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The skeletons of Britain’s colonial past have resurfaced again

The skeletons of Britain’s past reared their ugly head this week following a series of race-related smears that smack of our dark colonial history. It was a cruelly timed twist of fate that saw Commonwealth leaders meet at the same time as the Windrush fiasco played out, but as British ...

Demand surges for super prime London lettings

The Boom in London’s Super Prime Property Lettings Over the last ten years, the top of the luxury London property market has borne witness to spectacular growth. Record low interest rates, the insatiable thirst of the foreign buyer and the Capital’s impressive infrastructure, have boosted asset prices in the Capital. ...

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Why artists don’t always need to be political

In light of the tumultuous political landscape that we find ourselves in post-2016, political art is more prominent than ever. The art scene is now swamped with art that pushes various political agendas, from condemnations of Trump and Brexit to a deluge of artwork produced in response to events like ...

The Tories “don’t want you to vote” in local elections

Jeremy Corbyn says the Conservatives "don't want you to vote" in the upcoming elections after the party refrained from posting anything about the looming deadline for registrations. You are required to register by 17 April to vote in the local and mayoral elections in England on 3 May, but the ...

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