The 100th anniversary of the Titanic's launch has been marked at a commemorative event in Belfast.
“Best reinvention of a de-commissioned dockyard" – I’m not sure if there is such a prize, but if there is, then I have no doubt of the winner. One good reason that Britain ruled the waves (mostly) from Elizabethan times to the Second World War was Chatham Dockyard, a place of tremendous energy and innovation. HMS Victory was just one of the ships that was launched here.
Discover what Portsmouth is really all about on a walk along the seafront
The long-term future of two British shipyards has been brought into question after a leaked memo reportedly showed plans which could see them close them within a decade.