Sisters and culinary visionaries Hayet and Sonia were so horrified by their mother’s diabetes diagnosis that they set about creating a selection of delectable cakes and pastries to satisfy her sweet tooth using only fresh, healthy ingredients and no sugar. Continue reading
April 2016 has brought two things: rain showers and a stamp duty rise on second (or more) properties. In fact, the Chancellor’s March Budget has marked significant changes for the property market as a whole so let’s recap what homebuyers and landlords can expect of the year ahead.
When the sun gives way to April showers, why not take shelter at the Divas’ pick of cultural events sprinkled around the capital this month? From art to theatre, design to artisan food, discover top diary dates to help you plan your next day out in April.
On March 16 this year, Chancellor George Osborne shared his Budget plans for the UK. Based on weaker than expected growth (2 per cent compared with 2.4 per cent predicted in the autumn statement) the Budget heralded a continuing raft of austerity measures and cuts in public spending that have proved controversial. Continue reading