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England's roads less travelled

Winsor Dobbin suggests taking some roads less travelled in rural England to discover some appealing destinations before, during or after the Olympic Games. England remains a green and...
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Saddle sore: New England's pub crawl on horseback

Head for the hills of New South Wales'New England tableland on a horseback pub crawl.
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England full of fame-obsessed fatties, says Lonely Planet

As Australians we're used to slagging off the Poms about their weather and Ashes teams, but global travel publisher Lonely Planet have taken it a step further by putting their distaste for...
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Escape the London Olympics: Insider's England

England remains a green and pleasant land if you know here to head. There are still slower-paced towns with rustic pubs, traditional seaside piers, tea rooms, fish and chip shops and...
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England's Cotswold villages

Softly glowing stone cottages, cobblestone streets, cosy pubs there's a reason that they call the drive through England's Cotswolds the romantic road
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Welcome to London well, nearly

The businesspeople in charge of Oxford airport, England nearly 100km away from London are seeking to have their hub branded as London Oxford Airport'
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Chimpanzee meat found in British restaurants

British authorities have made a shocking discovery in UK restaurants and markets. Chimpanzee meat is being sold, and eaten, in central England's Midlands region, sold primarily by street...
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UK: Coast to coast on two wheels

The National Cycle Network has reinvigorated England's lost areas — from disused railway lines to forgotten back-roads and canal towpaths. Set up by Sustrans as in Sustainable Transport...
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Top 10 Commonwealth countries you need to see

As the Commonwealth Games hit India this year, and the traditional sporting powerhouses of the old empire Australia, England, Canada and New Zealand outperform all comers to take the lion's...
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What, exactly, is British? The Empire explained

Have you ever been a bit unclear as to the proper terminology when referencing jolly ole England? A bit geographically stumped as to which bit is the UK vs actual Great Britain? Or have you...
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