1264The start of the Battle of Lewes (Sussex), between King Henry III and the rebel Simon de Montfort, 6th Earl of Leicester. It marked the high point of the career of Simon de Montfort and made him the 'uncrowned King of England'.
For the past three weeks, the Hertfordshire countryside village of Little Hadham has hosted guests who have not exactly been welcomed with open arms.
Police are investigating a man pretending to pray to “Aladdin” as a joke in a Muslim prayer room as a hate crime.
1685 The death of 18 year old Margaret Wilson, executed by drowning for refusing to swear an oath declaring James VII (James II of England) as head of the church. She died along with Margaret McLachlan.
Have you noticed how the national anthem of the United Kingdom is only played for England?
An 'evil' boyfriend jailed for 12 years raped his partner and forced her to watch Islamic videos to 'become a better girlfriend.'
In a new film about talks between Britain and the EU, Prime Minister Theresa May is branded 'pathetic' by top Brexit negotiators from the European Parliament.