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London Marathon: What Are the Alternatives

By Joe Peat It’s one of those times of year when I eagerly await the postman. It’s not my birthday and it certainly isn't Christmas, but the week the Virgin London Marathon ballot magazines are sent out. The six month wait is finally over and my hopes to run arguably ...

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London Pop-Up Serves Stale Bread to Highlight Food Waste

By Nathan Lee, TLE Correspondent  A pop up restaurant in Borough Market serving stale bread as a main ingredient has been set up to highlight food waste. Great British Bake Off champion Nancy Birtwhistle joined forces with national charity Love Food Hate Waste to create a menu with one requirement ...

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Legendary horror writer Stephen Volk talks to TLE

Stephen Volk is the legendary British horror writer who began his career penning the spec script that became Ken Russell’s sensual, surreal and nerve-shredding movie Gothic, re-imagining the night that Mary Shelley created the story of Frankenstein. Since the film’s release in 1986, it has become a cult classic. Not ...

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Fear, Anger and the Republican Mind

By Dr Robin Andrews @squigglyvolcano A new non-partisan study reveals that, in the United States, Republicans and Democrats show very distinct neurological activity when presented with risk and opportunity. Full disclosure: I am utterly convinced that the modern-day Republican politician is almost certainly a divisive, hateful, fearful individual. The fact ...

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Interview: Hackney Polo Club

By Ben Gelblum (@BenGelblum) Hackney’s most exclusive riding club are EastHam-born DJ Jawa and This Ain’t Bristol’s globetrotting DJ and UK House producer Billy Kenny. Hackney Polo Club trotted out of Upper Clapton - Hackney’s Murder Mile - and into a banging residency at Shoreditch’s capital of fun The Book ...

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From Washington to Sydney: Top 5 Green Offices in the World

By Steve Taggart  Climate change has become one of the major issues facing the world in recent years. To this end, many businesses across the globe are now making a concerted effort to ensure that their main office buildings are as environmentally friendly as possible. To celebrate National Work Life ...

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Hey, What’s Up With The Planets In Star Wars?

Volcanologist Dr. Andrews and astrophysicist Dr. Carpineti have a ponder on the planetary peculiarities of Star Wars. Since today is Force Friday, it would seem pertinent – and wonderfully geeky of us – to discuss some real science that goes on in the fictional universe of the galaxy far, far ...

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How To Change The World : Film Review

By Miranda Schiller @mirandadadada How to Change the World looks back on the early days of Greenpeace, when the organisation was a small, motley crew of environmental activists from Vancouver. With a keen eye for opportunities to generate media attention, they brought a common cause to the emerging environmental movement: ...

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Angel Di Maria – Oh What Could Have Been?

Sport News 24/7 By Matt Allen There are few players that move to the Premier League that are genuinely considered in the top six or seven players in world football when British clubs signs them. The EPL is seen as the place where you make your name before the big transfer to ...

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