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The Weekly Cocktail Recipe – The Ivy’s Strawberry Daiquiri

By Jonathan Hatchman, Food Editor, @TLE_Food Having reopened its doors back in June, following an extensive refurbishment, one of the most prominent features of London’s most famous Restaurant is the new central coral onyx Dining Bar. Alongside providing customers the ideal location for a pre-dinner drink, or even a prime ...

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Seven in Ten Brits Unhappy with their Home

By Nathan Lee, TLE Correspondent  Seven in ten Brits admit they aren’t happy with their home, new research has revealed, with size and location coming out as big factors but décor topping the list. The study found millions of Brits are living in homes we dislike, with more than 20 per ...

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QPR – a season to forget but a chance to rebuild

Sport News 24/7 By Richard de Winter  @rgdewinter  @TLE_Sport Well, at least it was quick.  Rather than clinging on for dear life with an unexpected victory, or even doing what Rangers have specialised in over the last couple of months and losing to a late goal after a spirited yet ...

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Live Review – Blur

By Declan Roberts (declanmr) Mode, London, 27/03/15 3pm. London. Mode. Free. Definitely four things you wouldn’t associate with a Blur gig, but here we are. The band are previewing their sixth album ‘The Magic Whip’ to a lucky selection of fans in one of the capital’s smaller venues. ‘Lonesome Street’ opens ...

The Gunman – Film Review

By Ellery Nick The jibes had already been circulating that after resurrecting Liam Neeson for 2008’s Taken, director Pierre Morel was once again embroiled in the dark arts - having dug up a new middle-aged cadaver to be put to good use in the bone-crunching world of international espionage and ...

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Brits love to get away for Valentine’s

 By Steve Taggart Huge number of British couples are taking their partners to hotels, making the most of Valentine's Day...by staying in bed, according to lastminute.com More than a fifth of Brits (over ten million people*) will set off to get off this weekend (33% more than last year) and a ...

The Theory of Everything – Film Review

By Stephen Mayne  @finalreel  Now in his 70’s, Stephen Hawking has spent half a century defying expectations. For a man given no more than a two year prognosis following diagnosis of motor neurone disease in 1963, he’s lived a life of astonishing achievement. It’s disheartening then, that The Theory of ...

The British moan all week…and all weekend

By Charlotte Hope, Lifestyle Editor @TLE_lifestyle I moan all the time. I moan that I have nothing to moan about. I have never bother to count how many times I complain a day, but it probably runs into 100's, which I have now discovered is a lot less then the ...

A pound shop Question Time

By Joe Mellor, Deputy Editor of The London Economic  Before the News at Ten began, David Dimbleby flashed onto the screen to push the biggest question time since Nick Griffin was thrown to the wolves. He mentioned Farage and Brand but didn’t bother to mention the Labour or Tory representative this ...

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