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Join leaders from London’s creative hubs as they discuss the big issues facing the future of our city’s beloved culture scene
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The Drawing Room: A little-known gem (and a place to bag a bargain)

This tiny London institution dedicated to drawing deserves to be much better-known

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Insider

Scotland Vs England: inside the intense rivalry

England v Scotland is the fiercest football feud of all. Robbie Smith sizes up the sides

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The Escapist

Is Leonardo DiCaprio trying to buy his way onto the new eco A-list?

As he pledges £30m to save the Galapagos Islands, the private-jet hopping actor has made his biggest and boldest green move yet

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Pubs, Bars and Nightlife

Nine of the best martinis in London

For a brain-fogging hit of joy, here’s where to head

Events and Things To Do

Keep your eye on the ball: Where to watch the Euros 2020

Every exquisitely agonising Euros moment will be on a big screen from Friday. David Ellis on where to watch the beautiful game

Food + Drink

Meet the artisans leading the way for new-wave English wines

Forget about Europe, an undercurrent of artisans is making a name for English wine 

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Amazon Prime Day gaming and console deals

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Future London

Why now is the time to act on London’s air pollution problem

Lockdowns have cleared the skies, but the capital’s air remains dirty and damaging to our health. Nicola Slawson considers the lessons from a project launched last January to look for solutions

The Air We Breathe

‘We need to confront the issue of inequality and air pollution’

Rosamund Kissi-Debrah fought for years to establish the cause of her daughter’s death. She tells Nicola Slawson why the impact of London’s dirty air is not equal