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I am so VERY old, I can remember a time when the main TV channels’ decisions to schedule two delicious-sounding programmes opposite each other left us poor, technology-deprived viewers with Hobson’s choice. 576 more words
Robert Cecil was born in 1563 and was the son of William Cecil, 1st Baron Burghley and Mildred Cooke.
Cecil attended St John’s College in Cambridge during the 1580’s but he did not undertake a degree and in 1584 and 1586 he sat representing Westminster and Hertfordshire from 1589 at the House of Commons. 478 more words
1553 only heirs to the Tudor throne were women – next three monarchs would be women
6 July 1553 Greenwich Palace Edward VI was the only son of Henry VIII and he died – political crisis as no one left to claim the title King of England… 1,808 more words