Duchess of Cornwall praises new domestic abuse technology

The Duchess of Cornwall has hailed the “magic” of secret panic alarms for domestic abuse victims as she paid a visit to the Metropolitan Police Headquarters in London. Domestic abuse victims are being given hidden ‘panic alarms’ allowing police to track them down when the alarms are activated. The Duchess of Cornwall became the first […]

Princess Margaret comment sparked IRA fury

Always known for her outspoken views, it has been revealed that Princess Margaret sparked fury from the IRA after calling the Irish people “pigs”. It is believed that Margaret made the comment while on an official visit to the United States in 1979 and in conversation with the Mayor of Chicago, Jane Byrne. At the […]

Prince Harry’s unannounced return to Botswana

It was revealed this week that Prince Harry has returned to his ‘second home’ of Botswana as part of his role as Patron of the Rhino Conservation Botswana. Prince Harry spent time in Botswana with his now-fiancee, Meghan Markle, in Summer 2016 though it is believed that Ms Markle has not joined Harry on this […]

The Queen’s wish for Zimbabwe to rejoin the Commonwealth

It is believed that Her Majesty The Queen is seeking to improve relations between the United Kingdom and Zimbabwe and even hopes that the latter will rejoin the Commonwealth. Zimbabwe withdrew from the Commonwealth in 2003 though there are indications that the Southern African country and Britain will soon engage in high-level diplomatic engagements in […]

What the Victorians did for fun

In the age before Twitter, Facebook, Angry Birds and Call of Duty, surprisingly Queen Victoria and her subjects had plenty of ways of keeping themselves entertained….. and there wasn’t a single iPad in sight! Sole Entertainment Entertainment in the Victorian era was another way of separating the rich from the poor. Many working people were […]