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BEHIND THE NEWS The north-south divide
The news that the north has been hit harder than the rest of England during the coronavirus pandemic - with a higher mortality rate than the south, and the exacerbation of adverse trends in poverty, education, employment and mental health - as well a
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The sickly scholar is invited to rule Rome in his nephew’s place When the Roman aristocrat Tiberius Claudius Nero Germanicus, better known simply as Claudius, awoke on 24 January AD 41, he never imagined he would end the day as emperor. His nephew Ca
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From the poetry of Sir Thomas Wyatt in the 16th century to the sexed-up TV series The Tudors, there have been no shortage of representations of Anne Boleyn in books and on screen. Dr Stephanie Russo explores portrayals of the Tudor queen through time