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‘Oh starving children of Gaza’- A poem that invades and batters the hearts of all but the soul-dead

Trevor Grundy | 15 April, 2024 | Category: Current News Features & Analysis Uncategorized

United Nations officials and aid workers believe that well over 13,000 children have been killed in Gaza since  October 7, 2023. A report in The Guardian on April 16. 2024…   Read more >

FAST ASLEEP BRITISH POLITICIANS COULD LEARN A LESSON FROM A SIGNIFICANT BUT LITTLE REMEMBERED EVENT IN YORKSHIRE IN 2007

Trevor Grundy | 13 April, 2024 | Category: Current News Features & Analysis

The grave of Sir Mark Sykes at St Mary’s Churchyard at Sledmere, East Riding (Photo: Trevor Grundy)   Seventeen years ago, scientists believed that lifting the lid from a lead-lined…   Read more >

Marilyn Cantele – A brave and beautiful woman who we will always love and remember

Trevor Grundy | 6 April, 2024 | Category: Current News Features & Analysis

Marilyn Cantele 1948-2014. Her funeral service was conducted by Father George Webster SJ at St Patrick’s Church Wapping on Wednesday 16 April, 2014. After the ceremony Marilyn’s devoted husband Gabriele…   Read more >

England’s largest megalith reminds us that men worshipped the unknown thousands of years before the arrival of Christianity in Britain

Trevor Grundy | 5 April, 2024 | Category: Uncategorized

A myth says that the Devil created the stone while in a raging fury that a Christian church had been built on Pagan lands belonging to him. (Picture: Trevor Grundy)…   Read more >

Men Only Clubs – If only the Garrick had followed the example set by Marxist militants in Tanzania

Trevor Grundy | 5 April, 2024 | Category: Current News Features & Analysis

Black power led to all clubs and societies opening up to black members in Tanzania – but it didn’t happen overnight.   By Trevor Grundy   So, after 193 years…   Read more >

A rising tide of plastic waste is threatening sea-birds like never before

Trevor Grundy | 15 March, 2024 | Category: Current News Features & Analysis Uncategorized

The endangered fulmar, a victim  of our  stupidity, greed and ignorance about wildlife     By Trevor Grundy Member of the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (RSPB)  …   Read more >

Britain 2011/2024: What will follow the imminent death of British and European multiculturalism?

Trevor Grundy | 11 March, 2024 | Category: Current News Features & Analysis Uncategorized

The British Government is about to re-define what it means to be an extremist. TREVOR GRUNDY  recalls that thirteen years ago, Angela Merkel and  David Cameron made it  clear that…   Read more >

A LITTLE KNOWN FISH TAKES CENTRE STAGE IN A GROWING ROW BETWEEN BRITISH POLITICIANS AND DANISH FISHERFOLK

Trevor Grundy | 1 March, 2024 | Category: Current News Features & Analysis

A puffin at Bempton Cliffs.  This much loved sea bird, along with tens of thousands more, could face extinction.    By Trevor Grundy   BEMPTON CLIFFS, Yorkshire, England – –…   Read more >

York’s Terrible Tower and the burning and slaughter of 150 Jews in March 1190

Trevor Grundy | 19 February, 2024 | Category: Current News Features & Analysis Uncategorized

The stairway at Clifford’s Tower that leads people in 2024 back to the horrific events there in March 1190. (Picture: Trevor Grundy)   By TREVOR GRUNDY   YORK, England –…   Read more >

Hail and farewell to Gerry Loughran – media legend and one of Kenya’s most decent of men

Trevor Grundy | 9 December, 2023 | Category: Current News Features & Analysis

Obituary: Gerry Loughran (1935-2023) The British journalist who did so much to maintain high standards in post-colonial Kenya is pictured holding his book about the birth and the ups-and-downs of…   Read more >