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22nd May 2012

A couple of words can have quite the impact. When combined and then placed next to a sculpture or installation, "don't touch" can be bitterly frustrating to the heart and soul. Despite our other senses getting their due, so to speak – sight and sound – there is still a very human desire to read more ...

22nd May 2012

David Cameron, in a major speech on the state of the UK economy, has admitted that the much beleaguered eurozone has reached a crisis point. The prime minister considers the impasse akin to that of being at a crossroads – whatever direction is taken has profound outcomes on the fortunes of member read more ...

21st May 2012

One of William Shakespeare's most famous soliloquies comes in the second act of the tragedy Macbeth, with the eponymous protagonist, manipulated by his wife's duplicitous words, deliriously preparing himself to murder King Duncan. "Is this a dagger which I see before me," he says feverishly. "The read more ...

17th May 2012

Last spring, Tate Britain announced that it would embark on a groundbreaking 20-year multi-stage makeover of its space in a venture known as the Millbank Project. The scheme is seen as one of the most comprehensive and ambitious of its kind, a demonstration of the gallery's vision and commitment to read more ...

17th May 2012

The number of companies considering international relocation for both themselves and employees could be on the up. According to the Office for National Statistics (ONS) the trade deficit in the UK is diminishing thanks largely to companies branching out their operations and moving overseas. If read more ...

17th May 2012

Those moving to Italy face a much more stable economic situation than could have been the case if its authorities hadn't reacted in the way they did. That's the view of Reza Moghadam, director of the International Monetary Fund's (IMF) European department, who has praised the European nation for read more ...

17th May 2012

Couples moving overseas have been advised that getting married abroad is getting easier all the time and need not present too much of a problem. Jane Anderson, a prominent wedding writer, has said that more and more people now get married abroad every year so for those currently considering read more ...

15th May 2012

After much deliberation, a strong longlist of ten contenders for the Art Fund Prize, which included M Shed in Bristol, the National Museum Of Scotland in Edinburgh and the famous Bletchley Park in Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire, has been whittled down to four contenders. Battling it out to be named read more ...

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