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Knife Crime Soars to Record High

The Office for National Statistics (ONS) and a 'Crime Outcomes' report from the Home Office reported yesterday the crime statistics show knife crime rose 8% on the previous year, with 43,516 offences involving knives or sharp objects in the year to March 2019.


English Schools Need 418,000 Extra Places

Back in the early 20th century we were all so optimistic about our future. But now, I'd be terrified to peer into a crystal ball to see what 2100 looks like.


This Day in History - 19th July

1333www.beautifulbritain.co.ukWars of Scottish Independence: The English won a decisive victory over the Scots at the Battle of Halidon Hill, near Berwick-upon-Tweed. In England the victory, the first for many years, brought a great boost to the morale of the nation. Bannockburn had finally been avenged.


Manchester Bomber's brother appears in court

The younger brother of Manchester Arena bomber Salman Abedi has appeared in court charged with murdering the 22 victims of the attack.


Politician Charged with Child Sex Crimes

when you hear ludicrous ideas like same sex bathrooms, look long and hard at the politicians trying to convince you that this is totally normal.

 


This Day in History - 18th July

1389 www.beautifulbritain.co.ukFrance and Britain agreed to the Truce of Leulinghem. It inaugurated a 13-year peace; the longest period of sustained peace during the Hundred Years' War.


Peers Plot to Block No Deal Brexit

Both houses of parliament have been entirely negligent in acknowledging the will of the majority of the public for over 3 years.They are hitching their wagons to the EU gravy train. 


Criminal cannot be deported under EU law

This just goes to show we are utterly powerless to deport foreign criminals that come to our country to prey on our citizens.


This Day in History - 17th July

924 The death of Edward the Elder, King of the Anglo-Saxons. He was largely ignored by modern historians until the 1990s, when historian Nick Higham described him as 'perhaps the most neglected of English kings'. Edward's reputation rose in the late twentieth century, and he is now seen as destroying the power of the Vikings in southern England, and laying the foundations for a south-centred united English kingdom.


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