This Day in History - 18th May, Duchess of Aquitaine, married Henry Plantagenet (later Henry II of England). She had been divorced two months earlier from King Louis VII of France.

Lost Anglo-Saxon Monastery Disovered?

A lost monastery founded by an Anglo-Saxon princess may have been rediscovered.


Birmingham: Four arrested for Child Rape

Four males, two men and two teenagers, have been charged with serious sexual offences involving children. 

This Day in History - 17th May country was in a state of Civil War and English barons, in revolt against King John, took possession of London.

The Express covers our Brexit Legal Challenge

This week, one mainstream newspaper, the Daily Express, finally gave our Brexit legal challenge the coverage it deserves.

Brexit: Update From Robin Tilbrook

It is infuriating and frustrating to watch the slow car crash that the British Political Establishment are driving Brexit into.  The Remainer game plan becomes clearer as more and more Remainers demand a second Referendum. 


This Day in History - 16th May III of England laid the foundation stone of a new Lady Chapel at Westminster Abbey, thus beginning the new abbey-church which was completed in 1245.


MP's Debate New Islamophobia Definition

Adopting a new official definition of Islamophobia could hinder our counter-terror efforts, a leading police chief has said. 

MP's Vow to Vote Down May’s Deal

MP's are set to vote against Theresa May's modified Brexit bill following her announcement that a new vote will take place next month on June the 3rd.