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A Guide to Surviving the Heatwave this Summer

A simple guide to surviving the heatwave as temperatures rise in London and the rest of the UK this Summer

Things To Do: When it Rains

Oh London, how I love you so… More often than not, it’s raining in London. And when it rains, for those of us who managed to get a day off, we’re stuck inside. On these tragic days, I find myself bored and restless, debating whether or not I have the courage to breach the drizzly storm outside in pursuit of a 20p Freddo from the corner shop.

Me Vs London Transport

this article is an accurate account of how it is like dealing with London transport as a person with a disability.

Model Harry Uzoka’s Killers Found Guilty of First Degree Murder

Two out of the three men charged with the murder of Harry Uzoka, a successful 25-year-old male model, have been found guilty of committing the crime which occurred on January 11th.

Violent Crime Apparently Stabilising After a Tough Year

The Metropolitan Police Commissioner claims the Violent Crime in the Capital is starting to stabilise after a rough start to the year where almost 90 people have been killed.

City Pollution, Your Detox

Exploring pollution in the city, why it matters for the Londoner, and what to do about it for the future.

Putney Bridge Jogger Disappears From Justice

A jogger pushes a woman onto the road which could have killed her for no obvious reason.

How Fasting is Going this Ramadan

It's the third week into Ramadan and most of us across the UK have gotten the hang of almost 19 hours of fasting. For some reason even though it's very lengthy, the fasts aren't as challenging as it was in the previous year. I guess it's…
Being a Yank in the UK

Being a Yank in the UK

Though the UK and the US share a language and some cultural similarities, there are plenty of differences between the two countries that will confuse the average Yankee. After spending four months in London, I’ve identified a few important…