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This Day in History - 26th July

1469www.beautifulbritain.co.ukWars 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.


Von der Leyen: EU open to Brexit delay

The EU is running scared as October the 31st approaches. 


‘Stop Brexit’ Campaigner BANNED from Westminster

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.

 


Boris pledges Amnesty for 500,000 Illegals

Well that didn't last long. Not even a day after sacking the incompetent Immigration Minister, PM Boris has pledged to look at the possibility of legalising 500,000 illegal migrants.


Boris Sacks Immigration Minister

There will be little sympathy today for Immigration Minister Caroline Nokes. The less-than-useless immigration minister, who oversaw a steep rise in Immigration.


Sign up for the English Democrats AGM

English Democrats Annual General Meeting /Conference

Leicester 20th/21st September 2019


This Day in History - 25th July

1554www.beautifulbritain.co.ukQueen Mary I married Philip II of Spain at Winchester Cathedral. 


Patriots Rally to Support Soldier F

English patriots and bikers are planning large scale Rolling Thunder events across England (and even Wales) in support of Soldier F.


This Day in History - 24th July

1567www.beautifulbritain.co.ukMary Queen of Scots, imprisoned at Lochlevan Castle, was forced to abdicate her throne to her 1 year old son, James VI of Scotland - (James I of England).


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