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Sucsess amongst the doom and gloom of Brexit.

Last Year Harry Sims was selling vintage clothes online from his uni accommodation, now business is booming and one year on he has his own shop in central london and is a regular in the thrift shops of new york. Listen to the history of hartex in harrys...
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tfl london bus
Londoners choosing to take the bus have recently been hearing a new announcement warning them when the bus is about to move …. Once the bus is already moving, understandably this has caused some frustration amongst passengers. The announcements are part of a month-long trial being run by...
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Meet the Reverant Peter Stephenson

  Leading a diverse congregation and an even more diverse community in a time when people are becoming increasingly less engaged with religion and indeed each other, Reverent Peter Stephenson, minister of Crossway united reform church (URC) is clearly doing something right.   Despite now preaching to a...
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Lord mayors Fireworks this saturday

Lord mayors fireworks
Lord mayors Fireworks 2017 This Saturday 11th of November head to the Southbank to catch a stunning free firework display to welcome the beginning of another mayoral year to welcome the new lord mayor of London. The display will last around 15 to 20 minutes starting at 5:15...
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London eye Lights up for Diwalli 2017

London eye lights up for Diwali
Last night people all around the world began to celebrate the festival of Diwali and for Londoners this was no different as the London eye was lit up for the Hindu festivial of light. Diwali celebrates reflection, forgiveness knowledge and love over evil .With the theme of love...
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The artistic voice of prisoners released by Antony Gormley

A Chilling model placed at the start of the gallery
Prisons are dull places, a grey depressive environment in an institution intended for rehabilitation, Antony Gormley’s curation of the Koestler trusts “Inside” an annual exhibition at the Southbank centre Is an attempt to add some colour to the grey and some light to the dullness. Artworks include models, poems...
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