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2014/12/17 18:45
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PEOPLE have often wondered why we Scots celebrate Hogmanay with so much enthusiasm compared with other cultures. Sure, we like any excuse to have a good party, but there’s a popular theory that we...
2014/12/17 18:45
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2014/12/16 13:00
2014/12/16 13:00
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Good morning, it’s Tuesday, Dec. 16, the 350th day of 2014. There are 15 days left in the year. The Jewish Festival of Lights, Hanukkah, begins at sunset. We’ll start the day with temperatures around...
2014/12/16 09:48
2014/12/16 09:48
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When I attended my first Tyne-Wear derby at St James’ Park way back in 1976, little did I know I was witnessing a fixture laden with decades of history, drama and raw emotion. Two proud clubs, both...
2014/12/16 06:12
2014/12/16 06:12
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Today is Tuesday, Dec. 16, the 350th day of 2014. There are 15 days left in the year. The Jewish Festival of Lights, Hanukkah, begins at sunset. Today's Highlight in History: On Dec. 16, 1944, the...
2014/12/13 00:49
2014/12/13 00:49
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Four volumes containing the unique copies of ‘The Flapper’, a magazine produced in 1904-1910 by the Shaw children of Bushy Park House, Terenure, Dublin sold for €4,400 Auction results: Friday...
2014/12/11 19:34
2014/12/11 19:34
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Huntingdon town centre pub set to reopen The reopening of one of Huntingdon’s most prominent town centre landmarks has been confirmed - possibly in time for Christmas. To send a link to this page...
2014/12/10 15:49
2014/12/10 15:49
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Brass plate from Cromwell’s coffin sells for almost €95,000 Memento taken when body was exhumed in 1661 fetches six times the estimate at auction The brass plate from the coffin of Oliver Cromwell,...
2014/12/09 19:09
2014/12/09 19:09
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In 1984 she published Lollards and Reformers, bringing together some of the many articles she had now written, on images, the Lollards, women priests and on Richard II’s reputation as “a literary...
2014/12/09 11:09
2014/12/09 11:09
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Medals from more recent conflicts command big prices too: the sale of Falklands bomb disposal hero John Phillips's Distinguished Service Cross realised £120,000 when sold by specialist auctioneers Dix...
2014/12/07 09:08
2014/12/07 09:08
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HIS powerful condemnation of how capitalism had cut working people adrift rang around the world. The former Home Secretary has added Reid’s name to the People’s History Museum’s list of 100 radical...
2014/12/07 00:51
2014/12/07 00:51
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Book review: The English And Their History by Robert Thombs THIS book is as rich and full as any Christmas plum pudding Robert Tombs is the Professor of French history at Cambridge Robert Tombs’s...
2014/12/06 14:24
2014/12/06 14:24
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This year's reading has been exactly as I would wish: treasures from some favourite authors, the discovery of young talent, and the reappearance of writers who had vanished and returned with fresh...
2014/12/01 09:26
2014/12/01 09:26
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It is fair to say that no one is exactly sure what defines an Islamic state. There is no question that the Prophet Muhammad founded a city-state in Mecca and Medina and their vicinity. Many Islamic...
2014/12/01 02:07
2014/12/01 02:07
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The Story Of When Britain Banned Christmas For 12 Years - Sabotage Times It was around the year 2000, back in the good old pre Arab spring days when you had to go to Afghanistan to find some A grade...
2014/12/01 00:51
2014/12/01 00:51
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A piece of history! Cromwell's burial plate goes on sale for £12k A GILDED plate removed from the grave of revolutionary Oliver Cromwell when his body was exhumed 353 years ago is set to be sold for...
2014/11/28 18:31
2014/11/28 18:31
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Video: Dramatic plea by Ruth Neave to find her son’s killer- almost 20 years to the day after his body was found on housing estateRuth Neave . Ruth Neave spoke for the first time publicly today of...
2014/11/28 11:49
2014/11/28 11:49
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In defence of Fighting, Lying, Mad Richard Talbot – the Last Cavalier, Jacobite, rake and scourge of Cromwell Abused in British historiography, Tyrconnell is neglected in Irish memory. His biographer,...
2014/11/25 16:06
2014/11/25 16:06
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It's one of those seasonal favourites, as reliable as mince pies, roast turkey and the annual hapless vicar saying something stupid in a school assembly: Christians getting all angsty about whether...
2014/11/25 10:50
2014/11/25 10:50
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British leader Winston Churchill. Photo by: Library of Congress / J Russell & Sons This week, The Irish Times reported that in 1946, former British Prime Minister Winston Churchill voiced his hopes...
2014/11/24 00:10
2014/11/24 00:10
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I had intended this month to continue pretty much where I left off in October, ranting about UKIP in particular and the leading politicians of other parties in general. Now, the leader of the...
2014/12/17 18:45
2014/12/17 18:45
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