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Ant-Man : Film Review

By Ellery Nick @Ellery_Nick Ant-Man is here, riding on the back of ants to rid the planet of those who would seek to miniaturise themselves for all the wrong reasons. And so we meet Scott Lang, a soft-hearted criminal in the mould of Edward Snowden. Released from jail, Scott comes ...

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The Legend of Barney Thomson : Film Review

By Stephen Mayne @finalreel If it wasn’t for the severed penis in a box, Barney Thomson’s amiable voiceover might signal the start of a relaxed jaunt through the life of a working class stiff in Glasgow. Alas, there is that severed penis in a box. And an arm, and a ...

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London Borough’s breakdown: find your flatshare area match

By Bea Patel, TLE Property Editor and Director of Shop for an Agent, the estate agent comparison website Souring rental prices in the city has forced many couples and singles to flat share with strangers. This figure is set to rise over the next few years, as experts forecast millions ...

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Are we Breaking the Law more Frequently than we think?

 By Nathan Lee, TLE Correspondent From speeding to stealing, avoiding travel fares to having sex in public – Brits are breaking the law on a regular basis, new research reveals. The average person breaks 17 laws a year and commits at least one crime every month, some without even knowing ...

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Copa América 2015: The Dark Side of Estadio Nacional

By Rohan Chatterjee @RohanChatterje1 On Saturday, all eyes in Latin America turned to the Copa América final in Santiago, Chile. The tournament hosts, Chile, beat Argentina from spot kicks in the Estadio Nacional as La Roja booked their place in the history books by winning their first Copa in its 99- year ...

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In Defence of Freedom of Conscience

By David Binder What do the recent 'gay cake' case, the same sex marriage referendum in Ireland and the British government's aspirations for ‘’snooper’s charter' all have in common? The answer lies in the fact that they all bring into question how we define and uphold both equality and liberty. ...

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El Salvador’s Return to a Peacetime War

By Rohan Chatterjee This March the National Civil Police (PNC) recorded 481 homicides as El Salvador continued its steady regression to levels of violence once hoped confined to the country’s ultraviolent past. March concluded as the deadliest month in over a decade, recording an average of 16 murders a day, including ...

American Heist : Film Review

By Ellery Nick @Ellery_Nick James corrects his older brother, ‘It’s not Jimmy anymore, its James.’ Reluctantly, Frankie accepts this and we take James’s point. He wants to be taken seriously. Frankie and Jimmy? This isn’t some toothpick-chewing bank robbery yarn set in the Big Easy after all. In American Heist, ...

Bar Review – Polo Bar at The Westbury Hotel

By Jonathan Hatchman, Food Editor, @TLE_Food We’ve already discussed the soaring popularity of cocktails being celebrated within some of the Capital’s finest restaurants, providing a refreshing change from the more classic dinner accompaniment of Wine. However, although the restaurant scene is jumping on board, it’s London’s exclusive Bars that are ...

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