Paul McCartney was born in Liverpool on the 18th of June 1942 and whilst baptized as a Roman Catholic, his parents, James and Mary, did not apply any pressure on him to follow any particular religious path.
Most people can put a face to the name “Richard Branson”, a flamboyant British entrepreneur with an insatiable appetite for constantly surprising the world of business, much to the delight of the media. His recognized brand name Virgin owns an eclectic mix of business interests in everything from makeup and music to air, sea and...
The Indian curry has risen through the ranks in British cuisine, bypassing traditional favourites such as Steak and Kidney Pie, Hotpot, Fish and Chips as well as Bangers and Mash, to emerge victorious as the nation’s favourite foodstuff of this millennium.
There’s more to the United Kingdom than London, a city certainly steeped in its own long and prosperous history, its streets a veritable maze of architectural epochs; yet, there‘s one thing Stratford-upon-Avon has that the British capital doesn’t.