Early this morning, a fight broke out between a group of young men in one of the busiest streets in the capital. Police was called from a coffee shop at around 7am after a group, believed to consist of at least six people in their 20s, was violently fighting on the pavement in front of a food and drink business in the borough of Camden. Two witnesses, who don’t want to be identified, told the Voice of London: “It was still dark and we couldn’t see properly. They were young and from what seemed to be just an argument, escalated into a wide street fight. At least two people were on the ground.” The second witness reported: “When we realised the seriousness of the situation, there was already a pond of blood on the footpath and we immediately called the police and an ambulance.” When the
A recent survey conducted by 'VoucherCodes' revealed that Cardiff is the junk food capital in Britain. In fact, this city spends more money on fast food and take aways than any other. In light of the article that came out on 'The Independent' on the 29th October, Milica Cosic wants to know if there is correlation between the student life in Cardiff and, the fact that residents spend so much money on eating junk food. An infographic by CityBasedApartments, 2017, shows that Cardiff University is one of the top eight in Britain. In fact, amongst this, the university city lies in the top seven most affordable cities to live in, meaning rent prices are lower than in cities like London. Alongside this, it has been deemed the top eight to have a city with bustling nightlife. Statistics pr...
Paolo Riva, the CEO of Diane Von Furstenberg has resigned. Reporter: Grace Brown | Sub editor: Zynab Sandhu Riva was appointed as the first ever CEO of the company in April 2015. After a 19 month stint at the label, he has resigned with immediate effect. Diane Von Furstenberg has said: "I would like to thank Paolo for his contribution to DVF. Our business strategy and Jonathan Saunders' vision for the brand remain in place," in regards to newly appointed chief creative officer. She continues: "I'm very excited about our future." Previous to joining DVF, Riva was vice president of apparel and merchandising at Tory Burch. His next move is currently unknown.
The race for White House is over. It was a long night. It was a fierce fighting. Reporter: Shingirai Mupfupi | Sub-Editor: Micaela Kolischer Trump comfortably won those states he needed to win to be a resident for White House. It was a mixed picture as exit polls got it wrong again. They were calling it for Clinton but in fact it was the opposite. It was early in the morning when Clinton Campaign Chair told supporters gathered outside New York's Jacob K. Javits Convention Center: “They are still counting and every vote counts. She has done amazing job and she is not done yet you can go home there not much to say at this point it’s too late.” Shortly afterwards, CNN and NBC reported that Clinton had called Trump to concede but would not be making a public address. What would s