A couple of month's back I was listening to a BBC discussion that involved the historian David Starkey. Talking about the Saxon period of British history, he was in full swing and then said, "…but in – dare I say it -(pause)…England…" It was obvious he was awaiting a nod before actually using the word 'England'. Why should David Starkey have to be daring to mention England on a Radio 4 programme? At the time I posted this on Facebook and l … Read More
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