaxley-Lennon, the far-right activist and MEP candidate who calls himself Tommy Robinson has lost a High Court Case to stop prosecution for contempt of court. Robinson will face new contempt proceedings. The founder of the English Defence League (EDL) faces up to two years in prison for charges relating ...

Putting up a fight in the age of misinformation

Nobody voted for no deal in the 2016 referendum

“A WTO No Deal Brexit is now the only way to honour the referendum result”, Alasdair Dow of the grassroots cross-party campaign group Get Britain Out wrote on Brexit Central earlier this year. The consensus among Leave advocates seems to be the same. Theresa May’s negotiated deal with the European ...

Galvin Hop Charcuterie

Re-invented Galvin HOP Bistrot & Bar launches new menu

Sister to adjoining Michelin-starred Galvin La Chapelle, Galvin HOP Bistrot & Bar has been re-invented for 2019, recently equipped with a meat and cheese counter and a new menu. Modelled on the fashionable bistrot and bars of Paris and New York, the Spitalfields restaurant continues to serve brothers Chris and ...

Fine wine braces up to Brexit says BWC Management

Fine wine braces up to Brexit says BWC Management

The word Brexit is heard so frequently that it now feels like that annoying fly buzzing around your ear, refusing to go away. This interminable political hoi polloi has, inevitably affected public confidence, leaving traditional investment markets wheeling from uncertainty like a run-away thorough bred horse. 2018 was a record ...

Cannes preview

Cannes preview

A quarter of century after Pulp Fiction won the Canne's top prize, the Palme d’Or, Quentin Taratino is again showcasing the film with the most media attention. In this case it is the already controversial Once Upon A Time in Hollywood, a historical film centred around the Manson murders and ...