Rivers of Blood
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Enoch Powell ‘Rivers of Blood’on a ceramic Coffee/Tea mug.
The ‘Rivers of Blood’ speech was made by British Member of Parliament Enoch Powell on 20 April 1968, to a meeting of the Conservative Political Centre in Birmingham, United Kingdom. His speech strongly criticised mass immigration, especially Commonwealth immigration to the United Kingdom and the proposed Race Relations Bill. It became known as the ‘Rivers of Blood’ speech, although Powell always referred to it as ‘the Birmingham speech’.
Our mugs are manufactured with a dishwasher safe premium coating. Bright white in colour and with a printed high gloss finish,
Dishwasher resistant up to 800 wash cycles at 45°C.
|Dimensions||12 × 8 × 10 cm|