Eat what you want day

The International Eat What You Want Day is an annual celebration on May 11th. It celebrates the acceptance of the human body and the diversity of its forms. The goal is to draw attention and remember the dangers of some exaggerated dietary regimes. Thomas and Ruth Roy from wellcat.com emerged to help people get a break from diets. This medication was supported by many nutritionists, … Continue reading Eat what you want day

Cleaning up after the bank holiday

After having enjoyed the May bank holiday with sensational temperature in London (with an average that exceeded 23 degrees Celsius). After the bank holiday, throughout the United Kingdom, there have been many affected public sites such as parks and beaches. The population is not concerned about the environment and instead of depositing the waste used in the appropriate containers we can see that it has been … Continue reading Cleaning up after the bank holiday

Outrage in England over the possible sale of Wembley

  For many people, the Wembley stadium is the home of English football and has a huge significance. For his part, Ken Bates, ex-owner of Chelsea and between 1997 and 2001 was President of Wembley as director of the FA said: “It is a disgrace to suggest that it should be sold when it is a national treasure.” At Wembley, England was proclaimed champion in … Continue reading Outrage in England over the possible sale of Wembley

British Government seeks to protect children from social media

Today Jeremy Hunt published a letter in the “Sunday Times” addressing social media networks including Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Snapchat, explaining the impact on children which is not usually taken into account.  Hunt gave them a one-month deadline to report on what will be done to protect the children. Minister of Culture, Media and Sports Matthew Hancock, is considering tightening the legislation.  It is morally … Continue reading British Government seeks to protect children from social media

Anthony Ducapo: the name of the moment

Anthony Ducapo who recently released his song “Bonnie and Clyde” is devastating, since in a short time his song exceeds 25 thousand visits. But who is Anthony Ducapo? Anthony Yépez Vera, 20 years old, from Quito, Ecuador, had great changes in his life. At the young age of 6 his parents made the decision to move to Spain hit by the crisis in his native … Continue reading Anthony Ducapo: the name of the moment

Sadiq Khan helping staff renting privately in London

Sadiq Khan announced that all parts of the City Hall group would offer employees help with renting a flat and urged businesses to follow suit. The Mayor, Sadiq Khan, knows that we need to build more affordable homes. However, in the short term, he’s doing all to ensure this. Also, he encourages offering help to buy through guarantees or mortgage loans and considers the provision … Continue reading Sadiq Khan helping staff renting privately in London