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To commemorate the World War One Centenary across the United kingdom (and Commonwealth) there have been various poignant events to remember the fallen. One hundred years ago on the 4th August 1914 Germany declared war on Russia, thereby putting into motion events that would ultimately devastate Europe – the United Kingdom commemorated this day with […]

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Hello all, we are coming ever closer to the very important question which will decide the future of our 300 year old union, the United Kingdom. In September Scotland will vote in a referendum as to whether it will continue to be part of the union or go it solo.At a debate held yesterday by […]

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Hollywood blockbuster extraordinaire Tom Cruise is reportedly in talks with JJ Abrams to take up a cameo appearance in the upcoming Star Wars film. According to a ‘film insider’ Tom has been in London for over a week and has been holding meetings with JJ and other members of the production team for Star Wars. […]

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Hey everyone! The last month has been a busy one for London, and for any tourist visiting the capital I’m sure its been a sheer delight! First we had the State Opening of Parliament, a tradition that dates back 100’s years where the Monarch announces to both Houses of Parliament (Commons & Lords) Her/His Majesty’s […]

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In the summer of 2013 Stephen Frey (undoubtedly a bloody genius) did a small series on the City of London, revealing that essentially it is in a world of it’s own. So bear with me whilst I try to explain just how the City of London functions as its own small entity. Firstly the City […]

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I’m very fortunate to work in the City of London, which means I get to see these marvellous sites every day.

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For almost 300 years the 365ft high St Paul’s Cathedral dominated the central London skyline, now however it is met with heavy competition. In today’s London there are almost 250 proposed skyscrapers, with many already approved or under construction, it is feared that soon Sir Christopher Wren’s famous City streets will be engulfed by glass […]