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The Independent: London’s iconic bus tours are getting a plush makeover next week, courtesy of luxury Belgian...
The Independent: London’s iconic bus tours are getting a plush makeover next week, courtesy of Belgian chocolatier Godiva. To mark the launch of its new WonderfulCityDreams collection, Godiva’s take on London’s...
Metro UK: Looks like it’s going to be a wet wet weekend (Picture: Rex/Shutterstock) The short burst of heat that saw Brits reaching for the sun cream and dusting off the barbecues is becoming a distant memory with weather warnings issued for a weekend of rain. The Met...
Public Technologies: The British government has announced an annual memorial day in honour of a murdered teenager, Stephen Lawrence, who was killed in a racist attack near his south Londonhome 25 years ago. Stephen Lawrence was born to Jamaican immigrants to the UK. He died at...
The Guardian: Sam Selvon’s daring use of dialect, VS Naipaul’s ‘shipwrecked men’, and the imagined voices of passengers aboard boats bound for England...
Public Technologies: Now that the warmer weather is here, and with lighter evenings signalling that summer is on its way, it's a great time to book a place on one of Transport for London's (TfL's) 42 free guided walks next month and experience London on foot. The Spring into...
Irish Independent: Meghan Markle appeared close to tears during a moving Anzac Day dawn service where fiancé Prince Harry honoured New Zealand and Australia's war dead. During the poignant event staged as the sun's rays broke over the London skyline, Ms Markle looked emotional...
New Statesman: How atheisms are imitating the religions they claim to reject. " data-adaptive-image-768-img=" " data-adaptive-image-max-img=" "> In 1995Richard Dawkins became the first ever “professor for the public understanding of science” at Oxford University. By the...