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Partition 1947 – maladministration or criminal negligence?

The British role in partition is at best maladministration and at worst criminal negligence by the authorities of the British Raj under the last Viceroy of India, Louis Mountbatten. With…

Sylhet’s own Brexit – Partition referendum of 1947

One of the untold stories of Partition is the Partition referendum in Sylhet.  Very unusually for partition along the borders of the proposed two-states of India and Pakistan, the Sylhet…

Electric cars are good news – but is London ready for the demand?

The excellent letters in the ES today under title Electric presents a charging point challenge tells us of the deep concerns Londoners have about the availability of electric cars in…

Manchester – A City United

As Manchester unites in grief over the appalling attack on young concert goers at MEN arena on Monday night, it added a whole lot more emotion to the Europa League…

Homer Simpson comes to Bell St, NW1

Lisson Gallery successfully bring us larger than life cartoon characters to London, NW1 by hosting an exhibition of Joyce Pensato FORGETTABOUT IT between 19th May to 24th June 2017 via…