WORDS TO THE WISE: Quotes from our August 14 edition
Until a few years ago the government was funding everything we did. Then they decided to focus on 16-19 education and cut everything else, so it is hard for everyone at the moment, especially in college education. Fay Naylor, who is retiring after 17 and
Until a few years ago the government was funding everything we did. Then they decided to focus on 16-19 education and cut everything else, so it is hard for everyone at the moment, especially in college education.
Fay Naylor, who is retiring after 17 and a half years at the helm of Hampstead Garden Suburb Institute, has seen many changes in that time, not all of them for the better.
I would die for a bowl of cereal with milk. Apparently the Chinese think the British smell of dairy products although no-one has actually said that to me. I would love some milk and cheese though.
Despite being in China during the Olympics, student Naomi Morris is still having home cravings from abroad.
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Hampstead Theatre has a nice aesthetic about it but the Royal Free [Hospital] looks like a great NCP car park.
Singer Sam Obernik on the good and the ugly around Hampstead.
- 1 North London floods return – with South End Green deluged again
- 2 'Body blow': Crouch End NatWest bank to close
- 3 Haverstock Hill cycle lanes set for approval by Camden Council – again
- 4 Historic Archway site set for major housing development after land sale
- 5 Source Bulk Foods health store opens in Crouch End
- 6 'The council thought asking your view is unnecessary'
- 7 Call for answers after flood 'destroyed parents' love letters and vinyl records'
- 8 'Time for the government to face up to the climate emergency'
- 9 'No one should be aiming to breathe air that is only just legal'
- 10 Haringey Council launches investigation into land deal with rapper
PC McGann: What do they exchange their partners for? Bridge, perhaps? Or dominoes? Answer: If you're an adult, you know what they swop for.
Exchange between a policeman and club owner Douglas Ifedha during a Camden Council licensing hearing, concerning the goings-on at 'bar and chill-out club', the Soho Beach House.
Guy showed them music isn't just about singing but about producing, and business too. It was fantastic to watch them in action. Guy got a lot out of it too. He's their idol now.
Nathaniel Levy, whose teenage brother was stabbed to death in 2004, praises the work songwriter Guy Chambers is doing by mentoring teenagers in his home studio.
If we had not had any urgency to get on with it we would not be in the muddle we are in. Dr Wakefield was a man in a hurry.
Professor John Walker-Smith giving evidence at the GMC hearing into controversial MMR research.