History of Human Rights 1/

1941 – President Franklin Delano Roosevelt (US), together with Prime Minister Winston Churchill (UK) adopted the Atlantic Charter on the vessel, HMS Prince of Wales. This document set the goals for the post-war world and it was the inspiration of many international agreements that followed the war. It was an affirmation “of certain common principles in the national policies of their respective countries on which they based their hopes for a better future for the world.” The eight principal points of the Charter were: Their countries seek no aggrandisement, territorial or other; They desire to see no territorial changes that … Continue reading History of Human Rights 1/

Riddle and Finns (Seafront)

Riddle and Finns is a Brighton based seafood restaurant with two homes; one in the Lanes and another on the beach. The beach location has an al fresco terrace looking over the sea and is always rather busy so it’s worth booking in advance. The restaurant is working with trusted and knowledgeable suppliers, their main supplier of fresh fish are local Shoreham based BNFS, who provide us with day caught local fish and shellfish from their fleet of inshore fishing boats. The vast majority of their produce is from the local Sussex area. They have an extensive wine and Champagne … Continue reading Riddle and Finns (Seafront)

Covent Garden – Christmas Lights

Covent Garden is a district in London, full of restaurants, fashion stores, bars a Market and London’s Transport Museum. During Christmas Time the Piazza is covered with 115,000 lights sparkling across the market and its adjoining streets, and London’s biggest handpicked tree with its 30,000 festive lights. It’s also the filming location of Emma Thompson’s new Christmas movie, Last Christmas featuring Emilia Clarke. Continue reading Covent Garden – Christmas Lights