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Royal Air Force

This year, the Royal Air Force is celebrating 100 years of service to the people of Great Britain. The RAF was a completely unique organisation when it was launched in 1918, as it was the first time in history that any nation had created an air force that was completely separate from the Army and Royal Navy. Continue reading

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Battle of Bosworth

The Battle of Bosworth was the last significant battle of the Wars of the Roses during the 15th century. The era marked a period of great civil unrest in England, when the Plantagenet king, Henry VI, was on the throne. Born in 1421, he had ascended to the throne at just nine months old, following his father’s death. Continue reading

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The Pointer Sisters: Automatic

American R&B group the Pointer Sisters is one of the most enduring family bands in the world – with a career spanning almost five decades to date. Since forming in 1969, the all-girl group has had a string of top 20 hits in both the US and the UK and shows no sign of slowing down any time soon! Continue reading

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Steris: Keeping it Clean

The Steris Corporation has been at the forefront of medical innovations for more than a century, providing high-quality products for hospitals and the healthcare industry. The low-temperature, liquid sterilisation process pioneered by Steris in the 1980s was the first that could be used safely on heat-sensitive equipment. Continue reading

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Soho

The vibrant district of Soho, in the West End of London, has been one of the capital’s main entertainment areas since the 19th century. Part of the City of Westminster, it boasts an exciting and fashionable combination of lively nightlife, fine dining and fascinating shops. Continue reading