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Outrage as Hunting Parties Exempt From UK Governments ‘Rule of Six’ Law

Hunting is a contentious issue within the United Kingdom, with many organisations campaigning to protect UK wildlife and against the practice of “blood sports” such as Fox Hunting – an activity that has been a “traditional sport” in some circles of British life.
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Boijmans Van Beuningen Museum Finalizing Depot Project With Over 150,000 Exhibits

Smack in the middle of Rotterdam is a structure that curves over 120 feet in the air and reflects the clouds through its walls of mirrored glass. The Boijmans Van Beuningen museum now has a new open storage extension that will contain collections of over 150,000 objects from a wide variety of collections. 

London Fashion Week September 2020 – How Has The Event Adapted?

As with many of the popular lifestyle and cultural events that many look forward to every year, London Fashion Week has also been moved predominantly online due to the coronavirus and the gender-neutral showcase of the SS21 collections began this week.
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The Arguments in Favour of A Four-Day Working Week

The pandemic has proven to be a trying and unprecedented time for everyone. Our life plans, daily routines and in some cases, livelihoods have been disrupted. However, in terms of the workplace, for many companies, the enforced lockdown procedures to safeguard against the spread of COVID-19.
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Ambient Music-Maker John Hassell On Embracing The Sounds Of The World

The 83-year-old ambient musician has been praised over the years from other artists such as Bono, Jean-Michel Basquiat, Björk, and countless others.

Hassell himself describes the fourth world music of today as any body of work that takes multiple elements from various genres of sound and is able to convey the message of: “I’m aware of that, I’m aware of this, and here’s what I’m coming up with.” Read more…