Tag Archives: London

A proactive approach

American International Group, Inc. (AIG) has recently announced plans to locate an insurance company in Luxembourg, after initially considering Dublin, to ensure the    ... more

Property prospects

For a continuous length of time, London’s housing market seems to have demonstrated a relatively steady growth. Data provided by Greater    ... more

Turning the other cheek

The East London Mosque, located on Whitechapel Road, may have been a religious ground which has faced adversity since its first    ... more

“A City for Her”

When it comes to entrepreneurial success, effective business networking may play a vital role in building bridges between individuals within the    ... more

Adventures in Moominland

When Finnish artist, Tove Jansson, first published The Moomins and the Great Flood in 1945, she began what seemed to be    ... more

Family ventures

The Institute for Family Business (IFB), an organisation supporting and promoting the UK family-owned business sector through events, networking, representation, leadership    ... more

Re-designing London

Last week, the London Design Museum was re-opened in its new location on High Street Kensington, where it is now located    ... more

Banding together

On Monday the 5th of December, some of East London’s most prominent musicians and fans may be crowding to Kamio in    ... more

Hop on hop off

London’s tour industry seems to play an important part in the city’s economy, aiming to provide a safe and accessible way    ... more

From New York to Milan

Every year New York, London, Milan, and Paris – the so called “Big 4” – prepare to welcome animated crowds of    ... more

History is happening in Manhattan

Eleven time Tony award winning musical Hamilton: An American Musical attempts to chronicle the life of one of the founding fathers of    ... more

The sterling lining

On Thursday June 23rd, UK voted to leave the European Union. The UK has been a member of the EU since 1973. The    ... more

Architectural innovation

The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) may be the pioneers behind some of the most iconic and visually appealing buildings    ... more

State of the art

Last week, the Tate Modern art gallery in London re-opened its doors to unveil the Switch House, an extension of the    ... more

From East to West

China’s state owned currency marketplace, the China Foreign Exchange Trade System, is preparing to open new branches in London and New    ... more

Blast from the past

The 5 piece band from Abingdon,Oxfordshire has announced they aim to returning in the music with a series of shows which    ... more

Recovery with art

The veteran project named ‘Theatre of War’ has recently been set up alongside Harry Potter star Jason Isaacs as a rehabilitation    ... more

A leg to stand on

An innovative prosthetic leg design that anchors directly onto the bone has just been approved by the FDA. The design may    ... more

Teenage breakthrough

As a 15-year-old sophomore at North County High School, Maryland, US, Jack Andraka may be far from an average young man.    ... more

Bare-bones investigation

The Museum of London has reportedly announced new, ground-breaking research to be undertaken on skeletons from the collection, adding to their    ... more

Machines perspective

Artist Tony Oursler’s current exhibition at London’s Lisson Gallery is his first showing of new work in the United Kingdom in over five    ... more

Conserving creative identity

Stephen Fry is among those who have signed an open letter to the British Government imploring them to save Soho, the    ... more

Celebrating food exploration

London-based writer and editor Miranda York has just launched TOAST, a new culinary magazine. TOAST Magazine is an annual magazine celebrating    ... more

Futuristic transfer direction

Vehicles that drive themselves on the road or take over in congestion may be on the road in large numbers by    ... more

A frosted interest

Hyde Park, London has become consecutively popular for the last seven years during the festive period.  It holds an event beginning    ... more

Treasure hunt teaser of unique new artist

Friday past saw a unique ice breaker as the introduction to an up-and- coming artist. Many methods may be used to    ... more

Building British infrastructure

China is planning massive investment in the UK infrastructure by 2025, as Beijing seeks a haven for outbound investment, according to    ... more

Economic localisation

Giving more power to cities like Manchester over their finances might be beneficial, says the RSA City Growth Commission. Allowing UK    ... more

The Stomp that impressed me

By Libby Salmon, aged 10 years old One of the best shows I’ve seen this year is Stomp! My family and    ... more

Championing collaborative marketplaces

The search for the best high streets in the UK moves up a gear this week as the competition enters its    ... more

Tozi reinvigorates the scene

London’s Victoria Station and its environs have been a of a hidden identity in terms of “haute cuisine”; with highlights meaning    ... more

The modern era of emotional escapism

“I was reading my horoscope the other day and it said a relationship could start with someone with a name beginning    ... more

Cycling’s pioneering campaign

The past couple of days have seen the UK host the start of the Tour de France, starting in Yorkshire and    ... more

Alleviating housing demand

Thousands of new homes aim to be built on unused and previously developed land, under the government’s plans to make it    ... more

Crossing towards equality

London is set to see its first ever rainbow zebra crossing as part of Transport for London's support for the Pride    ... more

The people behind the ice

Jukkasjӓrvi, a remote village located 200km north of the Arctic Circle in Sweden, is a land of contrasts. In winter, temperatures    ... more

A classic twist

London is a hive of ever-changing food trends.  Food fashions which have swept over other epicentres of gastronomic relevance will eventually    ... more

Tasty menu on the streets

The London food scene really comes alive in the summer; restaurants tout a more colourful and bountiful larder to play with,    ... more

Centre for technology and economic prosperity

London has claimed the global top spot as a centre for business, finance and culture, in PwC’s sixth annual Cities of    ... more

Sounds from your ‘Sofar’

London based Sofar Sounds are a company which brings live music straight to your living room, and quite literally at that;    ... more

A moment of ‘Privacy’

This April has seen the opening of a brand new play in London, one which brings along an entirely new variation    ... more

Sundancing in London

This coming weekend will see the arrival of Britain’s very own taster of the world renowned Sundance Film Festival come to    ... more

Final destination: journey of mind

Art Moor House in London inaugurated yesterday the solo exhibition of British visual artist Joe Simpson. The show, simply titled Joe    ... more

The business nucleus of Europe

More of the world’s largest companies make London their European home than any other city, according to new research from Deloitte.    ... more

London’s transforming skyline

There are 236 London tower buildings of at least 20 stories in the planning or construction stages, according to an audit    ... more

Carpe Diem in the land of antiquity

Africa is an ancient landmass on many fronts; in a geological sense the most aged rocks are dated to 4 billion    ... more

Success in London health craze

In 2010, Mayor of London Boris Johnson launched the capital’s cycle hire scheme in collaboration with Barclays. Four years later and    ... more

On a song: Hadar Manor

Queen of underground to queen of hearts

The London underground is often regarded as a haven for upcoming music artists. It is here that the cacophony of screeching    ... more

Something to help you walk through Wonderland

By Sonia Darbari aged 8years old Have you been to Winter Wonderland yet? Well, if you are planning a wonderful day    ... more

Celebrations galore: Christmas at London. Credit Michael Mazzamuto (mazza1992) via Flickr.com

Yuletide getaway

While most of may be spending time year after year putting up decorations and planning cooking Turkeys, there may be some    ... more