Today’s featured articles
At what point did the Scots first see themselves as a distinct kingdom separate but equal to that of England? Dauvit Broun explores the medieval origins of Scottish sovereignty and independence.
The Aliens Act of 1905 was the culmination of decades of anxiety about migrants – some of whom attempted to reach Britain by clandestine means.
In the first of a new series, we ask historians one of the burning questions of the day.
In the July issue:
The Normans in Byzantium, the Secret Ballot, Prohibition in North Africa, a Soviet Embassy in Dublin, the Algerian War of Independence, cheese plants.
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