J HAMPTON (Letters, May 23) seems intent on rewriting history
Egypt is rewriting history
which it had always represented as one of its most important records.
Jolie hates this holiday and wants no part in rewriting history
like so many other Americans," News.
One way of rewriting history
is the shameless use of deceptive, bogus terms as if they are backed by facts.
But Beatles biographer Alan Clayson told a Sunday newspaper: "I think Sir Paul is rewriting history
, now that Lennon is gone.
Dear Editor, Graham Rae is rewriting history
as most of his Europhiles pals do (An area of substantial success for Tony Blair, Post Letters, March 16).
They make big money selling books while rewriting history
He's not being careless, nor is he rewriting history
Divers are on the verge of rewriting history
after discovering what appears to be the remains of a long-lost Roman bridge.
First, last came his Rewriting History
, which took on Hillary's Living History.