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This Day in History - 9th September

1087 William the Conqueror died in Maine (France) from injuries he sustained after a fall from his horse.

Police Called to Protest Against Gender Neutral Uniforms

Police attended a protest of some 150 parents and children who were demonstrating against a high school’s ‘gender neutral’ uniform.


Our “Defend Brexit” case is mentioned in key Commons Debate

On Wednesday the former Conservative Leader, Iain Duncan Smith, mentioned our case during the key debate on whether the Commons was going to be able to vote to deny a ‘No Deal’ Brexit.

This Day in History - 8th September

1157 King Richard I (the Lion Heart) was born.

Do you Support Boris' Decision to Suspend Parliament?

Do you support Boris Johnson's decision to suspend Parliament

This Day in History - 7th September

1533 The birth of Elizabeth I, daughter of Anne Boleyn and Henry VIII. She was Queen of England from 1558 to 1603 and was known as the Virgin Queen because she never married, being too shrewd to share power with a foreign monarch.

Mike Pence: U.S. ‘Stands with the UK’ over Brexit

US Vice President Mike Pence has met with British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and said the US “supports the United Kingdom’s decision to leave the European Union”.


Migrant Convicted of Brutal Rape of 11-Year-Old

A Gambian immigrant, Haji Kaloga, 31, is behind bars awaiting a long prison sentence for raping and sexually abusing an 11-year-old girl.

This Day in History - 6th September

1620 149 Pilgrims, The Pilgrim Fathers, set sail from Plymouth in the Mayflower bound for America - the New World. The Pilgrims' story of people seeking to escape the religious controversies and economic problems of their time by emigrating to America, has become a central theme of the history and culture of the United States.