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Winston Churchill papers reveal plans for Channel Tunnel

winston churchill papers reveal plans for channel tunnel
The note, signed and printed by Churchill, considers the possibility of a tunnel between Britain and France, but included emergency measures to be taken if the French became an enemy.

Two children among three people killed in Mississauga crash

*By The Canadian Press* MISSISSAUGA, Ont. — Three people, an adult and two children, have been killed in traffic accident in Mississauga just west of Toronto. Peel Regional Police say the two..

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Police investigate anti-semitic hate crime in school

Police investigate anti-semitic hate crime in school
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042017 Winston Churchill for "Churchill: The Blitz," CV Live

The San Angelo Performing Arts Center is hosting special performances of "Churchill: The Blitz," and we got to hear all about them by Winston Churchill himself!
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Sharyland Pioneer vs. International Baccalaureate Pt. 2

90 - 40 I.B. in the lead
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News video: The Best Commencement Speeches

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From Meryl Streep to Barack Obama, check out the most inspirational graduation commencement speeches.
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News video: Mark Gatiss Says Doctor Who Showrunner Is ‘Hardest Job in Television’

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Mark Gatiss has commented on the showrunner job for Doctor Who, describing it as a poisoned chalice. The currently running tenth season of the rebooted BBC classic marks the final bow for both twelfth..
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Did Europe Surrender To Radical Islam?

did europe surrender to radical islam?
Authored by Guy Milliere via The Gatestone Institute, · *In spite of three attacks in three months, Britain does not seem to be choosing the path of vigilance and determination. June is not even..
Zero Hedge

Wars Were And Are Far From Inevitable – OpEd

By Jonathan Power* Frederick the Great of Prussia was a friend of Voltaire and enjoyed ribald evenings with the philosopher discussing the intricacies of life’s dos and don’ts. Before becoming..
Eurasia Review

Churchill review: 'Provocative old stuff'

churchill review: 'provocative old stuff'
Even 50 years after his death, Winston Churchill is often voted the greatest Briton ever. But anyone who goes to see this film expecting a sepia-tinted eulogy is in for a shock.

A Replacement Of Population Is Taking Place In Europe

a replacement of population is taking place in europe
Authored by Giulio Meotti via The Gatestone Institute, · People-smugglers bring the migrants to the NGOs' ships, which then reach Italian seaports.* Another legal enquiry has been opened about the..
Zero Hedge

Winston Churchill is more open to interpretation: Brian Cox

Veteran actor Brian Cox says that as a concept, former UK Prime Minister Winston Churchill can be discussed in a more liberal manner nowadays.

Hinduja teams up with Raffles to open luxury hotel in London's

The Hinduja group has signed a deal with Europe's largest hotel chain to transform the UK's iconic Old War Office building, once occupied by Britain's war-time prime minister Winston Churchill, into a..

Winston Churchill's old office set to converted into a luxury hotel

winston churchill's old office set to converted into a luxury hotel
Former British Prime Minister Winston Churchill's old office is set to be converted into a luxury hotel and new residences. Raffles Hotels & Resorts, the luxury brand of AccorHotels Group, |ndian..
City A.M.

Britain: The Triumph and the Muddle

Rex Features via AP Images Jeremy Corbyn leaves the Labour Party Headquarters in London. There are two main takeaways from the astounding British election. First, there is a hunger for a..
The American Prospect

Theresa May is not the first Prime Minister to have taken a punt on an election

James Callaghan, Margaret Thatcher, Edward Heath and even Winston Churchill all gambled in different ways
Ely News Also reported by •Cambridge News

Prime Ministers who have gambled and lost

prime ministers who have gambled and lost
Theresa May is by no means the first British Prime Minister - within living memory - to have gambled and, seemingly, lost. Her jaunty spirits when she called the election, when the Tories were expected..

Grayson Perry hosts the perfect show for these troubled political times

grayson perry hosts the perfect show for these troubled political times
When you read this, we will probably know the results of a general election that’s stoked division and discord across the country, pitting rich against poor, town against town, neighbour against..
City A.M.

Movie review capsules, June 11

Small Enough to Jail “Hoop Dreams” director Steve James profiles the Sung family, a group of Chinese bankers in New York targeted by the government in the wake of the recent mortgage crash. The..

Campaigners slam Bristol store Lush for Winston Churchill quote, branding him a 'war criminal and white supremacist'

campaigners slam bristol store lush for winston churchill quote, branding him a 'war criminal and white supremacist'
Lush's shop window quotes Churchill's 'unity in Europe' quote, but quoting him at all is 'wild'
Bristol Post

It wasn't just the melon baller that helped John Lithgow channel Winston Churchill in 'The Crown'

In his long and decorated career, John Lithgow has learned never to underestimate the power of creative anxiety and a good melon baller. Playing against type, the beloved comedic actor has earned..
L.A. Times

Brian Cox on playing a troubled wartime leader in Churchill

Personal connections helped the veteran Scottish actor play Winston Churchill.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Jeremy Corbyn 'drawing bigger crowds than any UK leader since Winston Churchill'

Labour leader ends general election campaign with string of rally speeches across England, Scotland and Wales

The Fog Of Markets

the fog of markets
Authored by 720Global's Michael Lebowitz via RealInvestmentAdvice.com, “The year 1915 was fated to be disastrous to the cause of the Allies and to the whole world. By the mistakes of this year..
Zero Hedge

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