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This Day in History - 15th January

1535 www.beautifulbritain.co.uk Henry VIII assumed the title 'Supreme Head of the Church'.


Prince Harry Begged Disney to Give Meghan a Job

Video footage of Prince Harry begging the head of Disney for work for his wife Meghan, has been deleted from Twitter for allegedly violating the platform’s “copyright policy”.


This Day in History - 14th January

1742 www.beautifulbritain.co.uk The death of Sir Edmund Halley, aged 86; astronomer, geophysicist, mathematician, meteorologist, and physicist. He was Astronomer Royal who gave his name to a comet.


Majority Against Amnesty for Illegal Aliens

A majority of people in Britain are against amnesty for illegal aliens, a recent poll has found. 


This Day in History - 13th January

1691 The death of George Fox, English founder of the religious group of the Society of Friends, also known as the Quakers. He was interred in the Nonconformists' burying ground at Bunhill Fields in London, in the presence of thousands of mourners.


Conservative philosopher Sir Roger Scruton Dies at 75

England the UK's premier conservative philosopher Sir Roger Scruton has passed away at the age of 75.


This Day in History - 12th January

1510www.beautifulbritain.co.ukHenry VIII, then just 18 years old, appeared incognito in a jousting tournament at Richmond Park, and was applauded for his jousting before he revealed his true identity.


What the Media is Hiding From YOU!!!

Revelry, fireworks, large groups of happy, young people celebrating the new year together; these were the scenes shown on all major television stations across Europe as 2019 drew to a close.


This Day in History - 10th January

1645 The execution of William Laud, the Archbishop of Canterbury. He was beheaded on Tower Hill after being found ‘guilty of endeavouring to subvert the laws, to overthrow the Protestant religion, and to act as an enemy to Parliament’. The next archbishop was not appointed until fifteen years later, with the Restoration of Charles II.


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