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Jonathan Seyghal
Works at Royal Borough of Kingston upon Thames
Attended Bath Spa University
Lives in Surbiton, London, UK
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Poop, please.
A teenager suffering from a phobia of toilets has died from a heart attack.
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Nice Honolulu
"Honolulu has widened its ban on sitting and lying down in public places, despite a mayoral veto of the measure and outcry thatit targets homeless people for the benefit of wealthy tourists."
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Britain and the weather.
Build-up, extreme heat, storms and downpours.
 
#UKStorms   have already rumbled to life, and there's more to come 
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Wow, all change
"Traditional degree marks will become obsolete and a new 13-point system will be introduced because too many students are receiving firsts and 2:1s, the universities minister has announced.

Jo Johnson said the current system of marking university students, which was developed in 1918, is “no longer capable” of giving employers the information they need.

He said that a new 13-point grading system, modelled on those used in America and Denmark, will now be introduced alongside the current honours to allow businesses to differentiate between the thousands of graduates getting high grades."

"The new framework, which all universities will be expected to sign-up to by 2020, could also include a league table measuring quality of teaching and the amount that graduates go on to earn."

#education #universities #highereducation
Universities minister Jo Johnson also consider a new league table scoring universities of quality of teaching
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No more Damiens, Atilas, Desmonds and Douglases? What a shame.
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The highest July temperature on record for the UK is 36.5C, measured at Wisley in Surrey on 19 July 2006.

While there is a 30 per cent chance that we could see somewhere reach 35C tomorrow, it is still short of that record high.
 
Just how hot will it get this week? UK heatwave: 10 things you need to know #c4news
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Did you know your pets can get sunburnt too? More #HeatWave advice from +PDSA at http://bit.ly/1Ns60Jg
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Amazing
"Tiny frogs smaller in size than bumblebees have evolved with fewer fingers and toes to reduce their size to adapt to life on isolated mountaintops"
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If you look carefully you can just make out the shapes of the climbers who made it to the top of the 1692-metre high “Dedo de Deus” (Finger of God) mountain located at the Serra dos Orgaos National Park in Guapimirim, state of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
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Not bad?!
 
Do you have some snaps you want to print? 500 6x4" prints for £10 delivered! :)
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Street Artist and City Worker Have Year Long Exchange on a Red Wall in London

On a red wall in London, a street artist and city worker have a year long exchange of words and action. This is what transpired.
On a red wall in London, a street artist and city worker have a year long exchange of words and action. This is what transpired.
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Excellent!
 
E.U. will banish mobile roaming charges by June 2017 and net neutrality will be enshrined in law
Roaming charges will be abolished across the European Union (E.U.) by June 15 2017, and net neutrality will be enshrined in law too.
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+Jonathan Seyghal hope they will include cruises within EU too...
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Education
  • Bath Spa University
    1999 - 2002
  • Richmond Upon Thames College
    1996 - 1999
  • Gordons School
    1993 - 1996
  • Saint Paul's Cathedral Choir School
    1989 - 1993
  • Hollymount Primary School
    1989
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Male
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Friends, Networking
Birthday
April 11
Relationship
In a relationship
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  • Monument Valley
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Introduction
I am the only Jonathan Seyghal in existence.*
50% Spanish + 50% Iranian = 100% Londoner/British/European.

*I would love to be proved wrong.

Some of my circles:
IT/Tech
Football
Cycling
Politics/Economics
Humour
Movies
Music
Cute animals
Art
Bragging rights
Was in Saint Paul's Cathedral Choir (singing solo on one album no less), have a photo of mine on the album art of a Jean Michel Jarre album and was featured on Dutch TV clearing up dog poo in a documentary about a dog shelter in Spain! Truly a life well lived. Also, I've had the honour of Google's own Matt Cutts +1ing one of my comments to a post! I made the Google+ 'What's Hot' list with a post reaching close to 2000 +1s and close to 1000 reshares! https://plus.google.com/u/0/118192208095972247007/posts/dyrLGUDRecQ I've had a comment on one of my posts from Vic Gundotra! https://plus.google.com/u/0/118192208095972247007/posts/Cynjzgw7u7t
Work
Occupation
Cycling Instructor
Employment
  • Royal Borough of Kingston upon Thames
    Cycling Instructor, present
  • Kingston University
    Admissions Administrator, 2010 - 2013
  • Deutsche Bank
    2009 - 2010
  • EasyJet
    2008 - 2008
  • WasteWatch
    2004 - 2007
  • Kwest
    2005 - 2005
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Currently
Surbiton, London, UK
Previously
London, UK - East Molesey, Surrey, UK - Wimbledon, London, UK - Albacete, Spain - Berlin, Germany - Worcester Park, UK - Bath, UK - New Malden, UK
Food: I'm not a Thai food fan but was reluctantly dragged to The Lemon Tree, it turned out very well! The food was excellent, veggie versions of all dishes available (and cheaper, which is fair and refreshing) and incredibly cheap for central London (about £6 for dinner)! Lovely service too. Drink: A nice selection of 'real' beers, if you can't decide then you can take their 3 1/3 pints of different ale offer. I'd been past this place many times but won't ignore it anymore!
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Public - 3 weeks ago
reviewed 3 weeks ago
It might seem a little strange to review a place like this, and to give it 5 stars, but I was seriously impressed when visiting to take my Driving Theory Test. Very well organised and the security is so tight! Tighter than any airport I've been through; lockers for all belongings, you can't take anything into the testing rooms (not even water/chewing gum) for fear of cheating. You're assigned a testing terminal in a room watched over by an employee; there's no cheating done here for sure! At the terminal you're given a hand wipe and even earplugs if the sound of other people is a distraction. I actually loved it and the sanitised, secure environment helped me focus on the test (which I passed nicely)!
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Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
Not a restaurant and as a café, has no inside seating. Just a shop.
Public - 4 months ago
reviewed 4 months ago
Woo! Rock! ...in Surrey! Whilst this place might be 'authentic', serving up something those into rock/metal/whatever might like, it's hardly a nice place, but hey.. that makes it more real. The dirt is real here, yeah man. I've been here for gigs and comedy shows in their backroom and well, the entertainment could have been anyone, but I was still happy to go home on all occasions. It's pretty grimy and cramped (keep it real) but what really gets me is that this place (principally a place that serves drinks to punters) has awful bogs that stink, look like they've never been cleaned and don't have soap. It's very rock and roll and should you enjoy the idea of a sweaty, dirty night soaking up other sweat and possibly other fluids, this is the place for you! Real... but take hand sanitiser with you.
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
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Badly, badly dated in every aspect. Akin to the Overlook Hotel from The Shining, even the staff seem to come from the 60s. The box seats aren't much of an advantage, in fact the rear row of seats provide a poor view.
Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
Pro: Surprisingly good breakfast, swimming pool is nice, having children's fun park in the hotel grounds is convenient and good fun, a nice way to end each day. Bad: Room was not ready on arrival (old wet towels, hair in bathroom, beds without sheets, no bin, ashtray on terrace full) took many requests (3/4) to fix. No WiFi for entire stay. Toilet smell when using swimming pool. Electrocution from bathroom plug located next to light switch! Often no hot water on old fashioned shower. Air conditioning often stopped working. Due to outside entertainment in park, often noisy until midnight.
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Public - 10 months ago
reviewed 10 months ago
An unusual place to review perhaps, but my grandmother is here and whilst being in a home isn't 'nice', this place... is. Not her first home I'm able to compare to the previous homes she's been in and this one is vastly superior. There room, space for the 'guests' to move through the wide corridors to the main lounge room and also a garden (all of this on the ground floor) for them to visit should the weather be ok. The main thing that makes me rate this place highly is the staff. Compared to the poor attention I've seen given out previously, here the staff are like angels. They're great with visitors and most importantly with the residents, treating them fairly, not as patients but as real people who simply require assistance. I've been there at visiting times and also meal times when I've seen that all the staff there treat all the residents as individuals even under very trying circumstances. A thank you to them.
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago