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Ruminations of a world leader: Winston Churchill's 1939 essay on the extraterrestrial unearthed!

Ruminations of a world leader: Winston Churchill's 1939 essay on the extraterrestrial unearthed!

The essay was passed in the 1980s to a US museum, where it sat until its rediscovery last year.

Donald Trump gives Oval Office a makeover, reinstalls Winston Churchill bust

US President Donald Trump has given a makeover to the Oval Office within hours of moving in to the White House as he reinstalled a bust of former British prime minister Winston Churchill and introduced some other changes.

Britain starts to spend new Churchill banknote

Britain`s wartime leader Winston Churchill will appear on a new plastic banknote which enters circulation on Tuesday, with greater durability and security features.

LG using language of Viceroy, Churchill: Delhi minister

Health Minister Satyendar Jain opposed Lt Governor Najeeb Jung's reported order to senior officials in the Delhi government to send to him files that needed his signature.

British prime ministers since World War II

British prime ministers since World War II

Theresa May is Britain`s 14th prime minister since World War II

UK Sikh group wants Jallianwala Bagh regret remarks repeated

One of Britain's oldest Sikh groups has appealed to Prime Minister David Cameron to repeat his remarks of regret over the 1919 Jallianwala Bagh massacre in Parliament on the 97th anniversary of the tragedy on Wednesday.

Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby reveals he was born illegitimate

Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby reveals he was born illegitimate

The Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby has confirmed that he is the illegitimate son of a one-time private secretary to Winston Churchill, after a newspaper reported the discovery late Friday.

Freemason membership records spanning 190 years go online

While Churchill, Wilde and Kipling, famed for "The Jungle Book," have been named as Freemasons before, the directory reveals the span of membership in the British Empire at its height.