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The Refectory At City University Of London - A Review

The Refectory at City University of London.

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Arriving on a hectic Tuesday lunch hour, the first sights and smells would do much to incite any stomach to groans. 1,069 more words

300 years

This exhibit closes next week so catch it if you can. Fascinating history of Hakka kung fu and its movement from China down to Hong kong. 83 more words

The Wonderful World Of Art

Life as an Author, six months on #Sundayblogshare #writinglife

As it’s half a year since my first novel Blind Side hit the digital shelves last July, and almost a year since my book project was funded (February 2016), I thought I’d take a peek back at the year. 893 more words

On Publishing

City University Banning Three Tabloid Newspapers Is Oppression And Will Continue To Fuel Hatred, Racial Tension and Fascism

Featured image: David Holt under creative commons.

Last week, I visited university friends in Birmingham for a couple of days. It was one of those excursions where we didn’t really have a plan for what to do (other than to obviously meet up, and see Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them), so a lot of time was spent just catching up on our current lives. 920 more words

Triggered Liberals Are Ban-Happy

Have you heard the news? Liberal progressives (yeah, right) have just woken up to the fact that identity politics is divisive and counter productive. That is, a form of politics that divides people according to race, gender and sexual preference turns out to be divisive. 665 more words

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For goodness sake, can we just stop banning everything!

*sigh* Another day, another stupid ban passed by small-minded people. I would love to dress it up but there really is no other way to put it. 1,214 more words

Playing Boris Johnson: My year pretending to be journalist

As I stood on the stage of Wembley Arena last week, impersonating Boris Johnson in rehearsals for the BBC EU referendum debate, it struck me just how many unexpected experiences I’ve had during my year as a trainee Broadcast Journalist.  1,292 more words

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