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Northern England Parks

We left the Cotswolds and headed for Chester, a beautiful medieval town surround by its old walls. We walked the old walls, admiring the black and white buildings that are famous in this region. 911 more words


Humans of Kingston University

“I’m not brave and I don’t usually make impulse decisions, but while visiting London for the holiday, I got a tattoo of Trafalgar Square’s coordinates. I remember my first time visiting, I was walking around the National Gallery and I found a window that over looked the entire square. 174 more words

Brookfield said to be in talks to buy $732 million London tower

Brookfield Asset Management Inc. is in exclusive talks to acquire CityPoint Tower, a London office building less than a mile from the Bank of England, according to two people with knowledge of the matter. 319 more words


RwandAir to start London Gatwick flights by 2017

RwandAir’s CEO John Mirenge has names London Gatwick as the carrier’s first destination in Europe.

In an interview with The New Times, Mirenge said talks between the U.K. 84 more words


An American's Thoughts on an Englishman's View of the U.S. Election

I am not often in disagreement with Dr. Sean Gabb. We can certainly agree that the American empire, which grew up in the decades following the Second World War, has had many detrimental effects on Western Civilization and on the world at large. 3,045 more words

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'Big Ben' takes a well earned rest

By Daniel McSweeney

London, England — One of the most iconic structures in England is ‘Big Ben.’ Now before you think it’s that ‘big clock tower’ off Westminster Bridge, give your head a firm but gentle shake. 475 more words

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