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Real Britannia: The Great British Fish Theft – RB 121420


Sven Longshanks and Max Musson discuss the Brexit talks before finishing a presentation on George Stephenson, the father of Railways.

Brexit has been delayed once again, with Boris now leaning more towards rejecting the EUs deal, which would see Europe still having rights to British fishing grounds.

The EU also want us to stay tied into to the ECHR, which at present prevents us from sending fake asylum seekers and foreign criminals back to their ethnic homelands.

Five hundred of those fake asylum seekers are about to be dumped on a Hampshire village, increasing the population by a third.

Stephenson was the first to utilise steam locomotives to carry passengers and he did so while also carrying 80 tons of coal at the same time.

After this he built ‘The Rocket’ with his son, which won the competition for the fastest and most stable locomotive and led to him providing all trains as well as lines throughout the world.

Despite his fame he never gave up on his working class past, eventually buying his own mine right next to the railway he had built.


Presented by Sven Longshanks and Max Musson

Real Britannia: The Great British Fish Theft – RB 121420




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