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It’s a myth that England was created on the battlefield – most of it happened at the negotiating table5 min read
Not a simple tale of English kings overcoming Vikings, the creation of England involved far more bureaucracy than the epic legends let on.
Rishi Sunak’s surprising choice of David Cameron as foreign secretary, despite his 2016 political exit, sparks divided opinions. This move echoes historical instances where ex-prime ministers returned for experience and unity, with Cameron being the first in 50 years.
If history is to be of any use to those who study it, it ought to help them understand the nature of the country and society they live in.
Prophets of the NHS’s demise have been proved wrong year after year.
US journalists analysed the King’s coronation, noting its rarity in recent British history and how King Charles III may face more challenges as some Commonwealth countries seek to become republics and end their ties with the monarchy.
King Charles III coronation: What the controversy over an ancient stone tells us about historical symbols in the modern age5 min read
The return of the Stone of Scone to Westminster has proven controversial.