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Palestinians and their supporters mark the 76th anniversary of Nakba in London

Trevor Grundy | 18 May, 2024 | Category: Uncategorized

Katy Colley from Hastings made her position clear during a stop the war in Gaza protest in October 2023.   By Trevor Grundy   Palestinians and thousands of their diaspora-based…   Read more >

Britain is one of the most nature-depleted countries in the world with millions of birds and mammals facing extinction

Trevor Grundy | 15 May, 2024 | Category: Uncategorized

The front-page of  the “I” newspaper on May 24, 2024   By Trevor Grundy   Senior officials from four of Britain’s best known wildlife groups have issued a scathing attack…   Read more >

Putin’s atrocities go onto the back-burner as our eyes and ears turn towards a slaughterhouse called Gaza

Trevor Grundy | 2 May, 2024 | Category: Uncategorized

The poet Wilfred Owen spent part of his 25th birthday in March 1918 in Ripon Cathedral. A few days later, he returned to the Western Front. He was killed just…   Read more >

Bullyboys and haters of the truth force journalists -their families and friends – to relocate for their own safety

Trevor Grundy | 1 May, 2024 | Category: Uncategorized

Broadcaster Peter Sharp reporting from Heroes Acre on the edge of Harare, Zimbabwe soon after Rhodesia became Zimbabwe in April 1980. Political  thugs do all they can to silence voices…   Read more >

THE STREET IN YORK THAT MADE ‘SHAMBLES’ A HOUSEHOLD WORD IN BRITAIN

Trevor Grundy | 26 April, 2024 | Category: Uncategorized

  If you live in Britain,  you’ll be familiar with the word shambles. But where does the word come from and what does it signify? TREVOR GRUNDY reports after visiting…   Read more >

Three quarters of UK swimmers will boycott filthy beaches and seas this summer

Trevor Grundy | 25 April, 2024 | Category: Uncategorized

Storm clouds over England: The small town of Whitstable in East Kent is famous for its oysters, its beaches and its nearness to London. A question mark hangs over its…   Read more >

‘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

A statue of the Madonna with a child at Ripon Cathedral in Yorkshire.  Three Mother and Child  sculptures  in copper by the York artist Harold Gosney attract a great response…   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 >