The Count of the Saxon Shore
The Count of the Saxon Shore oversees ‘Great Brexit from Rome’ and keeps his Migration Watch – circa 270 AD
23 May 2019,
The Count of the Saxon explains the fluidity of Saxon religious belief as new archaeological discoveries suggest the East Saxons converted to Christianity, and back to Paganism again.
29 April 2019,
The Count of the Saxon recalls the first book to record the timeless British refrain - 'things aren't what they used to be'.
8 April 2019,
The Count of the Saxon Shore recalls how an aggressive Leave Campaign led to de-industrialisation and porous borders
8 April 2019,
The Count of the Saxon Shore continues his saga of the First Great Brexit - from the Roman Empire - and fostered the forerunners of Nigel Farage
18 March 2019,
The Count of the Saxon Shore recalls some of the post-Roman pirates and renegades who promised to 'Make Britain Great Again'
14 March 2019,
As he patrols his British forts guarding against Anglo-Saxon invaders, the Count of the Saxon Coast recounts another true story from the first great Brexit, sixteen hundred years ago.
7 March 2019,
The Count of the Saxon Shore provides another insight into the 'Great Brexit from Rome'
26 February 2019,
The Count of the Saxon Shore welcomes the Duchess of the South Saxons, and the arrival of her heir, with that ancient Mercian salutation: "‘Ay up me duck."
19 February 2019,
As I stare out at that grey whale-road the English Channel it no longer seems absurd to make that boldest of historical parallels for Brexit: the end of the Roman Empire in Britain. Well, at least gives me an opportunity to properly talk about English identity. Yes, I want my country back. I want us to be honest about what it was in the first place.