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1 hr ago | The Towerlight
Having to actually attend classes last week put a serious damper on all the fun I was having during my first week. Why do I need to go to class when I can just as happily drink my way through all the pubs in London? Because I am double majoring in journalism and general design, I am taking courses that apply to both of those concentrations, including "Arts and Entertainment Journalism."
5 hrs ago | Mashable
The city of London may be more the 2,000 years old , but there's way more to it than medieval towers, cathedrals, bridges and an impressively large clock. Beyond the centuries of culture and layers of classic charm , is a city burgeoning with innovation.
10 hrs ago | East Anglian Daily Times
A vehicle hitting a set of railway level crossing barriers has caused disruption to trains between London Liverpool Street and Norwich. The affected crossing is between Diss and Norwich but the knock-on effect has had an impact on services across the Great Eastern Main Line.
14 hrs ago | Miltonkeynes Today
Off-peak rail users can travel between Milton Keynes and London Euston for less, thanks to a new temporary fare which is being introduced by rail operator London Midland. From Sunday, September 21, passengers will be able to take advance of a new off-peak single ticket priced at just A 12 - the cheapest off-peak single fare available.
18 hrs ago | Bridgwater Mercury
CEO of Govia Thameslink Railway Charles Horton, centre, and Rail Minister Claire Perry have a discussion with a commuter at Blackfriars Station And one irate passenger took his frustration out on Rail Minister Claire Perry as she helped launch the new franchise at Blackfriars station in London. Covering routes both north and south of London, the franchise - the biggest on the network - is run by Govia and is called Thameslink, Southern and Great Northern .
To this day, prospective students are not allowed to apply to both Oxford and Cambridge in any given university admissions round. However, clever visitors can go to both and most definitely should! Oxford and Cambridge are easily reached on a day trip from London.
Mirror associate editor Kevin Maguire believes the unprecedented interest in politics created by Thursday's referendum was targeted on the real big issues The 1949 film starring Stanley Holloway and Margaret Rutherford about a bit of London declaring independence was an Ealing Comedy. Waking up on Friday to find the divisive flag of Nationalism flying over Scotland would be a Hammer House of Horrors on both sides of the newly erected border.
It is the task that strikes fear in the heart of even the most hardy woman - packing for a shopping holiday. Even after you have been through the arduous task of narrowing your heaving wardrobe down to just a suitcase full of essentials, you must force yourself to rethink the equation, factoring in those items you might be planning to buy, as well as those you will inevitably pick up along the way and how you are going to lug all that booty home again.
Around the world for A 1MILLION: The outrageous eighty-four day trip featuring TWELVE countries and FIVE continents Water way to travel! Enjoy the views above and below the sea's surface in this TRANSPARENT kayak 'Start as young as possible': Adventurous Game of Thrones star Natalie Dormer on the importance of travel Sit near a baby, arrive early for check-in and wear a cashmere shawl or linen jacket: 15 insider tips on how to get upgraded to First Class WITHOUT paying Is this the future of in-flight entertainment? The air travel HELMET which cancels out all other noise Is this the end of Ryanair's 'in your face' yellow interiors? Budget airline to include images of happy, smiley people on plane walls as part of image makeover to improve customer experience 'Like the spitfire, she is a legend in her time': Aviation enthusiasts get another chance to fly with one of the world's last two ... (more)
If Scots vote for independence, it will be in part because they believe assurances that their small Atlantic peninsula can quit the United Kingdom without ever leaving the secure embrace of the European Union . That, however, is not how the EU's top executive sees it.
LONDON: The former governor of West Bengal and grandson of Mahatma Gandhi could soon be part of Scottish history. Gopal Krishna Gandhi has been invited to deliver a lecture on "Independence: Dream and Reality" by Member of the Scottish Parliament Jim Eadie on September 30. If Scotland votes for a Yes in the upcoming historic referendum on September 18 and breaks away from UK, Gandhi will become the first Indian to address the independent Scottish parliament.
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Prince Harry with Israel Del Toro Jrn, a US Air Force Tech Sgt who was injured in Afghanistan in 2005 and Jill Biden Prince Harry has spoken about taking his Invictus Games out of London and giving the rest of the country a taste of its warrior spirit. As the penultimate day of the international sporting spectacle for wounded servicemen and women drew to a close, Harry said the event could be staged in the north of England or Scotland before being held abroad.
Fifty years after seeing the Beatles perform to a raucous crowd at Sydney Stadium, Gary Ohlback has just returned from a trip of a lifetime. The lifelong fan of the band which changed popular music forever spent last month taking part in a 'Beatles Experience Tour' of England and Germany, a three week adventure taking in all the early significant venues and sites which helped to shape the Fab Four into the biggest band of all-time.
A WAR veteran, who risked his life to deliver supplies to Soviet Russia during the Second World War, has finally been recognised by the country. Roy Dykes joined around 50 other veterans who served on the Arctic Convoy Missions in the Royal Navy from 1941 to 1945, to receive the Ushakov medal in London.
WITH less than a week left to decide who gets your vote, the Daily Record are on hand to provide you with every referendum fact, figure and breaking news story to help you come to the right decision for you and your family. In today's paper, Alex Salmond writes exclusively for us and declares that Scotland stands on the cusp of history.
Updated: Mon Sep 15, 2014 09:15 pm
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