Commonwealth Summit

The Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting will take place on the 19 and 20th April. A meeting, that takes place every other year, during which the heads of governments from all Commonwealth nations (former British Colonies or dependencies of those colonies). The meeting is held in a different member state every two years. The Common wealth leaders will meet at Windsor Castle for the Leaders’ Retreat … Continue reading Commonwealth Summit

‘Only Conservatives Could Think That Money Is Being Thrown At The Police!’

In recent mayors question time Sadiq Khan heavily criticises the 1 billion pound cut in the Mets budget Street level crime is increasing however there has been a 65% loss in police officers since 2010. Another anti knife campaign is introduced by the mayor but with no infrastructure in place behind it.   While street level crime is peaking, policing levels are troughing, the Torys … Continue reading ‘Only Conservatives Could Think That Money Is Being Thrown At The Police!’

The Christmas Sandwiches of Clapham 2017!

A turkey sandwich on boxing day is many peoples favourite bit of the Christmas celebrations, however the cunning people behind sandwich manufacturing have come up with hundreds of different Christmas sandwiches so you  don’t have to wait an till the 25th. Here are just 5 of them, the terms of this review is their all food retailers that are walking distance from Lambeth college and … Continue reading The Christmas Sandwiches of Clapham 2017!

Brixton Chocolate Museum Experience

The Chocolate Museum in Ferndale Road, Brixton, SW9 was established in March 2013 by French Artisan Chocolatier Isabelle Alaya. Isabelle said the “Chocolate Museum is to represent chocolate industries in the Uk” The chocolates are usually produced by independent bean to bar makers which have a combination that origins chocolate bars along with flavours of melange chocolate that comes from fruits, spices and herbs blended … Continue reading Brixton Chocolate Museum Experience

World theatre day and Britain drifting from the theatrical world

World theatre day  was  first initiated in 1961 by the International theatre institute (ITI) it is now celebrated annually on the 27th March by ITI centres and the international theatre community. Numerous national and international theater events are organised for this occasion as a way of celebrating it. For the celebrations there is a circulation of the World Theater day message through which at the … Continue reading World theatre day and Britain drifting from the theatrical world

Anthony Joshua preparing for boxing match

Anthony Joshua has declared that he is preparing for his boxing match against Joseph Parker and will be aiming to defend his IBF, WBA and WBO heavyweight belts which he won. Joseph Parker is also preparing for the fight while Anthony Joshua backs himself very confidently to beat Parker and to successfully defend his title. Joshua has confirmed that it is his fear of losing … Continue reading Anthony Joshua preparing for boxing match

Ireland to expel Russian diplomat

While Ireland is not among the 14 EU states that decided to expel 32 Russian diplomats, the Government has announced that they will be expelling one Russian diplomat. Yesterday both the EU and US announced that they would expel 80 Russian diplomats from both jurisdictions, 12 Russian officials will  be deported from the United Nations headquarters in New York. The Minister of Foreign Affairs Simon … Continue reading Ireland to expel Russian diplomat