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How representative of the people is Parliament since the death of Charles I?

Two weeks ago, we experienced history at its highest. Questions, such as, ‘How representative of the people is Parliament? or ‘What have we, or rather, Parliament learnt from History?’ have to be considered when one looks at the events in 1649.  30th of January was a significant event in British History. King Charles I was more »

Bosnia, Genocide and the UN

I’ve been debating, internally of course, of what to blog about this week. Do I: One. Blog my thoughts on the ‘Greece bailout’ issue that’s going on? If so, that would inevitably drag me into talking about the EU again, which in turn, will pull me into talking about the EU Referendum that our lovely more »

Tutoring/UK Elections/EU/Politics and Me!

Yes it has been a few months now since I last wrote on my lovely blog so to make up for it, I’ve decided to write about something very different. As you are aware, I like to focus more on current affairs and many of my posts relate to the subject of History. But today more »