Day: June 10, 2019

GALLERY: Slam Dunk North Part 2

GALLERY: Slam Dunk North Part 2

Slam Dunk NorthLeeds, Yorkshire26/05/19Pictures: Graham Berry (@blktphotography) Our coverage of Slam Dunk North was so huge we had to split it into two posts! Head here to see part one featuring Employed To Serve, Busted and more. Below, the punk continues with pictures from the best sets of the day, ...

Tory Leadership? There’s no such thing

Tory Leadership? There’s no such thing

The bloated corpse of Theresa May’s premiership is finally floating down the Thames and the political minnows are circling. It will be a leadership race unprecedented in modern times as the Tories compete to see who’s the most buzz-wordy, who can fake compassion for the poor and whose Brexit plan ...

The Drop

Restaurant Review: The Drop, Coal Drops Yard

A wine bar with a food menu of note, The Drop joins the Hart Brothers’ portfolio of restaurants at Coal Drops Yard. Near King’s Cross station and Granary Square, the Heatherwick Studio-designed shopping and restaurant district opened last autumn. Originally established in 1850, to handle to eight million tonnes of ...

Gove ‘unbackable’ in Tory leadership race

Michael Gove has become "unbackable" as the next Conservative Party leader following his drugs disclosure. Formerly a well-fancied second favourite at 4/1 with Betway in the Tory leadership race, Gove’s odds are now at an all-time high of 20/1. The 51-year-old’s recent confession to indulging in cocaine when working as ...

Forget To Insure Your Key People At Your Peril

Forget To Insure Your Key People At Your Peril

Anyone who doesn’t have insurance is begging for trouble. According to Murphy’s Law, “Anything that can go wrong, will go wrong.” The unspoken corollary is that it will happen at the worst possible moment. Call it the perversity of the universe if you like, but anyone over the age of ...

‘Over a million’ estimated at march for public to have final say over Brexit

Brexit: Alarming contraction of UK economy

The UK economy took a huge knock in April as Brexit rumbles on. It contracted by 0.4 per cent compared to the month before, marking its biggest monthly fall since March 2016. It follows a decline of 0.1 per cent in March 2019. Industrial production declined by 2.7 per cent ...

Car industry hits ‘red alert’ as investment drops by £2bn in three years

Car manufacturing sees biggest drop since records began

Car manufacturing slumped by a massive 24 per cent in April as summer shutdowns were brought forward. New figures revealed the biggest drop in car manufacturing since records began as factory shutdowns took their toll on the industry. Several brought forward or extended shutdowns that normally take place in the ...