Two top colleges have rejected an offer to fund the education of poor white boys, for fear of violating anti-discrimination laws.
Another day, another bloody rampage in the Khan's wasteland, once known as London.
1460 The Wars of the Roses: The defeat and death of Richard Plantagenet, 3rd Duke of York and claimant to the English throne, at the Battle of Wakefield.
Former British Prime Minister and Iraq War architect Tony Blair held talks with the EU about receiving funding for his personal institute while campaigning to frustrate the Brexit.
1170 Archbishop of Canterbury, Thomas à Becket, was murdered in his own cathedral by four knights, believing they were acting on direct orders from King Henry II.
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1065 Westminster Abbey was consecrated. Its founder Edward the Confessor could not attend due to illness. He died on 5th January l066 and was buried in a shrine before the High Altar in his new church.
Loudmouth Labour MP David Lammy has written an article in the Observer where he has set out plans to foster a new “civic nationalism” based not on skin colour, religion or ethnicity but on shared values as he prepares for a possible pitch at the Labour leadership.