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27 blogs about United Kingdom.

  1. The British Newspaper Archive Blog NEW
    “Amazing finds and news from over 300 years of historical newspapers.” 🇬🇧

    Hot Off The Press – New Titles This Week
    This week at The Archive we have reached the milestone of 71 million pages, having added 224,018 brand new pages over the last week alone, alongside one very special new title, the Walthamstow Express. We’ve …
    By Rose Staveley-Wadham, 1,484 words

    Feed Roughly one post per week. Started in .

  2. BusAndTrainUser
    “Journeys around Britain by bus and train.” 🇬🇧

    Seen around
    Saturday 30th September 2023 Another month’s miscellaneous musings not worthy of a full blown blog from my travels in September including the lovely Helsby Junction signal box and still very much in use (above). Oxted …
    By BusAndTrainUser, 2,818 words

    Feed Roughly four posts per week. Started in .

  3. Conservative Home
    “Britain's leading Conservative blog for news, comment, analysis and campaigns, edited by Paul Goodman.” By Paul Goodman, et al. 🇬🇧

    Our top ten picks of the week
    The future of Conservative leadership elections. And Parliamentary selections. And who controls the Party’s money. Paul Goodman “Tensions between the rights of Party members and the essentials of Parliamentary democracy can’t be smoothed away altogether. …
    By Conservative Home, 511 words

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  4. East of Elveden
    “Hidden places, secret histories and unsung geography from the east of England and beyond.” By Laurence Mitchell. 🇬🇧

    Ghost Factory
    Much of the fabric of Birmingham’s history is, like the city’s modest river, the oft-culverted Rea, half-hidden or tucked away from sight. Occulted beneath flyovers and underpasses, the city’s past flows sluggishly beneath redundant factories …
    By East of Elveden, 62 words

    Feed Roughly three posts per year. Started in .

  5. The Hazel Tree
    “by Jo Woolf.” 🇬🇧

    Deer carvings at Dunchraigaig
    Emerging from the torchlight, this magnificent antlered deer was carved some 4,000 years ago
    By Jo Woolf, 18 words

    Feed Roughly two posts per month. Started in .

  6. Hi, I'm Heather Burns – Blog
    “at home in the world.” 🇬🇧

    The call was coming from inside the house
    In which "something bad happened in real life and that is why we need the Online Safety Bill!" rhetoric hits absolute rock bottom. Content warning
    By Heather Burns, 33 words

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  7. The history of Witham, Essex
    “Some Research by Janet Gyford.” 🇬🇧

    Alterations to the parish church of Witham since the 18th century
    Alterations to the parish church of Witham (St Nicholas / St Nicolas) from the 18th century onwards By Janet Gyford, from local sources. List of main sources of information Bramston = ERO Acc A5404, three …
    By Janet Gyford, 2,384 words

    Feed Roughly 24 posts per year. Started in .

  8. Lancashire Past – Lancashire History Website and Blog
    “Lancashire History Website and Blog.” By Adrian Bowden, R Bowden. 🇬🇧

    A History of Cromwell’s Bridge, near Hurst Green
    Spanning the River Hodder near Hurst Green are two bridges. The oldest is known variously as Cromwell’s Bridge, The Devil’s Bridge, or simply Old Lower Hodder Bridge. Oliver Cromwell brought his Parliamentary Army and held …
    By, 64 words

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  9. The Law and Policy Blog
    “Independent commentary on law and policy from a liberal constitutionalist and critical perspective.” By David Allen Green. 🇬🇧

    “Computer says guilty” – an introduction to the evidential presumption that computers are operating correctly
    30th September 2023 This is first in a series of posts on the Post Office Horizon prosecutions scandal * The Post Office prosecutions scandal is the United Kingdom’s greatest mass miscarriage of justice of our …
    By David Allen Green, 1,132 words

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  10. Literary Britain – Blog
    “Travels through the literary landscape: a guide to places of literary interest in the British Isles and beyond.” 🇬🇧

    The Beatles
    I was late. The minibus was already at the stop. I did something I very rarely do and broke into a run. I was the last one there. I was shown into a minibus that, …
    By Literary Britain, 1,554 words

    Feed Roughly six posts per year. Started in .

  11. Merseyside Pub Guide
    “The Researcher's Blog.” By Phil Wieland. 🇬🇧

    Minus One, Plus Two
    I headed into town to mop up a few targets in the London Road area, starting with the Bullring:This is a rather impressive high ceilinged room with skylights, I wonder what it was before it …
    784 words

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  12. The New English Landscape
    “For more than a decade we have documented the changing landscape and coastline of Essex and East Anglia, particularly its estuaries, islands and urban edgelands.” By Jason Orton, Ken Worpole. 🇬🇧

    A House at the End of Life
    The much-expanded new edition of Modern Hospice Design: the architecture of palliative and social care, will be published on 29 September 2023. The first edition sold well and was widely cited in the professional literature, …
    By thenewenglishlandscape, 803 words

    Feed Roughly six posts per year. Started in .

  13. POST | Aberdeen's People | Aberdeen's Community | Aberdeen's Culture
    “A window into our city and it’s community. Not just the weather, the news, but the stories of people from within our communities.” 🇬🇧

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    Aberdeen rapper M2 ready to drop new track ‘Local Shop’
    Masked Aberdeen rapper M2 is ready to make waves with the upcoming release of his second single, Local Shop The post Aberdeen rapper M2 ready to drop new track ‘Local Shop’ appeared first on POST …
    By Chris Sansbury, 52 words

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  14. Round the Island
    “Walking round the coast of Mainland Britain.” 🇬🇧

    419. Tayvallich Circular via Keillmore
    July 2022 After reaching as far as Tavallich on my last walk I was nearing the southern end of the long thin Rubha na Cille peninsula. I decided therefore to do a there and back …
    By jcombe, 2,691 words

    Feed Roughly three posts per month. Started in .

  15. round the rails we go
    “capturing Britain's railways, one station at a time.” By Scott Willison. 🇬🇧

    I could steal that bag.The thought popped into my head, entirely unbidden, even surprising me. I was stood in the doorway of a train as it slid into the station at Penkridge. Two women, early …
    By Scott Willison, 3,723 words

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  16. Ruth's Coastal Walk (UK)
    “ - walking around the British coastline, very SLOWLY.” By Ruth Livingstone. 🇬🇧

    493 Rhiconich to Drochaid Mhor
    I walk through a beautful valley, get spooked by a yellow van, and finally see some baby lambs. Continue reading →
    By Ruth Livingstone, 26 words

    Feed Roughly two posts per month. Started in .

  17. Scarfolk Council
    “Scarfolk is a town in North West England that did not progress beyond 1979. Instead, the entire decade of the 1970s loops ad infinitum.” By Richard Littler. 🇬🇧

    Bad Kingdom (1972)
    In 1972, the government drew up plans to construct a deportation facility off the coast of Ireland that could house as many as 70 million people - the entire population of the UK, if need …
    By Scarfolk Council, 185 words

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  18. Shapers of the 80s
    “British youth culture at its finest.” By David Johnson. 🇬🇧

    2023 ➤ Young sculptor brings bronze into the age of 3D printing
    ❚ ELEVEN BRONZE STATUES in unique relief glint with various coloured patinas under intense lighting at this week’s British Art Fair at Saatchi’s in London. They bear price-tags from £2,000 for a 20cm piece to …
    By OTL, 56 words

    Feed Roughly three posts per month. Started in .

  19. Slugger O'Toole
    “Conversation, politics and stray insights.” By Mick Fealty, David McCann, Brian Walker, et al. 🇬🇧

    The End is NIgh… How screwed is Northern Ireland?
    Sam Mcbride’s article in last Saturday’s BelTel was a broad overview of just how screwed we are. From crumbling public services to ecological collapse, it made for depressing reading: A veteran unionist politician recently said …
    By Brian O'Neill, 469 words

    Feed Roughly two posts per day. Started in .

  20. A Suffolk Lane
    “A diary of my life in rural north Suffolk.” By Clare Pooley. 🇬🇧

    Mettingham Castle
    Last May, just over a year ago, I had to take my car to the garage to have new brake discs and pads fitted. Instead of going back home to wait for the work to …
    By Clare Pooley, 529 words

    Feed Roughly three posts per year. Started in .