May 2019

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Hedgehogs have recently made the headlines due to Housing Minister, Kit Malthouse, pledging his commitment to the little critters cause in light of a new petition for ‘hedgehog highways’ which has accumulated over 530,000 signatures. According to studies, the hedgehog population has declined significantly since the early 2000s. With the...

April 2019

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Ten days of protests, blockades and disruption across London came to a conclusion at the end of last week as Extinction Rebellion ended its action in the capital. Hundreds of activists marked the end of the campaign (or pause as many were keen to clarify) in Hyde Park at the...

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Vitality has published the results of its annual Britain’s Healthiest Workplace study and it lists some alarming statistics, despite a growing commitment to wellbeing in the UK by commercial developers and employers. According to the study, many businesses are still failing their employees, with three-quarters of ill-health related absence and presenteeism last...

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In London, many previously underprivileged areas have, or are rapidly changing – whether it’s bringing new homes, jobs or entertainment to these communities – regeneration projects are at an all-time high. Culture in society describes the ‘way of life’, which is passed down generations – so with that in mind,...

March 2019

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This week’s announcement that Majestic Wine is to shift much of its focus onto the online part of its business is certain to raise eyebrows. The move is based on growth in online sales, generating as much as 45 per cent of Majestic Wine’s profits, while revenue streams from the...