Wednesday, March 02, 2005

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'Baldrick' wanted to name it after his mother

Neil Herron's blog today has prompted John at the The England Project to recall, that the Bill of Rights 1689 (An Act Declaring the Rights and Liberties of the Subject and Settling the Succession of the Crown) was nearly named by whole bunch of working class types, turnip pickers, mud scroungers and girth cradlers as:

The Workers and Workers Families Declaration of Practices, Workers Rights and Implied Cooperation With Working Brothers (and sisters) and Sisters in Workers Associations in this Kingdom. and that Baldrick wanted to name it after his mother.

Go on, have a look, you know you want to The England Project



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