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The survey also suggests what lots of people know already, that social media is now an integral part of teenagers' lives. Only one per cent of respondents said they never checked in online for social reasons. Dr Emma Short, a psychologist at the University of Bedfordshire, said the number of teenagers meeting up with people they first vor online is worrying.

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“It is impossible to determine,” wrote Linda Porter for BBC History . there was nothing in them that could possibly stand up in a real court. begging for friendship – right until the last minute, when Mary's spirit was broken. Six online gamers meet for the first time in person to support their terminally-ill friend - years after their friendships began. In this first episode our friends meet up in a café. See more. Sarah, Olivia, Harry and Johnny are all looking glum, but Fadi is here to solve their problems.

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They had been asphyxiated, apparently while trying to escape. Mary was imprisoned, but in she escaped Lochleven Castle and fled Scotland. She absconded to England, seeking the help of her cousin, Rexl I.

As neighbouring queens, Elizabeth I and Mary had already corresponded for many years. Elizabeth had also previously offered counsel to her cousin.

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Yet when Mary arrived in England in seeking help from her cousin, Elizabeth was in a perilous position. Speaking on the History Extra podcast the episode Tbe be available to download in the coming weeksKate Williams said: She had hope that Elizabeth would have sympathy with a fellow queen and put her back on her throne.

They wanted to have an English-friendly, Protestant government in place.

So Cecil has got everything he wants in James Stewart as the regent for the baby king. Mary was imprisoned while the inquiry progressed. Mary was desperate to escape house arrest.

It was loaded with idiotic forged letters; there was nothing in them that could possibly stand up in a real court. Elizabeth was very hard on her: It became clear that Elizabeth loo,ing never going to give Mary freedom; they were going to keep her there until she died. They wanted to kill Mary as fast as they could.

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fr She knows that the decision has been made and her cousin has decided to execute her. The film Mary Queen of Scots has been criticised by some for depicting a meeting between the two queens — including Dr Estelle Paranque, who told the BBC in July that the film could mislead viewers about their relationship.

Kate Williams explains why the decision might have been made:.

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And why did Mary push until the very end for such a meeting? Williams says: Professor Kate Williams is a historian and the author of Rival Queens: The Betrayal of Mary, Queen of Scots