A New Breed Of Investor, Susannah Streeter, Senior Investment and Markets Analyst, Hargreaves Lansdown

Throughout history youth rebellions have come in many forms, from the riots across Europe in 1968 to the Arab Spring uprisings and the environmental protests that have erupted around the world. Armed with placards, chants and slogans, young people have massed in towns and cities attempting to change economic policies and entire regimes, with varying…

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Experimental Group and Italian Supper Club Launch New Restaurant ‘Da Henrietta’ in Covent Garden

In previous collaborations, the acclaimed Italian Supper Club have hosted pop-ups and residencies at a selection of Experimental Group venues. Brought together by their appetite to offer guests the very best food and drink in a relaxed yet vibrant environment, the two brands believe they are pioneering a new breed of cool hospitality.  Following the…

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Ben Derbyshire, Former President, RIBA

What exactly does RIBA (The Royal Institute of British Architects) do? The Royal Institute of British Architects is a global professional membership body driving excellence in architecture. We serve our members and society to deliver better buildings and places, stronger communities and a sustainable environment. Being inclusive, ethical, environmentally aware and collaborative underpins all that…

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Dan Cruickshank – The First Cities

I’ve pursued it around the world. There’s an alchemy about brick – about all building materials made from fired clay – where the elements of earth and water are transformed by fire into a material that can be more durable than stone. Through fire, a soft, ephemeral and ‘base’ material – mud – is transmuted…

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About I-MAGAZINE – politics, business, culture.

IMAGAZINE is a business and politics laced magazine with lifestyle and culture content. The editorial relies strongly on in depth interviews with the leaders of the business and political scenes. From David Milliband to Baroness de Rothschild, I-MAGAZINE reveals their personal view and the journeys that have taken them to where they are, often revealing…

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London’s Finest Room, by Jeremy Paxman

By Jeremy Paxman, author of ‘Empire’. London can claim a fairly impressive range of buildings and institutions, but for me one tower’s over all the rest – The London Library in St James’s Square. Years ago, I used to go to the old circular reading room of the British Library, imagining that if I stayed…

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Sir Li Ka-Shing

What is behind the rise of populism in Hong Kong in recent years? What do you think the solution is? The widening wealth gap is a growing global social problem and it is a very thorny issue for governments everywhere. If government set policies through the emotive lens of populist sentiments, it might make you…

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41 by President, George W. Bush

In late May 2014, I received a phone call from Jean Becker, my father’s longtime chief of staff. She got straight to the point. “Your dad wants to make a parachute jump on his ninetieth birthday. What do you think?” About eighteen months earlier, Jean had called to review the funeral arrangements for my father.…

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Post Stylesheet

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