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Chief Rabbi Sir Ephraim Mirvis has issued a direct appeal to protect the historic Bevis Marks Synagogue, highlighting the opposition of nearly 1,000 people to the

During a visit to the Chelsea Flower Show, King Charles III was endearingly dubbed "King of the Compost" by a group of school pupils. The children, who met the

 

The Cowley Road Carnival is set to make its highly anticipated return to Oxford's Cowley Road on 1 September, marking its first appearance since 2019. The annual summer event, which draws

 

Tucked away just a stone's throw from London Bridge lies one of the city's most enchanting secrets. The ruins of St Dunstan-in-the-East church stand quietly, almost unnoticed amidst the

Sir Paul McCartney has made history as the first UK musician to become a billionaire, according to the Sunday Times Rich List. The 81-year-old former Beatle increased his wealth by £50 million

 

As dusk descended over the River Thames, the anticipation outside London's iconic Tate Modern was palpable. Among the luminaries gracing the event were supermodel Kate Moss, actress

 

The Dutch artist Joost Klein has been disqualified from the Eurovision Song Contest following a backstage incident, as reported by Swedish police after a female member of the production

 

In 2022, Buckingham Palace announced a comprehensive review of all royal patronages. Following the passing of Queen Elizabeth II, nearly 500 charities and organizations found themselves

 

Homes England, the governmental body overseeing housing and urban revitalization efforts, has unveiled plans to allocate £120,000 in grant funding to support community-driven initiatives

 

Up to 40 counterfeit paintings, including alleged works by Monet and Renoir, have been identified for sale on eBay, according to research conducted by Dr. Carina Popovici, an expert