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Lauren In London: Day Of The Dead Festival

Lauren In London: Day Of The Dead Festival

Lauren O'Callaghan November 2, 2012 2

Popular Mexican restaurant Wahaca is bringing the Mexican Day of the Dead to London this weekend with their Day of the Dead Festival at the Old Vic Tunnels. With live music, food and art

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Review – “Boomerang: the Biggest Bust” by Michael Lewis

Review – “Boomerang: the Biggest Bust” by Michael Lewis

Laveen Ladharam November 2, 2012 1

  “If you borrow a lot of money to create a false prosperity, you import the future into the present. It isn’t the actual future, so much as some grotesque silicone version of it.

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EU budget vote; more harm than good?

EU budget vote; more harm than good?

Joe Ferris November 2, 2012 3

  Wednesday saw the biggest Tory rebellion of the coalition as backbench MP’s successfully passed an amendment calling for a cut in EU spending. The Government had expected to be increasing spending, but only

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Let’s talk Julian Assange.

Let’s talk Julian Assange.

Jess Collett November 2, 2012 5

Let’s talk Julian Assange. The founder of Wikileaks is a controversial man, to say the least.  Feelings are pretty strong about him; sides raging about how he is a saint come to live among

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This Month’s Must-See Movies: November

This Month’s Must-See Movies: November

Lauren O'Callaghan November 2, 2012 3

Fancy a trip to the cinema but have no idea what to watch? November’s packed full of brilliant films, so to help you out here’s our five must-see movies of the month. The Master

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Have a blast this Bonfire Night!

Have a blast this Bonfire Night!

Backbencher November 2, 2012 3

“Remember, remember the 5th November.” That’s what I was always taught at school and indeed I’ve never forgotten. And so has no one else it seems as the country prepares fireworks, toffee apples and

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The Heseltine Prescription: Forward To The Past

The Heseltine Prescription: Forward To The Past

Michael St George November 2, 2012 4

Students of late-20th century political history, or anyone seeking a flavour of the prevailing politico-business philosophy of the 1960s and 1970s, could do a lot worse than examine Lord Heseltine’s report “No Stone Unturned

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A Most Indefensible Tax?

A Most Indefensible Tax?

Lee Jenkins November 1, 2012 9

***BREAKING NEWS*** The Government has today announced legislation requiring every household to apply for a Newspaper License. Revenue raised from the license with fund a new publication to be known as the British Daily

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Foreign Affairs News Roundup Week 44

Foreign Affairs News Roundup Week 44

Lee Jenkins November 1, 2012 1

Hurricane Sandy has started to wreak havoc on the Eastern Seaboard of the US, after killing 66 people in the Caribbean. New York and New Jersey have been hit power cuts as transformers go

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Occupy…West Burton Power Station

Occupy…West Burton Power Station

Backbencher October 30, 2012 2

By Daniel Pryor ‘We are here to challenge corporate power and the rush to further ingrain [sic] an energy system that puts short term profits of the few, above the collective needs of the

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