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Reinventing Charlie Simpson

Jack Peat reviews the refined and polished Charlie Simpson at the Roundhouse.  Charlie Simpson is a physical embodiment of the journey all young musicians embark on, yet his tremendous success has resulted in his particular journey being very much in the public eye. There are very few teenage bands that ...

I want to live in…Catford

“It isn’t pretty but it has a big black plastic cat,” I was told a few years ago by my girlfriend who is from around that area. A few years on and it’s exactly the same. I guess in a rapidly changing London some consistency is quite comforting. This is ...

Lincoln City- Why do I bother?

Sport News 24/7 By David Binder @davidpaulbinder The day was 24 May, 2003, the venue was Cardiff’s Millennium Stadium and the occasion was the Division Three play-off final between AFC Bournemouth and my team, Lincoln City. The match itself ended in disappointment with Lincoln City (or the Imps as they're ...

The Cockpit, Leeds – An End of an Era

By Harry Bedford, Music Editor Underneath the arches of the viaduct adjacent to Leeds Railway Station stands the remains of a legendary music venue, Leeds’ own Cavern Club. It may only have been there 20 years and may not have been that well known outside the city, but this dark ...

Female Facial Rejuvenation Made Simple

By Laura Casewell @CasewellEditor As we get older it’s hard to ignore the visible signs of ageing, especially when it comes to our face. Forever exposed to the elements and responsible for our endless expressions, your face rarely stops moving. Every day, squinting, furrowing your brow and even laughing contribute ...

Art, Censorship, and the Modern Horror Movie

By Dan Sampson @dan_sampson The debate over what constitutes ‘art’ is as old as art itself. Quite why there is such a divergence of opinion is difficult to tell but personal taste, whether admitted or not, is probably the most significant factor in the discussion and is also why it ...

6 Ethical Tips For Your Business

By Daniel Le Grange It can really make a difference when your business establishes meaningful relationships and makes ethical decisions. Whatever decisions your business makes will strongly affect it’s standing, whether it be in a negative or positive light.  Nobody wants to be associated with a company that acts unethically. ...

THE BBC: RESPONSIBLE FOR GLOBAL DESTRUCTION?

Economist Oliver McAninch finds out why the BBC could be responsible for global destruction. ‘Global warming is a load of old rubbish’ is something you’ve probably heard more than once in your local boozer.  ‘Climate has been changing for millions of years – it’s no different now’ was dismissively barked ...

Why I gave up my green card

By Jack Peat, Editor of The London Economic TLE editor Jack Peat talks to adventurer, inventor and entrepreneur Jaimie Mantzel about why he gave up his green card and left the US. Jaimie Mantzel’s antics range from the strange to the extraordinary. As a business and politics newspaper, securing a ...

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