Rod King

Britain's Religious Demise

The facts reveal what most Britons have known for some time—the Christian religion in Great Britain is in decline—and in particular the role of the Church of England as the voice of Christianity in the country.


The facts reveal what most Britons have known for some time—the Christian religion in Great Britain is in decline—and in particular the role of the Church of England as the voice of Christianity in the country.

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Have You Seen the Future?

The year 2012 has been a remarkable year for Great Britain. Many events have taken place that have turned the year into a veritable cavalcade of special moments. The Shakespeare World Festival at Stratford-upon-Avon, for example, was followed by Queen Elizabeth II’s Diamond Jubilee, with a spectacular display of craft on the River Thames, and hundreds of celebrations around Great Britain and the Commonwealth. Wimbledon’s Grand Slam tennis championship came soon after, which, together with other notable sporting events, culminated in the “greatest show on earth”—the 2012 Olympic Games held in the redeveloped East London Docks area.


The year 2012 has been a remarkable year for Great Britain. Many events have taken place that have turned the year into a veritable cavalcade of special moments. The Shakespeare World Festival at Stratford-upon-Avon, for example, was followed by Queen Elizabeth II’s Diamond Jubilee, with a spectacular display of craft on the River Thames, and hundreds of celebrations around Great Britain and the Commonwealth. Wimbledon’s Grand Slam tennis championship came soon after, which, together with other notable sporting events, culminated in the “greatest show on earth”—the 2012 Olympic Games held in the redeveloped East London Docks area.

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Oil Wars in the South Atlantic?

We usually think of “oil wars” as something confined to the Middle East. Yet a war of words, focused on potential oil wealth in the Falkland Islands, is raising concerns of an “oil war” in the Southern Atlantic.


We usually think of “oil wars” as something confined to the Middle East. Yet a war of words, focused on potential oil wealth in the Falkland Islands, is raising concerns of an “oil war” in the Southern Atlantic.

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Will Britain Leave the European Union?

Is Great Britain about to leave the European Union (EU)? Most pundits would say that it is unlikely. However, in the wake of recent events, it could happen—with or without Britain’s initiation.


Is Great Britain about to leave the European Union (EU)? Most pundits would say that it is unlikely. However, in the wake of recent events, it could happen—with or without Britain’s initiation.

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London Burns!

The charred and blackened timbers of buildings have been removed, but the scars will remain in the minds of some Londoners for a long time to come. For four nights last August, thousands of rioters ran amok through the streets of London. Copycat outbreaks took place in Birmingham, Manchester, Nottingham and Bristol. After looting and vandalising shops, hooded youths proceeded to torch what remained. Well-organized thugs deliberately attacked police and fire-crews.


The charred and blackened timbers of buildings have been removed, but the scars will remain in the minds of some Londoners for a long time to come. For four nights last August, thousands of rioters ran amok through the streets of London. Copycat outbreaks took place in Birmingham, Manchester, Nottingham and Bristol. After looting and vandalising shops, hooded youths proceeded to torch what remained. Well-organized thugs deliberately attacked police and fire-crews.

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