FOR YOUR CONSIDERATION….

I am busy at the minute with a number of projects unrelated to this site, a book collaboration and some fairly intensive French nobility bloodline research, which is taking much longer than I initially thought as these things often do. However, I have been keeping a watchful eye on some events that are currently unfolding both here in Blighty and across the pond, and happened upon a thread on a political forum in the US – which has made a […]

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THE SHREWSBURY 24…

On 31 August 1972 the strike committees of North Wales building workers’ met in the upstairs room of the Bull and Stirrup in Chester. This was to be a fateful day for these men. They would go on to be the victims of one of the worst miscarriages of justice seen in Britain since the days of the Tolpuddle Martyrs. They would be vilified and hounded by parts of the press, convicted by a court as a deterrent to strikers, […]

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