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Engage with the fiery world of politics and delve deep into the corridors of power at the House of Commons or House of Lords, where you can drop in and attend debates.

Find a debate of mutual interest then get ready to put your intellectual and government policy hat on for a riveting exchange of views…or just walk out shaking your head in the most stereotypically British manner you can muster.

Where: The Bill Murray and The Camden Head, Islington, N1 8QN. Where: If you want a free date which combines faded grandeur with secluded paths and benches in pristine historic grounds this is the one for you.

Where: NOW Gallery Greenwich Peninsula, SE10 0SQ When: Mon-Fri 1000-1900, Sat-Sun 11-1600 Unique and inspiring installations by designers, architects and artists are housed in this free Gallery tucked away in nearby Greenwich.

Currently hosting ‘Electricity: The Spark of Life’ featuring Frankenstein, the energy network and ‘Making Nature: How we see animals’ exploring our relationship with our living earthly buddies.

A hidden addition to Hampstead Heath, this well kept secret is a dating paradise, perfect for wandering around before dropping into Hampstead for a crepe. Where: Unit 12, Ravenswood Industrial Estate, E17 9HQ.

When: Fri-Sat 1100-2100, Sun 1100-1800 Self described as ‘A Neon Wonderland in Walthamstow’, God’s Own Junkyard is the fruit of a labour of love for signs glowing exuberantly for the world to see.

Not for the queasy or faint hearted, this free museum is simultaneously weird, wonderful and dark.

Housing thousands preserved animals, skulls, surgical instruments and countless oddities which reveal the world surgery through history, neither you nor your date will probably have been anywhere quite like it. When: Sunday 0800-1500 A riot of floral colours and shapes which don’t need an Instagram filter or crafty angle to showcase their natural beauty!

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