High Class in Kensington 10 Sep 2012

Kensington in West London first originated from Saxon settlements and featured in the original Doomsday book. It became a royal area when William III moved into Kensington Palace. Queen Victoria was born there in 1819 where she stayed until her accession to the throne in 1837. It became part of the Royal borough of Kensington and Chelsea after her death in 1901. It's a very up market and wealthy location and home to many of London's rich and famous.

Champions League Clash of the Titans Quarter-Final Second Leg03 Apr 2011

Yet another season’s renewal of this old rivalry between the Red Devils and the Blues, will Chelsea be given an old fashioned thumping at the Theatre of Dreams.

Another Season without Silver Ware Wenger Blames Himself 01 Apr 2011

Another Season without Silver Ware Wenger Blames Himself and not escorts in London. Arsene Wenger has now conceded defeat in the Premiership Title race, although mathematically Arsenal could still win this prestigious title. It is however extremely unlikely that either Manchester United or Chelsea will not pick up the requisite points needed to end yet another barren season for Arsene’s young Lions.