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This Day in History - 22nd September

1515 Anne of Cleves, 4th wife of Henry VIII, was born.

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Being English today is becoming more and more difficult as anyone who voices pride in our flag, patron saint, history or even sport is immediately classed as a ‘Racist’ or some kind extremist! Well I am bloody sick of it!!


For those of us that want to see Brexit delivered and, in particular, are hopeful of a ‘No Deal’ Brexit, Boris Johnson has made various remarks that his friend and campaign advisor, Sir Lynton Crosby would call ‘Dog Whistles’, that is remarks which call us back to heel like well-trained dogs! 

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Rapper holds up ‘severed head’ of PM at award ceremony

British rapper slowthai has left many people across the UK absolutely outraged after holding up a fake Boris Johnson severed head at the Mercury Prize ceremony.

This Day in History - 20th September

1066 The Battle of Fulford, Yorkshire. Harald III Hardrada of Norway defeated the Northern Saxon Earls Edwin and Morcar.

Bradford: Knifeman is jailed for 11 years

A man described by a probation worker as ‘very dangerous’, who went on to stab two people in a nightclub and left one needing 40 stitches, was today jailed for 11 years,

Corbyn Will Hold Second Referendum if Elected

Under fire Labour boss Jeremy Corbyn has said that if he wins the next election, he would renegotiate a Brexit deal even softer than Theresa May’s withdrawal treaty. 

This Day in History - 19th September

1356 Led by Edward, the Black Prince, the English defeated the French, and captured the French king, John II at the Battle of Poitiers in the Hundred Years' War. The battle resulted in the second of the three great English victories of the Hundred Years' War, the other two being Crécy, and Agincourt.