Category Archives: Business

Inside the new Clayton Hotel City of London

Clayton Hotel City of London will officially open its doors to excited guests for the first time on Thursday 24th January at 12noon. The four-star hotel, which is owned and operated by Dalata Hotel Group, is the eighth Clayton to open in the UK and

West London crooks convicted of conspiracy to supply illicit meds

Jagdiep Dhonsi, Amrin Mirza and Shirina Ali were sentenced yesterday at Southwark Crown court for their involvement in the illegal supply of potentially dangerous prescription-only medicines. Dhonsi was sentenced to 38 months imprisonment, Mirza to 18 months imprisonment, and Ali to 9 months imprisonment for

UCL staff recognised in New Year’s Honours 2019

Professor Jonathan Montgomery (UCL Laws) was appointed Knight Bachelor for services to Bioethics and Healthcare Law. Professor Sir Jonathan joined UCL Laws in 2013. Alongside his academic contributions while at UCL, he has been Chair of the Nuffield Council on Bioethics, Chair of the Health

NHS better equipped for winter with £420 million funding

Hospitals across England are delivering 81 projects to provide improvements this winter using money from a £420 million winter fund. Social care services also received funding and are using it to increase their winter capacity. The £420 million is the total of several funding announcements

Escort shame of disgraced Mark Broadhead

Self styled city high flyer Mark Broadhead was at the centre of another scandal this week as it emerged that he was a habitual user of escort girls. Sleazy Broadhead, 60, paid women for sex as he sought thrills in the seedier streets of Prague.

Consumers in London divided by shopping on Christmas Day

Two-fifths (41 per cent) of Londoners think it’s rude to shop on Christmas Day while six in 10 (59 per cent) think it’s perfectly fine. Despite the controversy, research from TopCashback.co.uk, the UK’s most generous cashback shopping site, reveals nearly a third (31 per cent) of