Journal.

For Students

I have a copy of Parrys tables on my desk. They sit there as an obstinate reminder of my advanced middleagedness and I can’t bring myself to get rid of them.

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‘’Britain’s Most Brutal Race’’ – The Spine is Broken!

They say it’s not a good idea to return to the scene of the crime, so it was with some trepidation that I toed-the-line this January for the start of what is dubbed “Britain’s most brutal race”...

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Yes Man

Unlike many of my peers, I did not go to the likes of Reading, Brooks or Nottingham to study an undergraduate or full-time master’s in Real Estate. Instead, my interests lay in science; neuroscience to be specific. Over the past two years spent working in the industry, I have discovered many advantages and disadvantages to my previous education...

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Chiming In

I received an email this week that made me wince. It ended: “…please chime in as I really want us all to be on the same page”. For gratuitous over-use of metaphor and idiom, though, there can be few more guilty industries than ours. So here is an explanation of investment agency for foreigners in 5 minutes:

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The Science of The Certain

The most memorable episode of Sir David Attenborough’s superb 2014 Life Story series was the one about the tiny long-eared Jerboa, a rare nocturnal mouse that lives deep in the Gobi Desert...

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Acquisition of Notting Hill Gate Estate – better than Julia Roberts!

Earlier this year, I was lucky enough to act jointly with Everton Philips in the purchase for Frogmore of this exceptional Estate in West London for £215m.

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