- Thu May 17, 2018 2:00 pm #543035
Prime slice of East Lancs gammon there. He's certainly a contender!
"There ain't nothing you fear more than a bad headline, is there? You'd rather live in shit than let the world see you work a shovel."
Soldier given ticket for parking on his own drive
Squaddies, or vets, should be exempt from all vehicle laws, get free public transport, be allowed into any event, venue or attraction without paying and they should be able to pop into any corner shop of their choice for a newspaper and/or a packet of fags while their wives are entitled to pick up a few bits of shopping, both without charge.
Eastbourne man furious after being ‘killed off’ by the council
https://www.eastbourneherald.co.uk/news ... -1-8616337Eastbourne Borough Council said the council tax and electoral records have been corrected. A spokesperson said, “We are sorry that an initial mistake was made regarding Mr Burgoyne’s records. We have now fully investigated the issue and a response has been sent to Mr Burgoyne.”
Cambridgeshire road branded one of county's bumpiest - despite FIVE WEEKS of improvement works
A motorist says the road linking Haddenham to Earith is so bumpy it gives people "near whiplash" on a daily basis - even after it was closed for five weeks for improvements.
Warehouse worker David Pilsworth, 24, from Willingham, says he travels on the A1123 Hill Row Causeway most days and it is "definitely one of the worst roads I've been on".
Despite a five-week closure for improvements to the route, David said he was shocked to find when it reopened on Wednesday (October 17) the condition of the road had barely changed.
He decided to contact Cambridgeshire County Council because he is concerned the uneven surface could cause a serious accident. https://www.cambridge-news.co.uk/news/c ... 3UhO_WqjT0
Gloucestershire Brexiteer tries to avoid conviction by arguing police are 'badly trained dummies'
He pleaded not guilty to obstructing police - despite admitting he obstructed police
Speaking to Gloucestershire Live after the trial, Timbrell said he does not consider himself a ‘freeman on the land’ – a term used by people who say they have ‘opted out’ of the law.
Asked how he would define himself, he said: “I am a person who is extremely knowledgeable about the law.”
Unprompted, he added: “I agree with the sentiments of UKIP and Brexit, but not the way the Government is going about it.”
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