How is it so often, that it's the privileged who turn against the class and system that nurtured them? Here's a tale of four such young men, recruited to a cause dedicated to defeating their peers...
A first hand account of train travel in the late forties and early fifties as experienced by a young working class child. Also memories recalled of the barrow boys and girls that would meet the trains
There's just a few simple rules that make the British Royal family's line of succession easy to understand.
Find out what the children took with them when they were evacuated see how much the host families got paid for each evacuee that they took in. Watch an evacuee telling his story to his grandson.
A nostalgic look back to what it was like when we had outside toilets and guzunders aka pee pot or p**s pot. I am glad that I have indoor plumbing and running hot water now .
Having recently created one Hub about Yorkshire Dialect, and one about some of the language differences between British and American people, my thoughts have turned to British slang, colloquialisms, idioms and funny euphemisms.
Knife crime is on the rise in London and on one fateful night in the capital, 6 stabbings occurred in the space of 90 minutes. London has now been labelled as a more dangerous city than New York.
With continuing low voter turnout should the British government consider making voting in elections mandatory?
Tory Party behaviour is an example of the delusion of crowds, collective insanity that makes Westminster a dangerously unpredictable opponent in the Independence struggle.
Elected to lead the Labour Party in September 2015 Jeremy Corbyn has endured a series of attacks and some from within his own party. Could this man be the best political leader for the country at this time or will he lead the U.K. down a disastrous path?