The Independent London Newspaper
5th May 2016

One week with John Gulliver

    Stopping to pay tribute to Camden Road station

    Sir William McAlpine and Jann Burrows unveiling the plaque at Camden Road

    Sir William McAlpine and Jann Burrows unveiling the plaque at Camden Road station

    Published: 21 April, 2016
    by JOHN GULLIVER

    It's open house at Conti’s as actor backs art school

    Tom Conti

    Actor Tom Conti

    Published: 21 April, 2016
    by JOHN GULLIVER

    Importance of being Ernest

    Ernest Hecht at the Souvenir Press 65th anniversary party

    Ernest Hecht at the Souvenir Press 65th anniversary party flanked by Ursula Mackenzie and Patrick Janson-Smith

    Wesker: theatrical innovator

    Arnold Wesker

    Arnold Wesker. Picture: Leon Kreel, 2005

    Published: 14 April, 2016
    by JOHN GULLIVER

    Doffing my cap to historian Thomson

    The Black Cap had its origins in the 18th century. Picture: REPTON1X

    The Black Cap had its origins in the 18th century. Picture: REPTON1X

    Published: 14 April, 2016
    by JOHN GULLIVER

    Two migrants who changed our world

    Celebrations for Binh Doan’s 60th birthday at her restaurant in Chalk Farm 

    Celebrations for Binh Doan’s 60th birthday at her restaurant in Chalk Farm 

    Published: 31 March, 2016
    by JOHN GULLIVER

    Could new Bill be Dave’s ‘poll tax’?

    Islington Town Hall played host to a packed audience protesting

    Islington Town Hall played host to a packed audience protesting against the government’s Housing and Planning Bill

    The sangfroid of Bernadette

    Bernadette Devlin McAliskey and (right) Ken Loach

    Bernadette Devlin McAliskey and (right) Ken Loach

    Published: 10 March, 2016
    by JOHN GULLIVER

    Making a Bee line for Mary

    Mary Wollstonecraft

    Mary Wollstonecraft

    Published: 10 March, 2016
    by JOHN GULLIVER

    A kitchen sink drama that’s beyond the pail

    The Hampstead kitchen, complete with bucket

    The Hampstead kitchen, complete with bucket

    Published: 3 March, 2016
    by JOHN GULLIVER

    Ken’s nightmares

    Michael Ward, Ken Livingstone and John McDonnell

    Back in the day: (left to right) Michael Ward, Ken Livingstone and John McDonnell, voting in the Greater London Council chamber in1985

    The show goes on – oh, yes it does!

    Arts and Crafty – houses on the Brookfield estate

    Arts and Crafty – houses on the Brookfield estate

    Published: 25 February, 2016
    by JOHN GULLIVER

    Cutting comments at anti-nukes rally

    Artist Peter Kennard at Friday’s anti-nuclear rally at Friends House in Euston

    Artist Peter Kennard at Friday’s anti-nuclear rally at Friends House in Euston

    Published: 25 February, 2016
    by JOHN GULLIVER

    When is a contract not a contract?

    How the new Hampstead School of Art could look

    How the new Hampstead School of Art could look

    Published: 18 February, 2016
    by JOHN GULLIVER

    Portraits of migration

    Refugees, by Polish artist Joseph Herman, features at the Ben Uri gallery

    Refugees, by Polish artist Joseph Herman, features at the Ben Uri gallery

    Published: 18 February, 2016
    by JOHN GULLIVER

    X-rated experience of war

    Felix Greene

    Picture: Ron Kroon/Anefo

    Published: 18 February, 2016
    by JOHN GULLIVER

    Community art school misses out on cash bid

    Isobel Langtry, left, and Errol Jackson’s daughter Nicky Aubrey, a HSA trustee

    Isobel Langtry, left, and Errol Jackson’s daughter Nicky Aubrey, a HSA trustee

    Published: 11 February, 2016
    by JOHN GULLIVER

    Dame Diana Rigg has a way with words

    Dame Diana Rigg

    Published: 11 February, 2016
    by JOHN GULLIVER

    HATS off to the distinguished theatre and film actor Dame Diana Rigg! (Pictured, above).

    Ed calls on people power for an end to inequality

    Ed Miliband

    Published: 11 February, 2016
    by JOHN GULLIVER

    ED Miliband is slowly moving out of the shadows – and back into real politics.

    Time for a dig at road repairs

    Single lane Parkway traffic misery with an ambulance trapped in the gridlock

    Single lane Parkway traffic misery with an ambulance trapped in the gridlock yesterday afternoon (Wednesday)

    Savage and ‘sensitive’ information

    Bob Savage

    Bob Savage

    Published: 28 January, 2016
    by JOHN GULLIVER

    Making a Stradivarius on the hoof

    Simon Majaro

    Simon Majaro

    Published: 28 January, 2016
    by JOHN GULLIVER

    A modern morality tale, with no sign of salvation

    Empty apartments at Solstice Point in Parkway

    Empty apartments at Solstice Point in Parkway

    Published: 14 January, 2016
    by JOHN GULLIVER