Across the country communities are celebrating the centenary of women’s suffrage. In 1918 women over thirty were given the right to vote for the first time in British history. This momentous victory […]
Royal Academy of Arts set to re-open after £60m redevelopment
The Royal Academy of Arts (RA) is set to re-open to the public next month having undergone a £60 million refurbishment in celebration of its 250th birthday. The project has seen the […]
Goldsmiths MA student film nominated for One World Media Award
Goldsmiths Digital Media MA graduate, Anna Wistreich, has been nominated for the Student category at the One World Media Awards. The Danish producer is being recognised for the film ‘Being Unbound’. This […]
Is there a North/South divide in London?
London has always been geographically carved in two by the river Thames. But does a North/South divide in London mean more than simple geography? There are plenty of pervasive ideas surrounding the differences between […]
Is 81 the new 65?
For young people joining the world of work today, a life of leisure is looking further off than ever. A recent report by Royal London found that the average 22 year old – making the […]
Tourism survey reveals London is UK’s top destination
Report by Emily Browne, Katie Rogers and Roza Dawood Nine out of ten of the UK’s most popular tourist destinations are in London. And a report by the Association of Leading Visitor […]
Snow for the first time
A dusting of snow covered London this morning for the first time this winter and this year. Temperatures fell to -2 last night in the capital, and plummeted to -9 in some parts of the […]