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The Museum of London is issuing a public call for attention-grabbing signs from past and present London establishments, as part of an upcoming exhibition.


In a bold move, Oxford University Press has unveiled its latest endeavor – a collection of songs aimed to dominate the music charts.


Renowned filmmaker Martin Scorsese has offered his backing to an Iranian director facing imprisonment for showing a film at the Cannes Film Festival without government authorization.


For over 500 years, the Palace of Holyroodhouse, also known as Holyrood Palace or Holyrood House, has stood as the primary royal dwelling in Scotland. This historic landmark's story

The British Museum, a renowned tourist destination in London, has terminated the employment of a staff member as authorities conduct a police investigation into the


Following the passing of her husband, King George VI, and the ascension of her daughter, Queen Elizabeth II, to the throne, Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother found herself in close proximity

London's historic Hatchards bookstore, located in Piccadilly, has unexpectedly become a sensation among Generation Z, as they flock to recreate scenes from a popular fantasy novel.


The Museum of West African Art (MOWAA) in Nigeria has joined forces with Oxford University’s School of Archaeology in a groundbreaking partnership. Their goal is to create a hub of


The renovation work, carried out on behalf of the Defence Infrastructure Organisation (DIO), is the first since the wall at RM Norton Manor gained English Heritage status nearly four


The Secretary of State has appointed Neil Mendoza as the new Chair of Historic England for a term of four years commencing 01 September 2023.