Harry Styles: A Genius Performer With Crazy Fans

Harry Styles’ debut album shot to number one from release, so it was no real surprise that the UK leg of his first ever solo tour sold out in minutes. Our very own Deputy Editor, Isabelle Truscott was one of the lucky few that got to see the former One Directioner live at London’s Eventim … Continue reading Harry Styles: A Genius Performer With Crazy Fans

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Here We Are: The Burberry Exhibition

I’ve always loved London. Growing up within the hustle and bustle of commuters, teenagers and parents struggling to get their kids in the car for school was always fun to see. Having grown up (and ‘fled the nest’ as mums would say) to start university just over a year ago, I have more of an … Continue reading Here We Are: The Burberry Exhibition

24 Hours in London with Jessie and Kyle

On Friday 4th November, fellow writer Kyle Wood and I went up to London and took a little trip to Wembley Arena. What did we go there for? Wrestling! We spent the few hours leading up to that crying over merchandise prices and exploring Wembley to find every students favourite pub – Wetherspoons. Of course, … Continue reading 24 Hours in London with Jessie and Kyle

The history of East London’s pie and mash

Pie and mash anyone? Check out the new blog by our own Kirstie Chambers, A Taste of Travelling.

A Taste of Travelling

The beginning of my food travels starts in East London. Growing up with my mother’s side having a London background, I found a lot of my childhood traveling to the East End for a hearty dish of ‘pie and mash’, which is a popular dish from the 19th century.

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Is citizens’ right to protest under threat?

The right to stage demonstrations in Britain may be under threat, after climate change activists were told they must "pay to protest". The Campaign Against Climate Change (CACC) were told that they must fork out for a private firm to oversee a protest march in London next month that could attract up to 20,000 people. In … Continue reading Is citizens’ right to protest under threat?