Thursday, February 22The Voice of London

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Horses, Planes And A Mini Waitrose: Hatton Cross vs Hyde Park Corner

Horses, Planes And A Mini Waitrose: Hatton Cross vs Hyde Park Corner

Generation Rent
As London rent prices reach stratospheric heights, we visit the cheapest and most expensive parts of London to live. Words: Matt Hooper, Corey Armishaw, Natasha Bandlish The town of Bedfont sits next to Hatton Cross tube station, which is the cheapest area in London to live. Located in South West London (well, it’s pretty much inside Heathrow Airport), the average monthly rent price is £324 a month. We popped along to get a feel for the location and to see why it's such a bargain. https://vine.co/v/eE6VTxZgqwE We stepped out of Hatton Cross tube station and were greeted by: https://vine.co/v/eE6Yltgz61Y After asking where the nearest residential area was (we got lost; we initially went through the front door, but it turned out the back door had more going for it), we set o
Generation rent might have just found their Momentum

Generation rent might have just found their Momentum

Generation Rent
Jeremy Corbyn’s Labour leadership campaign has created a new movement, coined Momentum; we took a look at how this hopes to galvanise a very disparaged ‘Generation Rent’. Words: Mattia Bosio, Ena Bilobrk, Isabella Ellis, Jack Everitt, Cerys Kenneally. It was World Homeless Day last week. So in London, with a swell of young people on the streets, you’d be forgiven for assuming that the event would have merited some serious attention. It most definitely didn’t. You could count the amount of people gathered outside Euston Square on one hand and with technical issues preventing speeches the event quickly dispersed. It cannot be dismissed that Britain's streets are filled with campaigners like never before. Tory austerity measures have enraged thousands. But these movements are
Money can’t buy happiness, but it can pay your rent!

Money can’t buy happiness, but it can pay your rent!

Generation Rent
A quick insight into the wide range of clichés that can be found in London. Words: Christie Bannon, Costanza Maraffio, Ludovica D'Angiò, Ludovica Parisi. Drawings: Costanza Maraffio.  London’s tube map can be confusing for brave foreigners who have just moved to the city. And when it comes to looking for a place to live they can’t be more lost. In London, choosing an area to live in means choosing how you are going to be portrayed by others. That’s a sticky label you cannot avoid getting. Therefore, it is our duty to provide you with a stereotyped list of the people you’re most likely to run into when walking through the streets of some of the most popular areas of London. Which area of London do you belong to? Click on the link in order to find out! 1) South Kensington:  South K
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