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New book penetrates world of art forgery and authentication

Imperial College Press and World Science Publishers have released “The Scientist and the Forger” a new book by Jehane Ragai, that takes the reader down the fascinating and ever more turbulent journey of forgery detection and art authentication.

Anjool Maldé Memorial Trust announces winners of Jools Awards 2015

Some 17 among the UK’s brightest talents won Jools Awards in 2015. Each year Anjool’s Trust – the AMMT – presents awards and prize money to exemplary achievers across scholarship and citizenship, music, journalism, photography and enterprise and innovation.

London charity marks World Homelessness Day in concert with Jo Brand

Jo Brand (pictured) hosted a spectacular charity classical concert at the Royal Festival Hall last night in aid of The Passage, who work to end homelessness for thousands of people on London’s streets each year.

Every paper tells a story – British Library Newspaper Archive treasures deliver a treasure trove of bizarre, funny and thought-provoking stories, from 1729-1930

The unrivalled collection of newspapers held by the British Libraryhave been trawled by journalist and author Rona Levin for a book which brings together some of the strangest human-interest stories written in newspapers.  Levin's eclectic selection spans two centuries of writing, finding stories that gripped the nation up to 285 years ago.

Anjool’s Trust announces 2014 Award Winners

Anjool Maldé Memorial Trust is pleased to congratulate ten worthy Award Winners for 2014. Anjool’s Trust, a legacy to Anjool (Jools) Maldé (1984-2009), makes annual awards to the UK’s brightest and talented across key areas of activity and interest that Jools himself was passionate about.

New book: 11 Oak Street

The true story of the abduction of a three-year-old child from Bristol, England, to San Francisco, California, and its appalling consequences.

Anjool Maldé Trust Presents New Awards

Winners of music, journalism, enterprise and scholarship awards announced along with the launch of a brand new prize for photography.

Top divorce lawyer offers cohabiting couples 'no-nups'

Head of Family law at Seddons, Deborah Jeff, is quoted by the Evening Standard today as saying the number of couples signing “no-nup” agreements before they move in together is rising sharply.

Family lawyer comments on Scot Young prison sentence

Top London Family Lawyer Deborah Jeff comments on the sentencing of 'property tycoon' Scot Young over non-compliance to respond to questions in the High Court about the whereabouts of his 'missing' millions...

Top Family Lawyer comments on Prest divorce ruling

Deborah Jeff comments on a court ruling that oil tycoon Michael Prest should not be forced to hand over assets totalling £18m to his former wife, cutting his divorce bill by £9m.


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