Who was Cecil Rhodes and why is he so controversial? Cecil Rhodes, pictured, who died in 1902, was the founder of the De Beers diamond company who was accused of exploiting his black miners. He was also a proponent of racial segregation which led to the Apartheid strategy in South Africa … [Read more...] about Who are Forever Family? The secretive British protest group with uniforms, body armour, walkie-talkies and military-style drills who resemble the Black Panther movement in ‘battle against racism’
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If using an onion, heat olive oil over a medium heat and cook until soft. Stir in the courgette, water and bouillon cube and season to taste. Cover the pot and cook on a low heat for four hours, stirring regularly. The courgette should easily fall apart. Cook the rigatoni in a separate pot with boiling water and drain before combining with the sauce. Sprinkle with parmesan and enjoy! … [Read more...] about Meghan and Harry latest news: Duchess’ dad Thomas Markle ‘given up on reunion’ and Queen ‘scolded’ Prince over aide row
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The early years of the 21st century were bountiful times for fantasy fans. Each time December rolled around, a new Lord of the Rings movie arrived to give everyone a festive lift with tales of hairy-footed homunculi, brave men of Númenórean blood and grumpy, pipe-smoking wizards. Then between 2001 and 2011, no fewer than eight Harry Potter movies plugged the gap, culminating in annual debuts for the final three tales of the boy and his chums at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. And only last year we sat through the final instalment in Jackson’s overblown prequel trilogy to The Lord of the Rings; The Hobbit: The Battle of Five Hours … sorry, Armies. … [Read more...] about Does The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2 mark the end of appointment cinema?