Henry London

25 Apr 19
Radio Free

Larry C. Johnson sees real meat on the bone for Barr’s upcoming investigation of spying by law enforcement and intelligence on the Trump campaign. And Trump has tweeted about it. On Wednesday Donald Trump tweeted: “Former CIA analyst Larry Johnson accuses United Kingdom Intelligence of helping Obama Administration Spy on the 2016 Trump Presidential Campaign.” […]

25 Apr 19
Past Lives

I continue to be intrigued by the Roe family of Luton – specifically, Peter Roe and William Roe, both of whom were shoemakers in the town in the first half of the nineteenth century. I’m convinced that they are connected in some way with the Roes of nearby Pirton and Barkway, who were linked somehow […]

25 Apr 19
All It Takes Is A Little Love

I’ll be visiting London in may. In preparation for my tour I’ve been immersing myself in films, television programs, and history from Britain. I’ve learned about the Victorian era and the age of the Tudors. One unmistakable thing that I have learned is that even for kings life back in the day was often short, […]

25 Apr 19
Rebecca henderson

The Winchester Orangery has recently opened and it’s as gorgeous as its Instagram indicated. Not only is it filled to the rafters with stunning material flowers but the black and white tiles, chic counters and glass topped tables will make you feel more like you’re on the King’s Road instead of the pretty lanes that […]

25 Apr 19
Michelle's Awesome Aussie Adventures

“Ones Destination is never a place, but a new way of seeing things” Henry Miller Since I have been here ive had many Australians ask me, “why Bendigo? There is nothing special about it. How did you end up at a school like this” to which first of all I had no choice in choosing […]

25 Apr 19
News Archives Uk

Sometimes a scandal is not just a scandal, but a biopsy of a society. So it's assailed by Sir Roger Scruton, who has been smeared in the media, fired by the government and had his life's work assailed. Scruton is the latest, but far from the first victim of the modern outrage mob. It's now […]

25 Apr 19
News Archives Uk

It's the evening of April 18 in Northern Ireland, in the city called Derry or Londonderry – depending on whether you're for a united Ireland or loyal to Britain. There are riots in the district of Creggan. The police are searching houses for weapons. Members or sympathizers of the New Irish Republican Army (New IRA) […]

25 Apr 19
The Secret World Of A Book Blog

I have just finished My Life with Bob and I did not need no time to reflect or think about my review because this book ticked all of my boxes What is a book about books? – yes it was Does the author show passion about reading? – without a doubt Does it inspire me […]

25 Apr 19
Brit Book Lover Down Under

I have just finished My Life with Bob and I did not need no time to reflect or think about my review because this book ticked all of my boxes What is a book about books? – yes it was Does the author show passion about reading? – without a doubt Does it inspire me […]

25 Apr 19
A Mixed Review

Featuring a pastel-colored prison bakery, a bear riding a stray dog like Napoleon Crossing the Alps, and a pop-up book leading to long lost treasure, Paddington 2 is pure childhood bliss in a 104-minute package.

25 Apr 19
LISA'S WORD WAFFLES

Books, books everywhere but you don’t know what to read? Recently Stripped Cover Lit did the ‘Jumbo genre recommendation tag’ to help you with that problem. I was inspired by their video to give my own recommendations. So, before you head over to their YouTube channel and check out Dalton’s suggestions, here are 12 books […]