LONDON- On Saturday 19th March, thousands of protestors marched from Oxford Street to Parliament Square to oppose racism and also to support refugees. The protest, organised by Stand up to Continue Reading
Protests in London remain ongoing as thousands oppose the bloodshed that Russian President Vladimir Putin’s war has caused in Ukraine.
March 29th 2022 marks a year since thousands of red hearts started to appear on the 500-metre wall opposite the Houses of Parliament next to St Thomas’ hospital. Now a Continue Reading
Watch out, London, the French want a slice of your fintech cake. As the City became estranged from the European single market, Amsterdam took over as Europe’s biggest share trading Continue Reading
Cycling has seen a surge in popularity thanks to the pandemic and improved infrastructure is making cycling safer and more accessible for all
A memorial in the form of a wall stretching hundreds of meters, full of hand drawn hearts, has been set up opposite Britain’s Houses of Parliament. It aims to remember those that have died because of the covid-19.
This month marks one year since Europe entered its first lockdown, prompting a collective look back at just how much life has changed. As we entered a new technological revolution, Continue Reading
Set for a release on April 13th, Queer London aims to serve as a guide to London’s queer past, present and future. Written by the journalist Alim Kheraj, the book Continue Reading
Travelling to a new country requires a lot planning ahead. If you are planning on travelling to London after quarantine is lifted, you need to learn how to use the Continue Reading