Today all the way back in 1305, the Scottish rebel Sir William Wallace was executed in London. The death of the Scottish outlaw has long since become a symbol of freedom, in Scotland and beyond. Nowadays, the lochs and forests of Scotland offer idy
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200 years ago today, a march at St Peter's Field saw government soldiers attack a peaceful gathering of Mancunian workers, who were out demanding the right to vote. But the events that followed the Peterloo Massacre would show the powerful that this
Today is the anniversary of the bombing of Hiroshima, but many of the Manhattan Project scientists who helped create it were not fans of atomic weapons – they became the founders of the movement for nuclear disarmament. A movement that still soldie
129 years today since his untimely death, appreciating Vincent Van Gogh's radical political philosophy — one which treasured the masses above the masters. It was philosophy not dissimilar to another radical hero of ours: British designer William Morr
In these times of political tribalism and polarisation, remembering the importance of nuance. George Bernard Shaw taught us as much from his plays as from his approach to public life. Choosing the right quotes for our tea towels is never easy.