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Alex Lodge: Weekly Report Vol 44

By Alex Lodge (@alexlodgemusic | Insta @alexlodgemusic7) Alex Lodge is a music supervisor for film, TV and advertising at Thirty Two.  A longer than usual list today starting with a weird/sexy jam called Sunshine, through a lovely cover of one of my all time favourite songs, This Is How We ...

DVD Review: I am Wrath

Review by Ben New There are two basic types of proper rubbish films; ones that know they are rubbish and ones that don’t. The perfect example of the latter would be Tommy Wiseau’s The Room which, although could be described as the Kruger-Dunning effect 24 times a second, becomes almost ...

The London Economic

Six Nations Team of the Tournament

Sport News 24/7 By David de Winter - Sports Editor @davidjdewinter  @TLE_Sport Let’s be honest, it has been a far from vintage Six Nations.  There have been sporadic moments of skill but, on the whole, it has been a forgettable tournament for most concerned, save England obviously.  However, even England ...

Anti-Racism Groups Counter Demonstration Against Pegida Ireland

By David Fleming  A cold, wet and windy Saturday in Dublin played host to a serious of events against the establishment of an Irish branch of the European far-right Pegida movement. Pegida Ireland had called for a demonstration to be held outside Dublin’s iconic GPO at 3pm on Saturday the ...

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Food & Drink Guide To Burns Night In London 2016

By Jonathan Hatchman, Food Editor, @TLE_Food Taking place each year in celebration of Scottish poet and writer Robert Burns, around the time of his Birthday on January 25th, Burns Night – or more traditionally Burns Supper – is just around the corner. Falling on a Monday this year, many Burns ...

The London Economic

Remembrance Day: It is Time for us to Listen to the Peace Makers

By Nicholas Figgis Attempts by government ministers and their friends in the press to use the Remembrance ceremony as a political tool reached farcical heights this weekend. The Telegraph called in the big guns, citing the opinion of etiquette expert, William Hanson, whose heavyweight contribution to world affairs includes advice ...

The London Economic

2016 is England’s Year

By Jack Peat, Editor of The London Economic The 2-0 series defeat in the Arab Emirates tells a familiar tale for England Cricket supporters; a side that fell short in all three departments, with only the seam department worthy of praise in what is another abject and disappointing display from ...

The London Economic

The North/South Divide – Hemispheres Apart

Sport News 24/7 By David de Winter - Sports Editor @davidjdewinter  @TLE_Sport Four Rugby World Cup quarter finals.  The southern hemisphere v the northern hemisphere.  The chance for Scotland, Wales, France and Ireland to prove that they really belong among rugby union’s elite.  Four defeats was disappointing for fans of ...

The London Economic

Rugby World Cup: To Burgess or not to Burgess?

Sport News 24/7 By David de Winter - Sports Editor @davidjdewinter  @TLE_Sport The Rugby World Cup starts next weekend and I am very much looking forward to it.  The chance to see the best rugby players in the world battle it out for supremacy in one’s own backyard is not ...

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