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St Pancras New Church: Where Ancient Greece Meets Anglicanism

The St Pancras New Church is a Greek Revival church in Bloomsbury/St Pancras, London. Even though its name suggests otherwise, it was built between 1819 and 1922 And was designed by William Inwood and his son Henry William Inwood. If...

Is Boris Johnson About to Fall?

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is under fire after holding multiple parties in Downing Street ahead of Prince Philip's funeral last Spring. Johnson issued an apology on Friday as outrage swirls around his lockdown-defiant functions. Johnson's office held farewell parties...

Scientists Discover Remains of Ichthyosaur “Sea Dragon” in the UK

Scientists in the United Kingdom found the remains of an ichthyosaur dinosaur on Monday. The scientists unwittingly discovered the skeleton during routine maintenance at a British nature reserve and reservoir. Researchers at Anglian Water and the Leicestershire and Rutland Wildlife...

Boris Johnson Gives Newborn Daughter Greek Name ‘Iris’

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and his wife Carrie Johnson have welcomed a new baby daughter into the world and given her a name inspired by Greece. The newborn baby girl has been named Romi Iris Charlotte Johnson. Romi is...

British Man Creates Wintry Windows for Christmastime Cheer

A British man named Tom Baker is the DaVinci of wintertime windows, creating enormous, magical scenes from sprayed-on white paint that transform clear panes into Christmastime wonderlands. We have most likely all seen and perhaps even used the removable paint...

United Kingdom Records First Omicron Death

UK Prime Minster Boris Johnson announced during a vaccination clinic in Paddington that at least one person who had the Omicron variant of the coronavirus has now died and that the variant is responsible for approximately 40% of all...

Is Press Freedom in Danger after Assange Ruling?

The United Kingdom's High Court ruled on Friday that the United States had the right to extradite Wikileaks founder Julian Assange. Now many commentators are asking whether Assange's extradition threatens journalists' freedom to publish information. The U.S. won the right...

Italy Returns Parthenon Marble to Greece, Piling Pressure on British Museum

The Greek Ministry of Culture and Sports announced this week that Italy will return a fragment of the Parthenon Marbles to Greece, a move which adds pressure on the British Museum to follow suit and return the magnificent Parthenon...

Dozens of Migrants Perish Trying to Reach the UK

31 migrants drowned on Wednesday while attempting to reach the shores of the United Kingdom. The group was discovered in the English Channel, the passage between the UK and France. The International Organization for Migration (IOM)'s Missing Migrants Project tragedy...

“Ancient Greeks: Science and Wisdom” Exhibition Opens in London

A new exhibition exploring science in ancient Greek society opens at London's Science museum on Wednesday, November 17. The exhibition, titled "Ancient Greeks: Science and Wisdom," combines ancient artifacts and objects to explore the role science played in ancient Greek...