Tag Archives: London

As British as the Irish themselves

Recently, in conversation with a colleague, I remarked upon a concept which I felt was pretty straightforward. Cut and dry even. That as part of the British home islands, pre-independence Ireland was disproportionally policed. Now it was, there is no … Continue reading

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BBC News: Pub pictures saved from London skip displayed online

Pub pictures saved from London skip displayed online – http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-35031879

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