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BBC History Magazine Jun 15
The signing of was a turning point in British constitutional history, but are we marking its anniversary on the correct date?
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Jonesy Cartoons Jun 15
in 1215 signed Here's an historically accurate depiction of the event:
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Christina Duffy Jun 15
in 1215 was agreed to by King John. As part of our 800th anniversary work in 2015 we used to assess the ink's condition
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Sam Grout-Smith Jun 15
15 June 1215 King John was forced to agree the - it limited the crown’s power and said no one could be arrested, imprisoned or have their possessions taken away except by “the lawful judgment of his equals or by the law of the land” The long road of
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HanSolo Jun 15
The historic significance of what took place here 804 years ago today is being heartily ignored by one and his merry cohorts. We met your constituents today. Time is up according to them.
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Loan Charge Action Group [LCAG] Jun 15
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NeedTheSunshine Jun 15
I'm so fed up at having to explain to my kids that an utter affront to and is the and causing suicides is acceptable. They just don't get it. Happy to bring all four of them for a Q&A session. Maybe you can explain to them?
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Don Edgley Jun 15
. . has also achieved introducing retrospective taxation of the removing rights created by the in 1215
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Loan Charge Action Group [LCAG] Jun 10
LCAG are holding a mass protest in ’s constituency on Saturday 15th June: 12:00 Weybridge: nr Lloyds bank, High St., KT13 8DA 14:30 Egham: by Waitrose, Church road. TW20 9HZ 16:00 Runnymede: monument. TW20 9LU Come along to
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Dame Fair Tax DCB 2h
all you residents of home of , do you think it’s principles should live on? or be removed by aka ?
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BBC History Magazine 9h
: “The thing people often get wrong is thinking it was signed, rather than sealed…” On Saturday, we tweeted exactly that – sorry for any confusion that resulted from our mistake. You can read even more about the document here
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Loan Charge Action Group [LCAG] Jun 15
signed on this day 804 years ago. Died when allowed the into law.
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Dr. Paul Jun 15
Today in 1215-following a revolt by the English nobility against his rule- put his royal seal on the . The document guaranteed that the king would respect feudal rights & privileges, uphold the freedom of the church, and maintain & respect the rule of law.
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Steven A. Anderson Jun 13
No man is an island—a poet once wrote—but Donald Trump is a country unto himself, and he cares only about Donald Trump. Therefore he will commit treason against US because his country—the Donald Country—might benefit from foreign help. .
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Ian Parker Jun 15
June 15th in 1215 King John puts his seal to  at Runnymede. The Charter was ment to bring peace between the King and his barons. It also protected the barons from illegal imprisonment, access to swift justice, and limitations on feudal payments to the Crown
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Billion Dollars ID Jun 15
- London Fraud Bribery “Forensics File” GERALD 6TH DUKE OF MARQUESS OF EARL = NAME*SWITCH = GERALD JOHN HOWARD Most Famous Identity Theft Case in the World
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Charmaigne Smith 14h
Please can you ask the candidates position on the 20 yr retrospective tax that is the ? Is this a trend they will continue with or can we have the rule of law in reinstated?
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TSHarrison Jun 16
Wonder if any significance to James Joyce's choice June 16th as 'Bloomsday' in Ulysses & today also anniversary of signing Magna Carta in 1215? Also my birthday, (but don't think mom had ulterior motives) 😉 Guess I'll have to put Runnymede on bucket list!
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Loan Charge Action Group [LCAG] Jun 13
Campaigners call for the removal of ‘Bad Chancellor Philip’ at for ripping up the and the UK !
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Loan Charge Action Group [LCAG] Jun 15
At the home of the , 804 years after it was signed, look at what the does: - The right to justice - REMOVED - The right to appeal – REMOVED - The right to a fair trial – REMOVED
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