When it was an archery range.
Bad puns, silly hats and the banging tree decoration…first brought together in the capital.
What now for the protest movement?
News. Because even the queen can’t stop stuff happening.
Final Occupy camp to be uprooted.
High Court ruling on St Paul’s camp.
We’ve only just recovered from the groin strain and hangovers of The Chap and Hendricks Olympiad and now another alcoholic silly sporting event has come along. Just as well we are all still in fine form after training so strenuously for the golden bowler hat …
This Week In London’s History Monday – 25th June 1953: John Christie is sentenced to death for the murder of his wife, whose body was found with several others hidden beneath the floorboards of his house in Notting Hill, West London. His conviction casts serious …
London always goes a bit loopy in the heat. Unlikely couplings and incredulous incidents occur once the mercury creeps past a certain point, people and places begin to melt and blur into one another… Outdoor swimming pools become cinemas, banking districts become beaches… If you’re …