1540Thomas Cromwell, Chancellor to Henry VIII and his chief minister, was executed. He was beheaded on Tower Hill for promoting the king's failed marriage to Anne of Cleves. Henry also married Catherine Howard (his 5th wife) on the same day.
A man has been arrested and imprisoned in Scotland for painting the words “Islam is questionable” on his house, in what Police Officers claimed was a “breach of the peace”.
Ireland’s clueless Taoiseach Leo Varadkar is insisting that the backstop is non-negotiable as a No Deal Brexit looks increasingly likely.
Islamophobia is a made-up word used to stigmatise honest and genuine criticism and fear of Islam. Watch for the growing legislation clamping down further on free speech.
Our excellent QC, Mr Anthony Speaight QC, has written a carefully (and silkily!) worded Skeleton Argument to persuade the single Lord Justice of Appeal, who will be looking at our paperwork in the next few weeks, to give permission for our case to be heard.
A man who planned a terrorist attack by attempting to make a bomb to be used in a driverless car attack has been incarcerated for 15 years.
1469Wars of the Roses: The Battle of Edgecote Moor (northeast of Banbury - Oxfordshire) took place. It pitted the forces of Richard Neville, 16th Earl of Warwick against those of Edward IV and was considered to be an important turning point in the course of the war.
The EU is running scared as October the 31st approaches.
Steven Bray is the full time anti-Brexit campaigner who has become a somewhat notorious figure around the Houses of Parliament with his high profile chants of ‘Stop Brexit’. Bray has been accused by some of being frequently drunk and has been told to back off by high profile brexiteers.