Keith Asante

Keith Asante

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Blowing the Cover: What Type of People Become Spycops?

Author and human rights expert Neil MacDonald is doubtful that the public will ever fully come to understand the mindset of those that can lead a double life. As the next best thing, he has explored this important question in his debut novel, The Tears of Boabdil.

Best London-based Investments for 2021

London is still one of the best places to make an investment. Let’s take a look at some of the sectors you could choose now. London is still one of the major business and financial centres of the world. Every year, there are new and fantastic business opportunities entering the...

Where to Find Reliable UK Online Casinos

According to statistics, people in the UK annually spend about £14.5 billion on gambling, and nearly 40% of it happens on the internet. Playing games of chance such as online slots and bingo dominate the sector, as the National Lottery attempts to compete with these new spheres. In recent times,...

How Are the Best Casino Sites Faring During the Corona Crisis?

In many respects, the coronavirus has benefited the best online casinos and there are many reasons why that has happened. Firstly, the cancellation of all the major sporting events around the world meant online bookmakers had nothing to offer their customers. The only thing that was left for punters was...

How to Make the Most of e-Learning

For a lot of students, note taking is a tedious activity that they would rather not bother with. For others, they might not be very good at note-taking or might simply need more help in doing so. In the past, your only source of support with your notes would be...

Daniel Spicer

LOST IN THE VAULTS: THE JOYS OF COLLECTING JAZZ RECORDS

Collecting vinyl records has exploded in popularity in recent years, but music journalist and author Daniel Spicer was ahead of the trend – launching a monthly column dedicated to hard-to-find or lost jazz classics in 2005. His ever-popular column in Jazzwise magazine ran for over a decade and it has...

NONSCIENCE RETURNS

Imagine a world where it’s not what you do that counts, but what you say. A place where those who never turn the big dreams into reality are publicly celebrated, and the results don’t matter in the race to get ahead.