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BRITAIN: This week in history 7-12 April

This week in history saw the birth of one of our great Poet Laureates and the release of the first feature-length colour film, amongst many other royal proceedings… 7 April William Wordsworth was born on…

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BRITAIN: This week in history 31 March to 6 April

Each week BRITAIN magazine brings you a round-up of the significant historical dates in the week ahead; this week we look at a great April Fools prank and the opening of the first British public…

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Tower of London unveils new drawbridge

The historic Tower of London was built over 900 years ago but yesterday welcomed a new addition to the riverside castle. The new drawbridge took five months to build and yesterday was unveiled as the…

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Video: Britain’s coastal wildlife

In Britain you are never far from wildlife, particularly on our coastlines: look to the skies, the shores, and the seas and you will see unique species.

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Glorious Georges: 300 years since reign of George I

This year marks 300 years since the first of the Hanoverian Kings, King George I, ascended to the throne and to celebrate Historic Royal Palaces will be hosting exhibitions at Kew, Hampton Court and Kensington.

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Art and antiques at Blenheim Palace

The Cotswolds has long been a haven for art and antiques lovers and this weekend the grand Oxfordshire pile of Blenheim Palace will open its doors to aficionados.

Britain to turn out lights for centenary of First World War

With the centenary of the First World War approaching, Britons are being urged to turn their lights out on 4 August – 100 years since Britain declared war on Germany

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Last WW2 code-breaker from Bletchley Park has died

Raymond “Jerry” Roberts – one of the last code breakers from the team at Bletchley Park – has died aged 93. One of the last team members of the top code-breaking team during the Second…

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Former prime minister’s home, Arundells, reopens

The home of former prime minister Sir Edward Heath has reopened to the public after cash donation from trustees saved it from permanent closure.

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BRITAIN: This week in history 25-30 March

Each week BRITAIN magazine brings you a round-up of the significant historical dates in the week ahead; this week we look back at the birth of a great British social event and the appointment of…

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