By Tim Hall Telegraph 25 Sep 2006 Britain may have become an island after a Biblical-style flood split it from Europe in less than 24 hours, according to new geological … Continue reading
Combining the eroticism of Wagner and genius of Schumann, Hugo Wolf’s lieder are mini-masterpieces, says Ian Bostridge Manic creativity … Hugo Wolf Ian Bostridge The Guardian, Friday 15 September 2006 … Continue reading
Helen Brown reviews Casanova’s Women by Judith Summers Telegraph, 1st October 2006 In her latest biography, Casanova’s Women, Judith Summers relays all the most succulent scandals from the life of … Continue reading
Camp Century – part of Project Iceworm – is underground cold war network that had been thought buried forever, until climate change made that highly unlikely The lid of Camp … Continue reading
Now the Redeemed Christian Church of God Kings Chapel. The pub on the opposite corner, the Electric Orange, is also closed down, and is now a convenience store.
Everything you need to know about the bind Germany’s biggest bank finds itself in, and why it matters Deutsche Bank is grappling with a string of problems that are concerning … Continue reading
Our Tudor Brexiteer, by Hans Holbein the Younger CREDIT: ALAMY Ambrose Evans-Pritchard Telegraph 25 SEPTEMBER 2016 Nomura has a sober warning for Brexiteers. The last time England defied the European … Continue reading
As businesses prepare to invest outside London following the shock vote to leave the EU, one city is already wooing potential customers Frankfurt’s mayor Peter Feldman said he believed Brexit … Continue reading