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The Queen speaks to UK Grime: Lady Leshurr Interview

It was the morning after the night before, my bones were aching and my feet were burning from the 5 hour skank out supplied by sidewinder less than 24 hours prior, but there was no time to rest A double dose of berocca and a “crizzpy bacon” sarnie to soak up the voddy’s and red bulls still floating about saw me right and I got ready quick time for one’s meeting with the Queen! 1,217 more words


Based on Christmas Day Viewing Figures the Queen Could be Replaced by Tess Daly Next Year!

Following some overindulgence on turkey and mince pies it took a little while for my capacity to caary out basic arithmetic to return! But a simple analysis of the Christmas Day TV viewing figures reveals something interesting.  485 more words

Merry Christmas to All

Before the sun dips below the horizon and before I dip below the sofa, I shall take this opportunity to wish all my readers a merry Christmas and a happy new year.   507 more words

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Christmas In Dalston - This Year Almost Certainly Better Than Christmas In Yemen

With the festive season in full swing the Mercury brings you the ultimate guide to Dalston’s cultural Christmas highlights!

Pantomime:  Don’t miss Mother Geese by Dalston Feminist Workshop Theatre, a festive four-hour extravaganza of extemporised post-modern dance, political poetry and illustrated lectures set amid the ruins of Aleppo, because that’s what you get when men run the world. 276 more words


7 signs it's Christmas

For those of you who are still working, you’re probably well aware and repeating in your head every hour the fact that there are FIVE DAYS TO GO ’til Christmas. 1,074 more words


Cultural Property (Armed Conflicts) Bill: A summary

What is it?

The Cultural Property (Armed Conflicts) Bill (the “Bill”) was announced in the Queen’s speech and received its first reading in the House of Lords on 19 May 2016. 664 more words

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