Tuesday, December 11The Voice of London

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Renationalisation for the UK’s rail system?

Renationalisation for the UK’s rail system?

Investigations, Specials
Every Londoner has some point in their life experienced the Monday madness on the underground. Long queues to tap-in, watching three tubes go by before you can even see the yellow line, shuffling along the platform like a penguin to the exit – the list of annoyances is endless. In January 2018, rail fares jumped by 3.2%. Regular commuters can spend up to hundreds or thousands on train tickets and travel cards but how much value do they actually get for their money? https://twitter.com/JeaulinaCato/status/689849181389918208 Particularly since winter is coming. The UK was subjected to harsh weather conditions earlier in the year, which subsequently saw a surge in train cancellations. Network Rail said normal services were cut to “allow engineers to focus on keeping the main parts of
A day in Disneyland

A day in Disneyland

Entertainment
The time has come, it's time to celebrate and there are many ways to celebrate. One of them is to plan a day trip or a weekend in Disneyland Paris. You think you can't afford it? Follow my magic guide.  If you are tired of Winter Wonderland, let me tell you that Disneyland Paris is just across the road... well, across the sea. I tried to find you the best deals I could and surprise, I managed to plan a day trip to the magic park for £109.     Planning a Christmas day trip like this one does not happen in one night, so rule number one is to plan in advance. This way you will find the cheapest prices. But planning ahead is not the only important thing, where to look for the best prices is also important. Around mid-November, the famous Eurostar company organises
The land of hope and wonder being destroyed by money

The land of hope and wonder being destroyed by money

Football, Sport
In English football there exists a haven. A wonderful place where groups of men meet on Saturdays - sometimes a Tuesday - and they drink beer together. Some of them wait until after they’ve run around a field kicking a ball to drink their beer and others drink their beer whilst watching their mates run around a field kicking a ball. This is non-league football and it’s bloody beautiful. The incredible thing is that this happens in every city, every town, every village and every hamlet; every weekend. Where there’s a field, someone will have painted white lines along it and put up some sticks at either end. Each game noted by the Football Association and used to update league tables that stretch down to the 24th tier - each containing countless divisions. Every last one of these clubs th
Cricket World Cup 2019: What you need to know for the Summer?

Cricket World Cup 2019: What you need to know for the Summer?

Sport, Uncategorized
With the Oval set to kick-off the Cricket World Cup in just under six months’ time The Voice of London looks at all you need to know about the competition and you can get to watch it. The Format At lot has changed in Cricket over the past four years with England rising from seventh in the rankings to first, and the competition too has taken a major change in its format. For this edition there will be only ten teams participating instead of the usual 14. Each team will play each other in a round robin group stage, this was normally split into two groups. The top four teams after each team has played nine games will progress to the semi-finals as per any other tournament. https://twitter.com/Mridul_Parajuli/status/976992929922322434   The change to ten has been divisiv
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