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50 years after the Sexual Offences Act 1967 partially decriminalised homosexuality in England and Wales, the British Library'sGay
A book that was stolen by the Nazis during the Holocaust has been finally reunited with its rightful owner by the British
People often say to me "how did you succeed at anything with no education"? Well the secret is I didn't. I was educated, but
Close your eyes for a minute. Think of a favourite place on the coast. Tune into your memory sound bank and start to imagine the sounds that fill the airwaves. It could be the sounds from the days spent at the coast as a kid when the day felt like it would never end. Or it might be a trip to a seabird colony clinging to the cliffs and creating an intense wall of sound.
I was pleased to be among the few hundred people that gathered in the Camden Centre for Stand Up and Spit: The Big One, which
The British Library have made the entire archive of the landmark feminist magazine, Spare Rib, available online. The magazine
The success of virtual companies that thrive via remote working means the traditional office has had its day. Yet just because
The four surviving copies of Magna Carta have been united in London for the first time. The document - one of the first steps
For newly launched businesses, keeping control of finances is a necessity and those that act nonchalantly about expenses will often pay the price later down the line. Many start ups fall into the mistake of taking on too many overheads...