I see from yesterday's TORYGRAPH that Trevor Phillips, the Chairman of the Commission for Equalities and Human Rights, said that the history of Britain did not properly reflect the contribution of other cultures. Speaking at a conference fringe meeting, he said the storyof how Sir Francis Drake fought the Spanish Armada in 1588 should include the important role played by the Muslim Turks in delaying the Spanish Fleet, which allowed the British ships to be better prepared. FFS, whatever next ? This was one of the basic teachings I had at primary school, and some dogooder wants to trash it. Anyone got any other thoughts, apart from "Will anyone rid me of this turbulent priest ?"