POLITICS

The King’s Speech and Archaeology [A short story]

Thin pickings for the UK Heritage sector in the King's Speech.   Comedian and writer Alexei Sayle opened his set at the Secret Policeman's Ball by telling the audience, "My name is...

Home Office Plan for Dambusters Base RAF Scampton Remains Dogged by Archaeological Controversy

Lead Image: thePipeLine Ahead of a Judicial Review sought by the local authority into the controversial decision by Home...

TREASURE ACT AMENDMENT: GAMECHANGER OR GAME OVER FOR REGULATING METAL DETECTING?

A canny application of Nudge Theory to save important archaeological artefacts for the nation's museums, or a case...

BEN HOUCHEN, DYNAMITE DORRIES & THE DORMAN LONG TOWER- A Cautionary Tale

Header Image: The Dorman Long Tower in 2011 As we pass the first anniversary of the demolition of...

ARCHAEOLOGY MISSING AS ENVIRO GROUPS PROMISE ACTION OVER KWARTENG DEREGULATION

Leadership bodies in UK archaeology appears silent as the evidence increases that the administration of UK Prime Minister...

IWM BOOKS FOR SALE AS LIBRARY SAVED [IF USERS PAY]

Following the apparent funding cut climb down by Chancellor George Osborne over the proposed axing of the Imperial War Museum's education service, campaigners hope...

REVEALED: FALLON LINKS TO MHF CHAIR LORD LINGFIELD

  thePipeLine can exclusively reveal longstanding political links between a senior Conservative Minister, the Secretary of State for Defence,  the Rt Hon Michael Fallon MP...

“OLDEST SHOT” VINDICATES NBS CAMPAIGN

  The news Dr Glenn Foard of Huddersfield University, has identified what may well be the oldest lead cannon shot and earliest proof of the...

AWKWARD QUESTIONS FOR VICTORY 1744 INVESTIGATIONS

Three Government departments, two senior Ministers and the charity chaired by a senior Conservative Party advisor and former  official, are facing awkward questions as...

VICTORY 1744 BROADSIDE AT MOD HUMAN SHIELD VAIZEY

As is the way of it in Adjournment Debates, especially on a Thursday at the end of the week's business, it was almost one...

VICTORY 1744 PROJECT FACES JUDICIAL REVIEW

The controversial project to salvage the wreck of HMS Victory 1744 in the English Channel may be moving towards its end game as the...