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Death of a soldier: 27 March 1918.

Ninety seven years ago today, the Big T’s great uncle, Eric Andrew GRAY was killed in action during World War I.

I’ve recently written a couple of posts about Eric Gray, prompted in part by being sent a letter he wrote in 1917 after the Battle of Messines. 2,037 more words

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Single Mom Experiences (survey)

Please answer the following questions:

1. How long have you been a single mom?

2. Were you married before you became a single mom?

3. If divorced, how long did it take you to recover financially, emotionally, etc.? 92 more words


Pioneering graphic designer, artist and archivist, Elaine Lustig Cohen...

…is recognized for her body of design work integrating European avant-garde and modernist influences into a distinctly American, mid-century manner of communication. She is a living link between design’s modernist past and its continually changing present.  130 more words

Graphic Design

The Hospitality outlook for European cities in 2015-16 is promising says this NEW PwC Report

In 2014 “Europe attracted 22 million more international tourists than it did in 2013″ making it a record-breaking year for some hoteliers. So what do 2015 and 2016 have in store for the industry? 197 more words


Deep sea fish research finds evidence of heavy metals pollution and endocrine disruption

Deep water fish in the north-east Atlantic Ocean have been found to have a wide range of liver diseases and tumours linked to heavy metals such as mercury, cadmium and lead. 371 more words


The role of local authorities in enforcing the National Minimum Wage

The London Borough of Newham and GMB have released a new report “Pay by the rules: Local Enforcement of the National Minimum Wage” arguing that local authorities should have a greater role in enforcing the National Minimum Wage (“NMW”). 160 more words