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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
Huge painting of South London’s Bronze medallist

Huge painting of South London’s Bronze medallist

art, Arts, Entertainment, Uncategorized
The large mural has attracted much attention by those Croydon’s' residents or those travelling in and out of Croydon. But what is it all about? The mural of Joshua Buatsi on Holmesdale road is a beacon of hope to those living in the area. Buatsi was born in Ghana before his family moved to the UK and resided in Croydon. He learnt how to fight in the South Norwood and Victory gym. The painting has relevance to the announcement of The Nike Training Camp Croydon which launches in January 2019. https://twitter.com/boxingbuatsi/status/1067480301050519552 The painting states ‘The gym doesn't tell you to get work in before school, you do’ this optimises motivation and strife which in a town affected by the knife crime epidemic. The painting can be viewed from the estates op
Restaurant review: L’Arpège, Paris

Restaurant review: L’Arpège, Paris

Food, Lifestyle, Uncategorized
The house of faith for vegetables. Probably the most divisive restaurant, L’Arpège is a place where you’d either love or hate, no in-between. As a loyal fan of the popular series Chef’s Table I came across chef Alain Passard’s 3 Michelin-star restaurant for the first time. His passion for cooking could be easily noticed in the episode, which showed how he began gaining recognition with meat dishes and afterwards found his calling with vegetables. The restaurant and the chef received a lot of praises for creating a revolution on fine-vegetable-dining, and it is always fully-booked, even though the prices are very (very!) steep. I managed to score a reservation for my best friend’s birthday. She’s a vegetarian and a foodie, so I knew chef Alain Passard’s restaurant would b
Why do we still care about Madeleine McCann?

Why do we still care about Madeleine McCann?

Featured, News, UK, Uncategorized, World
11 years of searching, £11.75m of taxpayers money, and still nothing to show for it. This is the reality of the search for Madeleine McCann. Police received a further £150,000 in government funding last week to aid their search. The investigation was taken up by The Metropolitan Police in 2011 after the Portuguese police had few successes in their search. BBC News reported that detectives have been applying to the Home Office every six months for a grant to continue their work. The extra influx of cash was met with criticism from other parents of missing children around the UK, claiming "all missing children need a voice." Karen Downes, the mother of 14-year-old Charlene Downes, told the Mirror, "A child goes missing in the UK every three minutes. What about all those others who neve
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