UK restaurant reviews – The Guardian

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Three venues in one building cater to all tastes from Pissed Jeans to Freddie Gibbs but the Institute feels tired for a place so recently renovatedCapacity: 1,500 (The Institute), 600 (The Library), 300 (The Temple).Who plays there: This is a venue that is well balanced between rockin and [...]
Tue, Sep 02, 2014
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The London mayor sees a new estuary airport as representing everything thats great about London, Britain...and Boris Johnson Boris Johnsons scornful response to the rejection of his dream of a new hub airport in the Thames estuary may seem excessive and, to casual observers of the London mayors big fun [...]
Tue, Sep 02, 2014
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Mayor Johnsons attitude to Londons bus service demonstrates the type of politician he is and why his predecessor was a better mayorBoris Johnsons public transport priorities are a guide to his beliefs about politics, progress and humankind. His lobbying of George Osborne to keep Crossrail and the Tube upgrades on [...]
Sat, Aug 30, 2014
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From a cute blue-and-white hut to a thatched cottage, we select five suitably charming properties for hiding away in this idyllic corner of the countryCheck into this blue-and-white-painted hut and your neighbours will be beech trees, fruit bushes (its on a PYO farm), barn owls and deer. A kitchen, shower [...]
Sat, Aug 30, 2014
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Plus: watersports in Ayrshire, a celebration of the Thames and autumns crop of outdoor arts festivalsThe National Trust has more than 300 holiday homes, from bothies to manor houses. This pint-sized castle at Blickling Hall in Norfolk was used as a race stand in the 18th century. After a recent [...]
Sat, Aug 30, 2014
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Photographer Michael Thomas Jones takes a trip along the A9, Scotlands longest A-road, to document how people are voting Read Jenny Turners piece about the trip up the A9 ... [...]
Fri, Aug 29, 2014
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Scotland's longest A-road runs through the towns, villages and glens that have defined the country. On the eve of the independence vote, we take a trip along the A9, to hear who's in and who's outMy son wanted to know if the toilet he had just been to behind [...]
Fri, Aug 29, 2014
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Ahead of Bestival, which takes place next weekend on the Isle of Wight, festival founder and DJ, Rob da Bank, shares his exclusive summer mixtape inspired by Ibiza sunsets Tune in: listen to more summer sessionsRob da Bank is so much more than a lover of leftfield electronic sounds. His [...]
Fri, Aug 29, 2014
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Part of the Totally Thames festival, Mapping London is an exhibition of maps of the capital, dating from 1572 to 2013. Curated by Daniel Crouch, a leading specialist map dealer, it runs from 4 to 14 September at the gallery at Oxo Tower Wharf ... [...]
Thu, Aug 28, 2014
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They dont often get snapped, but books are surely the most important travel companions so this summer we asked you to photograph them. From the Greek islands to Croatia to staycations, they have been to some enviable locations. Here is just a selection see all the contributions and [...]
Wed, Aug 27, 2014
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