Charlotte Hope

Charlotte Hope

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Too Early for Xmas Ads? We don’t care

By Nathan Lee, TLE Correspondent  Christmas may still be almost 50 days away, but it's never too early to get in the festive spirit. This year will see brands battling it out for exposure on the TV with the eagerly anticipated John Lewis ad always a hit and other high...

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7 Spots to Eat and Drink with the Stars in London

Whether you're a Londoner or just visiting for the weekend, one of the things at the top of everyone's to-do list is to try and spot a celebrity. Which is why the guys at Nights Gone Wild have put together this rather informative infographic to help you eat and drink...

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Insect Study Finds Females ‘More Promiscuous in Colder Climates’

By Nathan Lee, TLE Correspondent  Researchers at the University of Exeter have revealed that females have more sexual partners when they live in colder climates and are happier being monogamous when it is hotter in a study into the behaviour of insects. The study also unveiled that some female fruit flies are genetically...

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Top 40 Women’s Women

By Nathan Lee, TLE Correspondent  Dame Helen Mirren has been named the most empowering female celebrity on a top 40 list of women's women. The study of 2,000 women ranked Mirren above Jennifer Lawrence, Kate Winslet and Oprah Winfrey. Respondents said her 'down to earth personality' and the way she embodies female...

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The 100 Greatest things of the Past 30 Years

By Nathan Lee, TLE Correspondent  The World Wide Web, smart phones, online banking – and the Super Mario Brothers have been named among the greatest things from the past 30 years. Online shopping, WiFi, Google, digital cameras, text messaging, emailing and flat screen TV’s are also considered to be the...

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Tips to Fit Fitness Around a Busy Schedule

We are constantly told to keep fit, maintain a healthy diet, and take care of our wellbeing, but isn’t that easier said than done when the world moves almost too fast for us to keep up? Between working, commuting, taking care of our homes and family, and attempting to have...

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Video: Tinder Launches Super Like Feature

By Nathan Lee, TLE Correspondent  Tinder has released a new 'Super Like' feature which allows users to swipe up to indicate a heightened level of interest. Users have traditionally had the choice of swiping right or swiping left on a person’s profile.  But now Tinder is introducing the option of...

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Britain’s Favourite Classic Literary Heroines Revealed

By Nathan Lee, TLE Correspondent  Britain's all-time favourite classic literary heroines have been revealed in a new survey. According to the list, Elizabeth Bennet, the charming and quick-witted protagonist from Jane Austin’s beloved Pride and Prejudice, takes the crown as the nation’s all-time favourite classic literary heroine. Agatha Christie’s much-loved detective Miss...

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Five Ways to Stay Happy and Healthy in the City

By Milly Kelly, Health/Beauty Editor Recently the Royal Town Planning Institute issued an article outlining the extensive impact that our environment has on our physical and mental health. Turns out that urban areas can and do cause some serious problems for us city dwellers, meaning we are literally surrounded by things that...

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