Britains

19 Jun 19
Crosswordtrivia

Hong Kong has been around since the Stone Age. It became part of China under the Qin Dynasty. In 1842, the British Empire took control of it. During WWII, the Japanese took control of it from1941 until 1945. Britain regained control of it after the war. In 1997 control went back to China, although Hong […]

19 Jun 19
Tom reads too much

I’m back again already- I surprise myself sometimes. Anyway, here is my view of a book I picked up in May and thought it would be worth a share. To begin with, the narrative isn’t what I expected- it takes you through an alternative period of 80’s Britain, where the Falkland war was lost, the […]

19 Jun 19
Arcynewsy

If you meet Lionel Richie, a simple greeting can be a problem. After all, how do you greet somebody who virtually occupied the word “Hello” with a world hit in 1983? “People say to me, 'Hello, Mr Richie. I mean … I'm sorry. Sorry! I did not mean to say 'Hello', but I'm embarrassed by […]

19 Jun 19
Archy Worldys

June 19: Ebola localized in Kasese – Ugandan Minister Uganda's Health Minister, Jane Ruth Aceng, has been told that there is no Ebola anywhere in the country. There is no Ebola in other parts of Uganda. Honorable members, I request you to disregard statements of various people including the media, of Ebola outbreak. "We only […]

19 Jun 19
3novicesunitedkingdom

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19 Jun 19
News Archives Uk

No matter if you're red and white or black and white, everyone in the North East agrees on one thing. Nissan has been a lifeline for the region for 33 years. This week the Sunderland plans to build its ten millionth car. TEN MILLION. Incredible. 7 Nissan has been building its ten millionth car this […]

19 Jun 19
Random Scottish History

St Silverius, pope and martyr, 538. St Gobain, priest and martyr, 7th century. St Bain, Bishop of Terouanne, or St Omer, about 711.   Born. – Dr Adam Ferguson, historian, 1723, Logierait, Perthshire.  Died. – Charles Coffin, French poet, 1749; Charles Frederick Abel, musical composer, 1787; William IV., King of Great Britain, 1837, Windsor.   […]

19 Jun 19
Amazingly few discotheques provide jukeboxes

MADONNA Papa Don’t Preach (Sire) Week Ending 12th June 1986 2 Weeks At #1   At the end of 1984, not many people were taking Madonna seriously as a longterm pop star; Cyndi Lauper took the plaudits early on with the first handful of singles from her She’s So Unusual album, and chartwise the two […]

19 Jun 19
Social News XYZ

Washington, June 20 (IANS) US Special Representative for Iran Brian Hook on Wednesday described US latest move in the Middle East as “defensive”, reaffirming that Washington seeks a “comprehensive and enduring deal” with Tehran. “No one should be uncertain about our desire for peace or our readiness to normalise relations should we reach a comprehensive […]

19 Jun 19
CauseACTION Clarion

President Trump recently came back from the United Kingdom, where Londoners were beaming with excitement, eager to greet the American president. Banners, flower arrangements, festivities and celebrations surrounded both the banquet with Queen Elizabeth and the commemorations of the 75th anniversary of D-Day in World War II. It was a massive success. The queen gave […]

19 Jun 19
News Archives Uk

By Sam Coates, Deputy Political Editor The campaign is still running and almost unbelievably after a week, we still do not know who will face Boris Johnson in the final. "Pity the poor who dominates across the country [alongside Mr Johnson], "said a Conservative MP, phlegmatically. Michael Gove and Jeremy Hunt are in second place, […]