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Don’t be swayed by The Sway

By Jack Peat, Editor of The London Economic In London, the land of the real deal, poor imitations stick out like a sore thumb. Described as being a 'stylish nightclub with 1970s-themed disco, a club room and restaurant with an eclectic menu', The Sway is more akin to a Wetherspoons ...

Remembrance Day: A Time to Remember . . . and Learn!

By J T Coombes   www.globalmagnacarta.com    @GMagnaCarta As I once again watched the Remembrance Day Service at the Cenotaph, for the first time in six and a half decades a part of me felt a violent sense of anger that truly shocked me. As I sought answers to why ...

Dead Ed: Time to Listen to the Regions

By Nathan Lee, Politics Correspondent  What happened to the days when the Premier League was just Manchester United and Chelsea, Mourinho versus Ferguson, red versus blue? The title would slide one way and then the other, the status quo occasionally disrupted by a surprising league or FA cup run but by ...

Halloween is dead but its ghost remains: Haunted travel.

THE TOP 10 HAUNTED SITES AROUND THE WORLD By Neil Kook Halloween may be over for most, but travellers need not give up the ghost. From presidential palaces in Colombia to film centers in the Philippines, the most normal places are not always as they seem.In honor of Halloween here are ...

Liverpool FC – It’s Not Rocket Science

Sport News 24/7 By Andy Ollerhead  As a supporter of Liverpool FC the last few weeks have often brought to mind the old quote attributed to a certain Albert Einstein- the one that the definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again but expecting a different ...

Can the US midterms revive the polemical TTIP?

This week’s midterm elections in the United States could be decisive for the controversial TTIP, but is Obama running out of time to complete the deal with the European Union? Elsa Buchanan discusses  As voters in the United States flock to the polling stations to define control over the Senate in ...

Comptoir Libanais

By Harry Bedford Multiculturalism is as much a part of the fabric of London as Buckingham Palace, Tower Bridge and that gloried Ferris wheel that resides downstream. In many ways London is a miniature version of the world and all its cultures, so luckily for us we don’t have go ...

Lancaster chooses the pragmatic path to success

By Jots du Jardin @jotsdujardin @TLE_Sport Stuart Lancaster's squad selection is an admission that he'd be happy to only reach the quarter finals in next year's World Cup. It's the type of squad he believes he'll need to beat Australia and Wales in 2015, not South Africa, New Zealand and ...

The trouble with Ed Miliband

By Richard Roberts The trouble with Ed Miliband isn’t that he’s too intellectual and can’t communicate with ordinary people. It isn’t that he’s too socialist and in the pocket of the trades unions. It isn’t even that he looks like Wallace; nor that by allowing himself to be snapped eating ...

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