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Hardy Jimbaz does it with a 'Smile'

Jamaica Observer 03 Feb 2023
Jimbaz told the Jamaica Observer that while Marley inspired his love for Jamaican culture, it was during regular trips to London in the 1980s to purchase dub plates and the latest reggae/dancehall hits that he became more than a fan. "I used to travel from Nigeria to London and ...

Hanover Square: Exemplary collaboration and placemaking

Building 02 Feb 2023
And in central London developers are increasingly looking beyond individual buildings to the creation of quality places as a way of attracting tenants and maximising the value of their investment ... As David Farries, senior development manager of GPE, observes, it has a “big footprint for Mayfair” ... But this is doubtless London getting much much better.

Increased cancer risk linked to ultra-processed food consumption: Study

Beijing News 01 Feb 2023
An Imperial College London-led observational study suggests that higher consumption of ultra-processed foods may be linked to an increased risk of developing and dying from cancer ... Dr Eszter Vamos, lead senior author for the study, from Imperial College London's School of Public Health, said.

Eating ham, crisps and ice cream could increase your risk of getting cancer

Metro UK 01 Feb 2023
The Imperial College London team, which led the research, said the link could not be fully proven owing to the fact it is based on ‘observations’, in which people have to remember what they eat.

UK plans “robust” rules for crypto exchanges

Cryptoslate 01 Feb 2023
The UK’s finance ministry is planning to unveil extensive cryptocurrency regulation within the next day, according to a Jan. 31 report from Reuters ... 1 ... exchanges) ... That term refers to a set of standards currently observed by companies seeking a listing on the London Stock Exchange but which could be adapted to crypto exchanges ... ....
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Your Favourite Hangover Food May Increase Cancer Risk, New Research Suggests

Huffington Post 01 Feb 2023
The study, led by a team at Imperial College London, concluded that Brits eat too many UPFs overall. The research was based on observations where people recorded what they had eaten, and the researchers were careful to add that a direct link between UPFs and cancer cannot be proven ... She continued ... Related... .

World Cancer Day on February 4 observed by 172 health orgs worldwide

The Jerusalem Post 01 Feb 2023
The day is observed in 172 other health bodies from around the world.  ... Known risk factors leading to cancer in Israel ... Cancer (Illustrative) (credit ... Meanwhile, higher consumption of ultra-processed foods have been linked to an increased risk of developing and dying from cancer, an Imperial College London-led observational study suggests ... .

Ultra-processed foods ‘may increase the risk of cancer’

ITV 31 Jan 2023
The Imperial College London team which led the study said the link could not be proven owing to the fact it is based on observations, where people remember what they ...

India unshackled from Pakistan is good news

Hindustan Times 31 Jan 2023
As we celebrate the seventh decade of our Republic, there are many achievements that India can be proud of. Today, the world looks at India with a new sense of anticipation as we emerge as one of the fastest growing major economies ... Harsh V Pant is vice-president, Observer Research Foundation, New Delhi and professor at King’s College London ... ....

Speeding driver who killed ‘selfless’ dad-of-two in hit-and-run jailed

Metro UK 30 Jan 2023
Mr Randhawa, a financial advisor, died at the scene on Great West Road in Isleworth, west London ... ‘You were undercutting a vehicle which was observing the speed limit ... If you had been observing the speed limit you could have swerved to the right and the collision could have been avoided.’.

Rúaidhrí O’Connor’s Six Nations diary: Delilah ditched, Borthwick’s big calls, and praise for Sexton

Irish Independent 30 Jan 2023
... Mail, meanwhile, is reporting that London Irish winger Ollie Hassell-Collins and Sale flanker Ben Curry are in line for their Six Nations debuts with giant lock Ollie Chessum is expected to start in the second-row.Ireland legend Mike Gibson hails SextonGame recognises game.

Conspiracism isn't a disease. It's a feature of America

Raw Story 30 Jan 2023
Articles like this one deny the truth. Battling with ourselves ... A native Minnesotan, he was educated at the University of Oxford before becoming a professor of political science at the University College London. Among members of the commentariat, especially observers of American foreign policy, his work is highly regarded ... So Klaas is no schlub.

‘A newspaperman to his fingertips’: late Observer editor Donald Trelford remembered

The Observer 29 Jan 2023
For almost two decades, working for three successive owners, Donald Trelford, who has died at the age of 85, edited the Observer under exceptional, trying circumstances ... Trelford in London in 1991 ... Observer staff group photograph, around 1988, with Donald Trelford, at the paper’s offices in St Andrew’s Hill, London ... The Observer ... Unknown/The Observer.

UAE-UK travel set to soar during Spring break, visa processing time back to normal

Gulf News 29 Jan 2023
Emirates operates 129 weekly flights, including 14 weekly services to Birmingham, 42 to London Heathrow, seven to Glasgow, 21 to Gatwick and Manchester, seven to Newcastle, and seven to Stansted ... Additionally, based on observations, a surge in bookings is usually observed when 5-star London hotels fill up.”.

Revealed: child migrants racially abused and threatened with violence at Home Office hotel

The Observer 29 Jan 2023
An Observer investigation last week that revealed dozens of young people have been kidnapped by gangs from the same hotel, prompting calls for such places to be closed and for a public inquiry ... The whistleblower, speaking out after accusing Home Office officials of ignoring his concerns, told the Observer.

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