From Robin Tilbrook <[email protected]>
Subject Mid-week roundup Friend
Date April 13, 2022 12:27 PM
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Mid-week Roundup



Former Mr Universe and champion bodybuilder declared covid-court a SHAM



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A champion English bodybuilder has been convicted of breaking lockdown laws by opening his gym and ordered to pay almost £56,000 in fines and costs by a court.



In extraordinary scenes, strongman Eddy Ellwood, 58, made a statement in the courtroom after he was fined, denying the authority of the court and declaring the conviction was a “sham”.



Eddy had maintained that people using his Xtreme Fitness premises in Hartlepool were engaged in a peaceful protest against the coronavirus restrictions last year.











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Machete Man ‘Suffering a Mental Health Crisis’ Hospitalises Policeman



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A police officer in London has been hospitalised by a machete-wielding man the London force describes as “suffering a mental health crisis”.



The man, who was eventually described by the clearly reluctant Met Police as ‘black’, allegedly carried out the attack on Skelton Road in the hyper-diverse London Borough of Newham, noted for such dubious law and order plaudits as its status as the acid attack capital of the city.



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90% of English medieval chivalry and heroism manuscripts have been LOST





It's very likely you've heard of King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table – but how many other medieval English heroic or chivalric stories could you name?



If the answer is none, you've now got the perfect excuse, as research has revealed that a whopping 90 per cent of these tales have been lost in England.



Researchers from Oxford University have analysed the survival of medieval stories across Europe, and found extremely varying results.



In England, 90 per cent of medieval stories have been lost, while in Iceland and Ireland, three quarters of tales survive to this day.



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Yours sincerly



Robin Tilbrook

Party Chairman

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English Democrats Party - PO Box 1066, 
Norwich NR14 6ZJ, United Kingdom

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