Houghton Hall. Built in the 1720s by Sir Robert Walpole, one of England’s finest Palladian houses.

Houghton Hall. Built in the 1720s by Sir Robert Walpole, one of England’s finest Palladian houses.

Houghton Hall, Norfolk. Built in the 1720s by Sir Robert Walpole, our de facto first Prime Minister, Houghton is one of England’s finest Palladian houses.

Houghton Hall, Norfolk. Built in the 1720s by Sir Robert Walpole, our de facto first Prime Minister, Houghton is one of England’s finest Palladian houses.

Jawaharlal Nehru, India's first Prime Minister with the queen of England

Queen Elizabeth II : 1952

FILE - In this Nov. 24, 1954 file photo, Elizabeth II of England and Prime Minister, Sir Winston Churchill, wait at Waterloo station for the Queen mother on ...

Queen Elizabeth II at 90: A look at highs, lows of her reign

FILE - In this Nov. 24, 1954 file photo, Elizabeth II of England and Prime Minister, Sir Winston Churchill, wait at Waterloo station for the Queen mother on ...

Used Life Cover 1-7-1946 of England's Prime Minister Winston Churchill Painting a Picture

Used Life Cover 1-7-1946 of England's Prime Minister Winston Churchill Painting a Picture

Life Magazine Cover: "England's Prime Minister Winston Churchill Painting a Picture" (January

Robert Walpole 1St Earl Of Orford 1676 To 1745 British Statesman And Britains First Prime Minister From The National And Domestic History Of England By William Aubrey Published London Circa 1890 Canva

Robert Walpole 1St Earl Of Orford 1676 To 1745 British Statesman And Britains First Prime Minister From The National And Domestic History Of England By William Aubrey Published London Circa 1890 Canva

Robert Walpole Earl Of Orford 1676 To 1745 British Statesman And Britains First Prime Minister From The National And Domestic History Of England By William Aubrey Published London Circa 1890 Canva

This is the death mask of England's King Henry VII (the father of King Henry VIII), who was the first Tudor monarch and reigned from 1485 to 1509. It is said to be the finest death mask in existence. It's also unusual in that his eyes are open.

This is the death mask of England's King Henry VII (the father of King Henry VIII), who was the first Tudor monarch and reigned from 1485 to 1509. It is said to be the finest death mask in existence. It's also unusual in that his eyes are open.

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau Made the Queen of England Laugh

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau Made the Queen of England Laugh

Winston Churchill, Prime Minister of England, enjoying his favorite past-time - Smoking a cigar ♦ℬїт¢ℌαℓї¢їøυ﹩♦

These 17 Historic Photos With Colour Added Are Incredible

Winston Churchill, Prime Minister of England, enjoying his favorite past-time - Smoking a cigar ♦ℬїт¢ℌαℓї¢їøυ﹩♦

Mary Benson (née Sidgwick; 1841 - 1918) was an English hostess of the Victorian era. She was the wife of Revd. Edward Benson, who during their marriage became Archbishop of Canterbury, i.e. chief bishop of the Church of England and of the world-wide Anglican communion. She was described by Gladstone, the British Prime Minister, as the 'cleverest woman in Europe'. Lovers: Charlotte Basset, Tan Mylne, Ethyl Smith, Lucy Tait.

Mary Benson (née Sidgwick; 1841 - 1918) was an English hostess of the Victorian era. She was the wife of Revd. Edward Benson, who during their marriage became Archbishop of Canterbury, i.e. chief bishop of the Church of England and of the world-wide Anglican communion. She was described by Gladstone, the British Prime Minister, as the 'cleverest woman in Europe'. Lovers: Charlotte Basset, Tan Mylne, Ethyl Smith, Lucy Tait.

Trump’s election was just one more nail in the coffin of what was — according to humanistic idealists such as Winston Churchill — supposed to be a secular age of reason and enlightenment. Instead of...

Trump’s election was just one more nail in the coffin of what was — according to humanistic idealists such as Winston Churchill — supposed to be a secular age of reason and enlightenment. Instead of...

William Pitt The Elder 1St Earl Of Chatham 1708 To 1788 British Statesman And Twice Prime Minister From The National And Domestic History Of England By William Aubrey Published London Circa 1890 Canva

William Pitt The Elder 1St Earl Of Chatham 1708 To 1788 British Statesman And Twice Prime Minister From The National And Domestic History Of England By William Aubrey Published London Circa 1890 Canva

William Pitt The Elder Earl Of Chatham 1708 To 1788 British Statesman And Twice Prime Minister From The National And Domestic History Of England By William Aubrey Published London Circa 1890 Canva

The Lord Chief Justice of England and Wales is set to review a ruling last year that gave Tony Blair immunity for prosecution over his role in the Iraq War, it has emerged. Last year Westminster magistrates court blocked a private criminal prosecution against the former prime minister over the international crime of “aggression” could not be pursued, granting Mr Blair immunity from criminal charges.

Tony Blair could still be prosecuted over Iraq War

The Lord Chief Justice of England and Wales is set to review a ruling last year that gave Tony Blair immunity for prosecution over his role in the Iraq War, it has emerged. Last year Westminster magistrates court blocked a private criminal prosecution against the former prime minister over the international crime of “aggression” could not be pursued, granting Mr Blair immunity from criminal charges.

Houghton Hall....  Built in the 1720s by Sir Robert Walpole, our de facto first Prime Minister, Houghton is one of England’s finest Palladian houses.  To realize his dream for a truly magnificent house that would justly reflect his considerable power and status, Walpole employed the architects James Gibbs and Colen Campbell to draw up plans for the house whilst William Kent took charge of the interiors.  No expense was spared and each room was lavishly decorated using the finest craftsmen of…

Houghton Hall.... Built in the 1720s by Sir Robert Walpole, our de facto first Prime Minister, Houghton is one of England’s finest Palladian houses. To realize his dream for a truly magnificent house that would justly reflect his considerable power and status, Walpole employed the architects James Gibbs and Colen Campbell to draw up plans for the house whilst William Kent took charge of the interiors. No expense was spared and each room was lavishly decorated using the finest craftsmen of…

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