Great Britain, England, Ireland, Wales, Scotland and Cornwall (and Glastonbury) – as well as the Lake District, Devon, Exeter and the streets of London –
This is an excellent book subtitled ‘Hermits, Recluses and Spiritual Outsiders in Medieval England’ and states that it is historically ‘unclear’ how Celtic Christianity first
Dear Gilliaan This information is taken from Richard White’s (1997) book entitled ‘King Arthur in Legend and History’ and conveys the dates of the early (Celtic)
The point is that despite his working-class background and Communist ideals, Richard Burton became such a great star that it was difficult for the capitalist establishment to persecute him, or deny him a profession (as happened to Paul Robeson).
The British working class should work to expose Churchill’s anti-Socialist attitudes and support all non-White people in their condemnation of his racist attitudes.
It must also be remembered that the Scottish Welfare System is still funded from Westminster, out of the pockets of the British tax-payer, despite the Scots acting as if they are financially independent. The fact remains that without ‘English’ tax-payers, the Scots could not afford their own Welfare bill.