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Algeria Football Fans Trash London

In parts of London last night there were bigger celebrations for Algeria making the finals of a football tournament, than there were for England winning the cricket World Cup.

 

 


This Day in History - 14th July

1766www.beautifulbritain.co.ukThe official opening of the 137 mile long Grand Union Canal (Britain's longest canal) that links London to Birmingham.


Gina Miller Vows to Block No Deal Brexit

We are amazed at how this one otherwise unknown woman surfaces to disrupt parliament whenever there's a chance that democracy might prevail.


Manhunt in London after Car Attack

Good thing London Mayor Sadiq Khan banned plastic straws, or things really could have gotten out of control.

 


This Day in History - 13th July

1174www.beautifulbritain.co.ukWilliam I of Scotland, a key rebel in the Revolt of 1173–1174, was captured at Alnwick by forces loyal to Henry II of England. 


Migration Watch Slams Boris's Migrant Amnesty

If soon-to-be Prime Minister Boris gives amnesty to those that have flouted our laws, he and the Conservatives are finished. The English people have had enough.

 


Report finds police unable to solve crimes

Front-line officers and staff feel stressed, depressed and are having to work under "constant pressure", a survey by the Office for National Statistics report conducted for the Home Office's Front Line review has found

 


This Day in History - 12th July

1290www.beautifulbritain.co.ukJews were expelled from England by order of King Edward I.


Doctor sacked for "anti-trans" comment

In today's England doctors are punished and deprived of their living because they wont follow the nonsense dreamt up by liberal madness.


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