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The Future of Travel Post-Brexit

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What Brexit Could Mean For Travellers To and From the UK Guest post by Martin Stokes One of the (many) benefits afforded to UK citizens as a result of the United Kingdom being part of the European Union is that of free travel and movement. Anyone from any country within the...
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How to Socialise For Less in London

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Have fun without breaking the bank By Sylvia Nankivell from Student Money Saver If there’s one happening spot where everyone wants to hang out, it’s London. But as anyone with a cash flow problem knows, that’s easier said than done! Being one of the world’s premier capital cities comes with a...
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Top 5 Outdoor Gyms in London

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Hand-picked outdoor gyms in London By Lizzie Exton from Inspiring Interns Nothing beats a good workout, especially if you can enjoy some sunshine and fresh air at the same time.  Over the past few years there have been outdoor gyms popping up all over the country, with obstacle courses and exercise machines...
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The Best Ethiopian Restaurants to be Found in London

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5 of the best, most reasonably priced Ethiopian restaurants in London By Lizzie Exton Ethiopian cuisine is set to be ‘The Next Big Thing’, with some amazing national dishes to sink your teeth into.  From spicy stews to mouth-watering flatbreads, Ethiopian cooking has something to suit every palate and there are...
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Where To Move To In London (On A Graduate Salary)

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The most affordable London boroughs for graduates in 2018 By Henna Patel You’ve just graduated, and you’re about to embark on your first graduate job in England’s lively, multicultural, and busting capital, London. Firstly, congratulations! You made it through all those draining application forms, difficult interviews, psychometric tests, and now you’re...
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The London Student Survival Guide 2018

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Advice for students studying in London By Sylvia from Studentmoneysaver It’s scary enough going to university without doing it in a major capital city. London is an exciting place for the unfamiliar, but also an overwhelming one. As soon as a stranger arrives in the big smoke they are immediately caught...
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10 ‘Rainy-Day’ Activities in London on a Budget

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10 inspiring things to do in London when it rains By Amelia There’s no doubt about it. Our capital city is magical. After all, where else could you peer at a Picasso, visit royal headquarters, and take afternoon tea in the course of one day? But for recent grads, summer...
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10 Awesome & Cheap Happy Hour Deals In London

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How to drink in Central London without spending a fortune By Sophia Moss (follow Sophia on Twitter: @EndlessMoss) London is notoriously expensive and our pubs/bars are no exception. A night out which would be perfectly affordable in most other cities can end up costing a fortune and even a few pints down...
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London’s Top 10 Parks For Drinking & Sunbathing

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Want To Sunbathe, Relax and Drink at Midday This Summer? By Sophia Moss (follow Sophia on Twitter: @EndlessMoss) Summer is finally here, and in Britain, that means the legs are out, the beers are bought and we are heading out to sunbathe and soak up all the vitamin D before the realizes...
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London’s Best Open-Air Cinemas

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The coolest places to enjoy a movie this summer By Afro An outdoors screening is one of the best things someone can do in London. Wrapped up in a blanket with a lager in hand, watching a favourite film… bliss! It may have started in conventional forums but the places now...
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