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 Paul Tanner, 'Leavers of Bristol', social group of Brexiteers censored by the Bristol Post
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Paul Tanner, 'Leavers of Bristol', social group of Brexiteers censored by the Bristol Post. Concerned about the lack of accountability or democracy in Brussels. Some remainers accuse them of racism. Monthly meetups part of a national network 'Leavers of Britain'
https://leaversofbritain.co.uk/events/leavers-of-bristol-sunday-social/
https://www.facebook.com/leaversbristol/

Alan Balding on Harry Ricardo engineering in Shoreham Sussex role in 1940s jet engine design. Hardly known outside automotive circles, Ricardo deserves wider acclaim. Based in Shoreham, West Sussex, this respected engineering firm was founded by Harry Ricardo, a pioneer who devised the octane rating system, designed engines for Britain's first tanks and transformed diesel efficiency; his ideas appeared in Land Rovers, Massey-Ferguson tractors and Frank Whittle's famous first jet engine.
Engines and Enterprise: The Life and Work of Sir Harry Ricardo
https://www.amazon.co.uk/Engines-Enterprise-Life-Harry-Ricardo/dp/0750917121/

Mark Wadsworth director of Divided in Race, United in War and Peace. Welcome to our youth-centred photography and film project about race relations in Britain during and after the Second World War. At its core are the testimonies of 13 surviving veterans, particularly those West Indian and African young men and women who volunteered to join the war effort and soon afterwards returned to live in Britain. They risked their lives to serve under the British flag in times of war, then faced a second battle – their right to remain under that flag, as British citizens. Until now their stories have not been properly heard. Nor has the contribution they made been fully recognised, both in helping win the war but also changing the face of British society. This project, brought to you by The-Latest.Com, seeks to both redress that balance and explore the sometimes painful evolution of a multi-cultural society from a unique perspective.
http://dividedbyrace.the-latest.com
https://www.gold.ac.uk/calendar/?id=8067

Filmfarsi director Ehsan Khoshbakht on Iranian Cinema. Ehsan explains that before the 1979 Iranian revolution titilating 'Carry On' style films were made for the Persian Farsi-speaking audiences, this is the subject of his film which premiered at the Watershed in July 2019.
How Iran's 'filmfarsi' remains the biggest secret in cinema history by Ehsan Khoshbakht
https://www.theguardian.com/film/2019/jul/11/iran-filmfarsi-remains-biggest-secret-in-cinema-history

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