So Meghan, the duchess of Sussex, gave birth to a son, and the British and in some cases, the Irish press, which for weeks has been positively giddy with rumour, was freed from its stifling wait for actual news of a royal baby.
Tue, 21 May, 2019
The reign of Elizabeth I was the first time that Muslims began openly living in England. It stemmed from the queen’s isolation from Catholic Europe and her excommunication by Pope Pius V in 1570. Attitudes towards Islam then have parallels for us today, writes
Sat, 28 May, 2016
Richard III’s remains may have been discovered in a car park in Leicester earlier this week but Owen Farrell would do well to pay greater heed to Shakespeare’s Henry IV ahead of England’s visit to Dublin this weekend.
Fri, 08 Feb, 2013
Britain’s Queen Elizabeth will make one of the shortest but most significant journeys of her 57-year reign when she travels to Ireland later this year. It comes more than 150 years after the trips by Queen Victoria.looks at the first visits of Victoria and her predecessor, George IV.
Sat, 05 Mar, 2011