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Kate Moss Finally Launches Her Own Talent Agency

It’s been some time in the works but the world’s most famous supermodel, Kate Moss, has finally given more details on the talent management company she’s set to launch. ‘Kate Moss Agency’ was officially unveiled within Business of Fashion‘s special edition October issue.

Visit the ‘Wild Cats’ at Paradise Park, Hertfordshire

Some of the most amazing animals live in the wild, mostly in countries that are no where near the United Kingdom. These include Tigers, Snow Leopards, Lion’s, Cheetah’s, Panda’s, Gorilla’s and Polar Bears. Paradise Wildlife Park provides a large range of these animals as well as only wild cats. It holds animals that everyone in the family will enjoy to ...

Relationships with Love: Simpler than we think!

“I like being around you,” he says daily. “I love being around you,”she says back. They spend most of their time just enjoying the peace and quiet of the relationship. The outside world still exists but when they are together nothing can bring them down. Smiling at each other while laughing at life is a favorite pass time. The electrifying touch ...

Battle of Britain Day – 15th September



By 1940 Germany had taken over most of Europe, Britain was the only country in Europe Hitler had left to concur. Britain had turned down several surrendering offers from Hitler, so he decided to push the situation by forming what was to become known as 'The Battle of Britain'.

After France surrendered to Germany, it was Hitlers opportunity to fight for Britain and their surrender, over the seas. Hitler decided to use his most powerful force to attack the RAF after being reassured by a commander named Hermann Goring that his German air force will destroy the RAF within 4 weeks.

Britain was expecting an attack because France had surrendered to Germany. It was Germany's goal to get through France to Britain. Britain had invented something called 'Radar', it detected when the Luftwaffe were coming for an attack over the English Channel. It was located all around the edge of south England and gave the RAF twenty minuets to get into the sky to fight the German attacks. To win the Battle of Britain the RAF used their best and most technic

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BBC’s Bake Off Bye Bye: A Bruised Brand?

The Great British Bake Off. It’s the darling of the UK’s autumnal Wednesday evenings, a curiously charming crossbreed set at just the right temperature between Blue Peter warmth and the competitive heat of The Apprentice. Few have tried to resist it, fewer have succeeded, and with the show now into its sixth series it has truly become a national treasure, ...

Learning a Language from Within a Culture

Recently, I’ve gotten more in touch with my cavewoman side. Pointing, grunting (politely), and playing charades with the woman at the grocery checkout line are all in a day’s work for me. Now, as much as I love party games, trying to act out “Do you accept credit cards???” and “I forgot my PIN,” can get old after awhile… especially ...

The Amalfi Coast, the alternative way

Crystal clear waters, jaw dropping cliffs, spectacular scenery…the Amalfi Coast in Italy fits every holiday cliche you could imagine. Despite this, it really is stunning.

Child, Aristocrat, Muse.. the “real” heroine of Alice in Wonderland

While everyone has heard of Alice and Wonderland, little is known of the woman who inspired the book, or its muse. An ambiguous figure, she lived a public yet private life. A fairy tale – it might seem – on the surface, yet tinged with sadness. Known for being the shadow of her fictional alter ego, Alice Liddell, one of ...

Mancunian derby match: clash of the titans

After a very turbulent summer transfer window and two teams today worth over £320 million, this Saturday’s clash seeing Manchester United face Manchester City already promises to be one of the highlights of this Premier League season. At home at Old Trafford, the Red Devils are fearing no one. Stronger under the management of the former Chelsea manager José Mourinho, the northerners ...

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