St. Pancras

I have to travel for business. It's a perk, and sometimes a drawback, of the job. And while I travel, there's nothing more important to me than to stay connected. Connected to work and family, yes, but also connected to 'things'.
Have you seen the new Christmas tree in St Pancras station? It's fourteen metres high, made entirely from Disney toys and it burns my eyes. This is not what Christmas is about. I want softly twinkling lights, jingle bells and a cinnamon and orange aroma drifting through the air.
People watching ITV News on Sunday evening saw something the journalist didn't - a moped drive straight into a passing pedestrian
Passengers wait for information about cancelled Eurostar trains at St Pancras International A Eurotunnel spokesman said on
You might ask why we support art at the station. Well that's easy, we do it because we believe that people want to be in places which hold interest for them, which stimulate their thoughts and which provide a little respite to what can otherwise seem a very mundane world - particularly for those who commute every day to and from their place of work.
Both my guest and I (guest? It was my mum) got a bit lost as we wended our way to the Great Northern Hotel this week, which sits between the newly-refurbished King's Cross Station and its close neighbour St. Pancras. It's all those exits - utterly baffling.
Public art plays an integral role in any big city. Whether it's Paris, Berlin, Rio or in this case London - art created solely for public consumption and enjoyment should express the aspirations of that city's inhabitants, its visitors and its workers. An important injection of joy into the average person's day.
An inquest into the death of Amy Winehouse will be reheard, after it emerged the coroner who oversaw the original investigation
We all know the most famous and stylish places to eat, drink and snack in London; but if you scratch under the surface, there are some great lesser-known places on offer from this bustling city.
Black tie is at its heart, a dress code. But for many people, men and woman alike, 'black tie' is a perjorative term. One that conjures up images of awkward evening events and posh social functions.