Tag Archive | Magna Carta

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Magna Carta + 800 years .   The Magna Carta is still regarded as the foundation of liberty to this day; it instigated an overhaul of English law.  Included in its many declarations was the promise ‘freemen’ would have access to due legal process.  This promise was not extended to male ‘serfs’ nor women in […]

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Posted in 2015 June, Linda Perry0 Comments


February: From the Editor

This February 2015 issue we follow the theme #celebratefreedom with a short life story from our featured guest author, Jennifer B Graham. Her story talks about the legacy of the Magna Carta and how it impacted her life on leaving South Africa in 1975. 2015 is the official 800th anniversary of the sealing of the Magna Carta which became the foundation […]

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Posted in 2015 February, Editor's blog0 Comments


Featured guest: Jennifer B Graham, author

“King John could surely never have anticipated the enduring global legacy of Magna Carta when he agreed to its terms in 1215.” This joint statement, recently issued by representatives of the British Library, Lincoln and Salisbury Cathedrals, couldn’t ring truer for me. As we approach the 800th anniversary of the Magna Carta, on a personal […]

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Posted in 2015 February, Featured Guest1 Comment


Magna Carta FREE competition for writers

Did you read our editor’s post on the continued legacy of the Magna Carta?  Are you motivated by the post from our featured guest, Jennifer B Graham on her own personal Magna Carta? Do you want to learn more about the events that set the Magna Carta in motion? Well if you do, take a moment to watch these UK […]

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Posted in 2015 February, Competitions0 Comments