Living in a small village in North Yorks I can get to the train station in about 1 hour and 20 minutes if all goes well. Zero chance of getting back.
The drive is about 25 minutes. I’d guess the same for all villages near me.
He was. Parliament were too divided and afraid to repeat the Republican experiment. Some very early socialist ideas given in The Putney Debates by The Levellers. Fascinating times.
(He was king of England and Scotland, but not Britain which did not exist before the Act of Union in 1707).
Really? I looked around from block 23 and the East Stand seemed empty. In the absence of empirical data, I’m standing by my subjective view. If you have any evidence to substantiate your assertion, please do share.