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In their case the papal dispensation was obtained after Catherine declared the first marriage had not been consummated. Later in the year, under the terms of the Act of Resumption, [48] George lost some of the property he held under royal grant, and made no secret of his displeasure. Inon his birthday, he was made Constable of Gloucester and Corfe Castles and Admiral of England, Ireland and Aquitaine [56] and appointed Governor of the North, becoming the richest and most powerful noble in England. On 17 Octoberhe was made Constable of England.

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He had been Warden of the West March on the Scottish border since 10 September[] and again from May Richar realm he used Penrith as a base while 'taking effectual measures' against the Scots, and 'enjoyed the revenues of the estates' of the Forest of Cumberland while doing so. Louis XI of France had attempted to negotiate a military alliance with Scotland in Richar realm tradition of the " Auld Alliance "with the aim of attacking England, according to a contemporary French chronicler. The king failed to arrive to lead the English army and the result was intermittent skirmishing until early Although it is debatable whether the English victory was due more to internal Scottish divisions rather than any outstanding military prowess by Richard, [] it was the last time that the Royal Burgh of Berwick changed hands between the two realms.

At the queen's request, Earl Rivers was escorting the young king to London with an armed escort of men, while Richard and Buckingham's joint escort was men. They were taken to Pontefract Castle, where they were executed on 25 June on the charge of treason against the Lord Protector after appearing before a tribunal led by Henry Percy, 4th Earl of Northumberland. Earl Rivers had appointed Richard as executor of his will. They entered the city on 4 May, displaying the carriages of weapons Earl Rivers had taken with his man army. Richard first accommodated Edward in the Bishop's apartments; then, on Buckingham's suggestion, the king was moved to the royal apartments of the Tower of Londonwhere kings customarily awaited their coronation.

According to Thomas More, Hastings was taken out of the council chambers and summarily executed in the courtyard, while others, like Lord Thomas Stanley and John Morton, Bishop of Elywere arrested. The identity of the informant, known only through the memoirs of French diplomat Philippe de Commineswas Robert Stillingtonthe Bishop of Bath and Wells. His title to the throne was confirmed by Parliament in January by the document Titulus Regius. From there he witnessed the tumult of Cultural Revolution China first-hand, notwithstanding official efforts to enforce a state of isolation on the tiny group of foreigners in the country.

He observed and sometimes participated in the roller-coaster political campaigns, including the first post mass demonstrations against the Mao order of April With the deaths of the iconic leaders of the revolution - Zhou Enlai, Zhu De and, in Septemberof Mao himself - he was caught up in the events which eventually signalled a formal end to the Cultural Revolution - the arrest of the Gang of Four. In Kirkby moved to Shandong University. China was slowly regaining its balance, and for the first time it was possible to forge semi-normal relationships with acquaintances and colleagues.

So, over to him… Why did you want to go to China in the s? I was always a sceptic about the Cultural Revolution and the Mao project in general and I wanted to see it for myself. Above all, I wanted to covertly investigate the question of urbanisation under Mao, about which I eventually wrote a book, Urbanisation in China, as well as many other studies in the ensuing years. There is an incredible amount of colour and detail in your account. Did you keep a journal throughout your time in China?

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To what extent was the China you found when you arrived different from what you had been eealm In what ways has China changed and not changed from the mids to now? The most obvious constant is the Party, and the way it relates to the people of China and the world in general. The superficialities of life have changed very dramatically, as have disposable incomes, the vast tourism boom with over million travellers overseas annually from the PRC is one result of that. Given my own special interests, it is the transformations of the urban and rural environments which are the most concrete! People inhabit these new, hectic, heaving environments with apparent equanimity, with remarkable adaptability.

Certainly the Chinese have vastly richer lifestyles; as for their mode of governance, it too has shown itself capable of adapting to some but by no means all the new aspirations of the population. What would people back in the s have thought of the China of today? No-one, including myself, could possibly have anticipated the changes in China after As a constant visitor to China from to the present day, I have glimpsed all. Remember that the re-invention of China has coincided with and continues to be fed by the latest and most impelling push of globalisation in world history, always remembering that globalisation started at the beginning of the 17th century as far as China goes.

Oddly, my views about the desirability of a democratic planned political economy in the West were actually strengthened by my immersion in China. Capitalism, as it matures, irons out and subsumes all pre-existing social formations.


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