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Left: Henry VIII's wine cellar in the basement of the Ministry of Defence building, with the building exterior on the right
History

Toasting Henry

Beneath the imposing grey building that houses the Ministry of Defence a Tudor gem lies hidden. Access is restricted, but one of our lucky guides

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Cruickshank Print: Credit Westminster Archives
History

A Regency Rebellion

Tread in the footsteps of the Cato Street conspirators, who on 23 February 200 years ago plotted to assassinate the prime minister and bring down

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History

Doodlebug Summer

Three years after the end of the Blitz, Westminster was once again in the front line By Mark Lubienski Dr. Reginald Victor (R. V.) Jones

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Local Walks for Local People

What is your Westminster? Parks and palaces, politics and power, pomp and ceremony, or arts and culture? We Guides are spoiled for choice – Westminster

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History

George IV

George IV – Inveterate voluptuary or planning genius and unfortunate victim? ‘There never was an individual less regretted by his fellow creatures than this deceased

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