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On Leicester’s ‘Making of Britain’

My good friend Julius, over at his excellent blog Out of England, has spoken about the University of Leicester’s upcoming ‘multidisciplinary research programme’ into ‘population history’, titled ‘The Impact of Diasporas on the Making of Britain: Evidence, Memories, Inventions’ and … Continue reading

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The Endless Assault on English Culture, Part Four: Attacking Christianity

When I began writing the first ‘Endless Assault‘ entry on this blog, I had not anticipated writing more than three. However, the more I look around news outlets, magazines, newspapers, websites and blogs, the more I come to realise that … Continue reading

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The Endless Assault on English Culture, Part Three: London’s Historic Institutions

In the last sixty years, there has been an unprecedented attack on the institutions of England. Declared out-of-date, out-of-touch, or out-of-anything as an excuse to gradually impose the new leftist cultural zeitgeist, countless ancient bastions of Englishness have fallen. Few … Continue reading

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