Attack carried out by the Provisional Irish Republican Army on Saturday 15 June 1996, when they detonated a 15,000 kg bomb in the centre of Manchester, England.
Conspiracy named after Francis Atterbury, Bishop of Rochester and Dean of Westminster, aimed at restoring the House of Stuart to the throne of Great Britain.
Redirected to Battle of Mons Badonicus.
Riot that took place on 28 January 1881 against the background of an acrimonious strike by 50,000 miners from pits on the Lancashire coalfield, characterised by mobs of miners picketing working pits.
Battle reportedly fought between the Celtic Britons and invading Anglo-Saxons, possibly in 516.
Cheetham Close, a hill in the West Pennine Moors above Turton in Lancashire, is the site of an ancient stone circle.
Acts of Parliament passed by the Tory government of William Pitt the Younger in response to its fear of unrest or revolution among the working classes. They banned workers from combining to form trade unions and prevented them from striking, calling for shorter hours or increased pay.
Student who died as the result of a head injury received in the Red Lion Square disorders in London in 1974.
Attack on the police station at Epsom, Surrey by about 400 Canadian soldiers on 17 June 1919.
Five members of parliament whom King Charles tried to have arrested in the House of Commons on 4 January 1642.