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London’s new booze-free bar

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Since February, Londoners have been clamouring to get a reservation at BYOC, a hidden 18-seat bar where you bring the hooch and the mixologist supplies the magic.
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Living in... great university towns

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Usually liberal and forward thinking, these five cities have culturally vibrant, well-educated populations and are often ranked as some of the most sought after places to live.
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Twenty-one days out in London

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From eerily immersive film screenings to scavenger hunts by way of the Underground, the English capital preserves its knack for fun.
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Feast at London’s Tobacco Docks

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Starting 7 March, East London’s four-day gastronomic festival features gourmet offerings from more than 28 dining hotspots, as well as a supper club centred around fried chicken.
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Look on the bright side at London’s light show

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Showcasing artwork from the 1960s onwards, the illuminating and disorientating Hayward Gallery exhibition throws visitors’ perception of light and space.
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London for William Morris fans

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The city that was home to the father of England’s Arts and Crafts movement for much of his 19th-century life has several attractions for Morris-minded travellers.
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