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Curator's Choice A 19th century pub argument, late-night drinking and a shooting: The tale of one of the last duels in BritainIn a tale of intoxicated accusations of debt and manslaughter, Hannah Griffiths reflects on the foliage-covered Isle of Wight gravestone of a man shot in a 19th century duel.19 January 2016
News Parliament Week 2012: Question MPs on Twitter, watch a Suffragette trial and get inside WestminsterParliament Week is about to return, inviting youngsters and adults across the country to discover the stories of democracy and enagage with the work of Parliament.14 November 2012
News UK Supreme Court "can't wait" to let public see inside for Museums at NightThe highest court in the land will lay on jazz, law-themed cocktails and more as part of a special Twilight Hours opening for Museums at Night 2014 this May.26 March 2014