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December 5 2013 Latest news:
Thousands of fundraisers dressed in Where’s Wally? costumes will descend upon Victoria Park early next year.
Schoolgirls are to quiz an Asian woman author in London’s East End about being forced illegally into arranged marriages by parents.
Have you ever looked at the Queen and thought, ‘I know exactly what she’s thinking’? No, me neither, but Peter Bradshaw thinks he may have cracked it in his latest novel Night of Triumph.
A new club night will be opening up on the outskirts of the City on Thurs Sep 12 which promises to be as indulgent as it is entertaining.
Legendary East End snapper David Bailey is coming home for an exhibition featuring images he took using a smartphone.
A former SAS sniper is unveiling his latest novel set in current war-torn Syria when he makes an appearance at Canary Wharf.
Carpenter Salam Jones has turned his woodwork skills in carving bespoke furniture to penning his first novel.
Ben Pedroche has a thing about rusty old gasworks and spent days going round taking snapshots of them.
Ned Boulting has noticed since becoming TV’s quintessential roving reporter that bikes are everywhere nowadays.
Sarah Pinborough has been walking the streets along the Thames in the footsteps of the notorious Victorian ‘torso’ killer who rivalled Jack the Ripper.
Profits from a new book this week on the hidden story of a London university campus which began as a pioneering Victorian philanthropic project are going towards helping today’s students in need.
Open up a war front and Justin Huggler was always right there, witnessing history as it was happening.
School children and market traders in the East End joined the festive season this week with the switching on of the Christmas lights in Chrisp Street.
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Looking after the family can often mean mums and dads are left doing all the little things that go unnoticed in the home, from tidying bedrooms, to doing the washing, even down to being the one left to change the empty toilet roll tube and restoring the bathroom to its former order.