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Suggested Topics His lavish spending of taxpayers' money on private jets, not to mention his numerous uncomfortable friendships with questionable world leaders and a convicted paedophile, forced Prince Andrew to step down as the UK's Special
It would have been interesting to hear Sir WInston Churchill's comments if asked to go on such a course.
Veterans of the Battle of El Alamein today described the horror of losing than 4,000 Allied troops as they marked its 70th anniversary. An evensong service at Westminster Abbey in London commemorated seven decades since the battle in North Africa,
The Future King of England, who turns 30 next month, is set to inherit a large payment from his late-mothers estate. The value of the inheritance is expected to be someone in the neighborhood of 10 million pounds or $16 million US. William and his
News in pictures Arts & Ents blogs This week the Scottish Labour Party suggested that if Scotland gains independence it will lose the B... The Colorado-Born opera singer talks about life in Spain, discovering Castile folk, and returning ho.....The
Kirsty Wigglesworth/Reuters Prince Charles communicated directly with a senior Labour cabinet minister to explicitly identify what he believed were gaps in public policy, and the government took his views into consideration, the Guardian has learned.
LiveScience Last month, a search for King Richard III's remains turned up a human skeleton beneath a parking lot in England. Researchers have a long way to go in the lab before they can determine whether it belongs to the monarch, but they say they
Well, for photographer Tom Wood it seems that 40 years is about right. Men and women is a new show at the Photographers' Gallery in London which brings together Wood's pictures of the everyday lives of the people of Liverpool and Merseyside between
31 The book is due to be released on October 11 RT on Queen Elizabeth, the Queen Mother, was known for not giving interviews. She stayed loyal to her habit of writing letters her entire life instead. The highly-anticipated selection of her diaries
In 1876, he even conferred on Queen Victoria the title of Empress of India, to the outrage of commentators who objected that such tawdry baubles were basically un-British. It was pure Disraeli: eye-catching, vainglorious, utterly without shame and