January 25th – Burns Night

The Burn’s Supper is traditionally held on the 25th January; the anniversary of the birth of Robert Burns. It is sometimes called Robert Burns Day or Burns Nicht. Burns Suppers vary hugly from a very formal banquet with much pomp and ceremony to those which are simple gatherings of a few friends around a kitchen table…

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Britain’s Favourite Spy – The Name’s Bond, James Bond

Great Britain has produced some of the world’s most renowned authors over the centuries. From Jane Austen to J.K Rowling there is a British book to suit all every taste in literature; however this article focuses on one of the most notorious British characters ever to have flirted with paper, the infamous James Bond otherwise…

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A British Fashion Icon – The Life of Alexander McQueen

Britain isn’t only known for it’s long history and ancient traditions. It is also renowned for beautiful people and exciting fashion. Some of the most stunning clothes ever to have been paraded down the catwalks of fashion shows around the world have originated in Britain. One of the key protagonist of British fashion industry is…

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Great British History – The Suffragette

Britain has a big personality. A personality so big in fact it has often been a world centre of controversy but also a world centre of development. In the late 1800’s in particular Britain started one of the most influential journeys in world history and culture, votes for woman. Since time began, a woman had…

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Banksy – A Look at his Life and Work

Britain is a politically confused country in many ways. It wears socialist values in a conservative manner, deferring to a prestigious royal family whilst supporting  heros of anarchy, such as the Sex Pistols. We made Punk. We take protesting to the next level.  No one on earth can tell the Union Jack what to do.…

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