Monthly Archives: April 2018

Tories facing collapse in London

The Conservatives will probably dodge “utter disaster” despite Labour’s swing. As of the 26th April, the voting intentions for London are 29% Conservative, 51% Labour and 11% Liberal Democrat, though Labour will be making major gains according to most analysts there will be a few boroughs that will be tough for Labour to break through. Westminster and Wandsworth which have been

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Crystal Palace produce five-star performance in quest to avoid Relegation

Crystal Palace played on Saturday against Leicester City in their attempt to avoid relegation to the Championship and produced a wonderful performance against a Leicester, although they had nothing to play for. The opening goal came from Wilfred Zaha in 16 minutes, and it wasn’t long before their second goal by James McArthur made in 36 minutes making it even

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Still all to play for in this weekends football action.

There are crucial games for London teams this weekend.Relegation battle, promotion and who’s getting into the European places in Premier League. Crystal Palace play against Leicester City, Chelsea are playing away from home against Swansea City, Arsenal play Manchester United at Old Trafford, Spurs are playing Watford at home and lastly West Ham play Manchester City at the London Stadium.

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Practice Safe Sesh

Students taking drugs is not news to most people, but contrary to popular belief students are not as involved with illegal substances as the media and popular shows like skins would have you believe. Only about 2 in 5 students are regular drug users, and the most commonly used substances are weed, cocaine, ecstasy and nitrous oxide. Despite the moral panic of students bingeing on class A drugs the most frequently used is cannabis,

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