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On his 75th birthday, King Charles III enters the ranks of the longest-living British monarchs, a list currently topped by five predecessors. Here's a glimpse at the monarchs who have surpassed

Fake Robert Burns manuscripts, crafted in Edinburgh 140 years ago, are still in circulation, raking in millions of pounds, according to experts. The forgeries, produced by a skilled counterfeiter

 

An auction in Wiltshire saw a first-class dinner menu from the RMS Titanic, served on the evening of April 11, 1912, sell for £84,000. The menu, which includes items like oysters, beef, spring


Pablo Picasso's renowned painting, "Woman with a Watch," fetched an impressive $139.3 million at a Sotheby's auction in New York, marking the second-highest price ever achieved for the

 

Over the past year, 159 historic sites have been added to Historic England's Heritage at Risk Register, identifying places at risk of neglect, decay, or inappropriate development. Among the

 

The London City Ballet (LCB) is set to make a triumphant return almost 30 years after its last performance.

 

Mary Berry, the renowned chef, TV presenter, and former Great British Bake Off judge, has put her former residence in Penn, Buckinghamshire, on the market for £3.5 million.

 

Letters penned during the Seven Years' War in 1757-1758, meant for French sailors on board the Galatee but confiscated by Britain's Royal Navy, have been opened for the first time, shedding

North London's iconic bus fleet is set to transport passengers down memory lane, offering free rides on twenty-three classic buses. This nostalgic journey is in celebration of the 30th

 

Victoria Coren Mitchell, the renowned TV presenter and host of the BBC quiz show Only Connect, has joyously announced the birth of her second child, June Violet Mitchell. The child is the