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Foyles is the world's most famous bookshop with over one hundred years of trading history. From five floors at their London flagship store they stock an unparalleled range of 250,000 different titles in fifty-six specialist departments. Foyles.co.uk also features another one million titles that can be ordered for customers.

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  • The Tate Britain is currently hosting an exhibition of the best of the Vorticists, the avant-garde group headed by Wyndham Lewis in 1914.

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