The UK’s film sector is booming and this is why – Film is GREAT

2014 saw a massive surge in film production in the UK, generating a total spend of over £1.4 billion over the course of the year – that’s 35% more than 2013 and the highest ever recorded. 36 international… Read More


HMS Queen Elizabeth hits the waves, kind of…

HMS Queen Elizabeth took to the waves yesterday at the Scottish Dockyard Clyde. The aircraft carrier is the biggest warship the Royal Navy has ever constructed and will most definitely expand on the nations global maritime influence.  Earlier… Read More


Britain Has Invaded Nine Out Of Ten Countries, From France To United States

Having done a bit of reading the other day i came across the rather fascinating revelation that Britain has invaded nearly 90% of the world’s countries during its history, with only 22 out of 193 not on the… Read More


Happy 4th July America! Hope you have an Awesome Independence Day!

Happy 4th July to all the American readers across the pond! Newcastle Beer has come out with some risky but hilarious adverts just to celebrate, enjoy Stephen Merchant & Zachary Quinto below! Imagine how great America would have… Read More


Trooping the Colour, a history of the spectacle for the Monarch’s Official Birthday Parade!

Trooping the Colour is a ceremony performed by regiments of the British and Commonwealth armies. It has been a tradition of British infantry regiments since the 17th Century, although the roots go back much earlier. On battlefields, a… Read More


#Budget2014 Introduces brand spanking new £1 Coin with a hint of tradition

The £1 coin is to be replaced with a new 12-sided version, shaped like the old “threepenny bit”, in a bid to tackle forgery, the government announced this morning. Today Chancellor George Osborne will announce the replacement of… Read More

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World War One Centenary: who was to blame?

In the space of exactly a month – from the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand in Sarajevo on June 28th, 1914, to the Austro-Hungarian declaration of war on Serbia on July 28th – Europe had gone from peaceful… Read More


David Cameron’s speech on the United Kingdom in response to supposed Russian ‘Small Island’ remarks

“Britain may be a small island, but I would challenge anyone to find a country with a prouder history, a bigger heart or greater resilience. Britain is an island that has helped to clear the European continent of… Read More

Royal Navy set for Cougar 13 | Ministry of Defence

*In relation to the Gibraltar situation with Spain*  A potent maritime force is ready to sail from the UK on Monday 12 August for an annual deployment to the Mediterranean and Gulf region. The long-planned Cougar 13 will… Read More

Woolwich attack: Lee Rigby named as victim

The soldier killed in an attack on a London street has been named as Drummer Lee Rigby of the 2nd Battalion the Royal Regiment of Fusiliers. Drummer Rigby, 25, from Manchester, leaves behind a two-year-old son. Two men are under… Read More


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