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Review The Bloomsbury Hotel London 2022

Published: 8:00 PM April 17, 2022 It was but a stroll from The Bloomsbury Hotel, our comfortable central London retreat, for us to view perhaps the...

London park may be renamed after Diane Abbott following slavery review

A London park named after William Gladstone could be rebranded Diane Abbott Park as part of a slavery review by a Labour-run council in...

Live Review: Khruangbin at Alexandra Palace, London, 14/04/2022 | Gigwise

Being unutterably slick is far from Khruangbin’s only—or even primary—identifier. This, you would quickly come to realise if you were to attend one of...

Bank of England and FCA to review London Metal Exchange over...

The financial watchdog and the Bank of England have launched a review into the suspension of nickel trading by the London Metal Exchange (LME)...

Bloody Difficult Women at Riverside Studios review

Add Tim Walker to those London critics (Nicholas de Jongh, Lloyd Evans, and Sheridan Morley are just a few of the others over the...

Aparthotel Adagio London Stratford, East London, review

A new aparthotel in Stratford's East Village, the Adagio London Stratford is an ideal launchpad for exploring East London. Sun writer Charlie took a look to find...

Bakar: Nobody’s Home review – a spectacularly strong sense of place...

When the up-and-coming north London singer Bakar broke through in 2019, it was with a charming retro love song, Hell N Back. Breezy, brass-laden...

We Are Black and British, BBC2, review: A fraught, thought-provoking experiment

Two-part series We Are Black and British aimed to explore race and identity from a new perspective by bringing together Black Britons of different...

London politics news LIVE: Met Police to review No 10 quiz...

1644435071Trade union warns Labour it could withdraw financial support A trade union leader has warned that its financial support for Labour is under review...

Free Love by Tessa Hadley review – an affair to remember...

The energy in a Tessa Hadley novel typically flows from a character’s unvoiced longing or suppressed desire, gestured at in flashback over the course...