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Politics, England, United Kingdom in Europe

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Tower of London & Tower Bridge 21766_20 Featured Politics Image

Tower of London & Tower Bridge 21766_20

TOWER OF LONDON, TOWER BRIDGE & GREATER LONDON AUTHORITY BUILDING, London. Aerial view. The new Greater London Authority offices, designed by Foster & Partners, 1998-2002, stand across the River Thames from the Tower of London, from which the country was governed for so long during the medieval period

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Joseph - Spencer Perceval N070526 Featured Politics Image

Joseph - Spencer Perceval N070526

APSLEY HOUSE, London. "Spencer Perceval" (1762-1812) by George Francis JOSEPH (1764-1846) Prime Minister 1809 until his assassination. WM 1558-1948. Spencer Perceval was second son of the Earl of Egmont. A successful barrister, he entered Parliament in 1796, became Solicitor General in 1801, Attorney General in 1802, Chancellor of the Exchequer in 1807 and Prime Minister in 1809. On 11 May 1812 he was assassinated in the House of Commons by John Bellingham, a "man of disordered mind". This painting was made from a death-mask taken by Joseph Nollekens, and is one of several made after Perceval's death. The National Portrait Gallery has another version

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The Vindication of Christmas, 1653 (woodcut and letterpress) Featured Politics Image

The Vindication of Christmas, 1653 (woodcut and letterpress)

XJF488981 The Vindication of Christmas, 1653 (woodcut and letterpress) by English School, (17th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: English early modern pamphlet lamenting the abolishment of Christmas by the puritanical government. The central figure of Father Christmas proclaims "O Sir, I bring good cheere" while the roundhead soldier warns him to "Keep out, you come not here." The countryman on the otherhand is saying "Old Christmas welcome; Do not fear." The pamphlet also goes on to lampoon taxes and oppressive government. ); English, out of copyright

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