Cité zine was launched in 2017 a by British travel journalist with itchy feet and a desire for a better quality of life. The aim is to compare and contrast life in the UK with other cities around the world to find out where the best places to be a woman are regarding education, culture, health, childcare, work, and longevity. The name Cité is old French for city and ‘union of citizens, a citizenry,’ which is all the more relevant post Brexit.
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Fighting against the fossil fuel industry is something campaigner Jeremy Leggett has been doing for many years with his work in social enterprise, charity, business, lobbying, and activism at Greenpeace.
The fire in London’s Grenfell Tower has been the first item on news broadcasts in Berlin this week with much speculation about why it spread so quickly and whether the same thing could happen here.
Award-Winning Berlin Property Entrepreneur Calls for Greater Honesty and Transparency in the Property Market
Achim Amann, an inspirational property entrepreneur who set up the first international flat fee online estate agency in London – and who now heads up Black Label Berlin, is calling for greater honesty and transparency in the property market.
Black Label Properties has teamed up with vpmk Rechtsanwälte Legal Services to offer a dual service to help entrepreneurs set up a company and obtain a residency permit in one application.
Peter, a Sheffield-based administrator, first noticed reflux symptoms in 2009 and put up with them for a while thinking they were caused by vocal stress from his singing in a punk band.
Gastric reflux is a common condition that can have a big impact on someone’s lifestyle. Symptoms include heartburn and regurgitation with sufferers often prescribed an anti-reflux medication called proton pump inhibitors (PPIs).
Kirsty Milne, an 18-year-old from Exeter, suffered from acid reflux that was so severe she lost a quarter of her body weight and was hospitalised for two weeks, some of it in intensive care.