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If anybody is in a position to attempt moving, then it may be worth knowing that the M6 seems to be closed, possibly both ways, near Yarnfield.
Give people a self-regulated, legally enforceable closed shop and this sort of thing is always a risk.
My mother needed a form signing by her GP...
A sharp light today.
The sign was lit on Saturday, when there appeared to be no supplies available for sale.
If Sandon Road Shell is reported as having any fuel, do be aware that the approach from the town side is currently flooded, as usual.
Tupolev converted a Tu 154 to run on hydrogen in 1988, and later on natural gas.
Only the additional vent at the top of the tail and a few...
I did peruse the Dog House last night, during the intermission in the Melvin Hancox Band performance at the Bear - the band being obliged to cease...
Happy Birthday, @Alee
Absolutely, a Croatian EU passport is blue.
There are open mike nights around - e.g. Slater's on a Tuesday, I believe, but there won't be dietary requirements there.
If only those in power had had five years to plan the necessary changes.
A bloke I knew told me that he used to varnish the insides of Tallboy casings at English Electric.
Mention elsewhere of Fokker fighters during the WW2 period prompted me to look this video out.
It is possible that a Soviet Spitfire was...
... a bloke on Radio 3 say "most of the music on my recent CD is Scheidt"
There were Fokkers about for Round 2, but, being Dutch, it meant there was a greatly reduced likelihood of them being used against Spitfires.
Referred to elsewhere as Mundane - http://www.staffordforum.com/xf/index.php?threads/mundane-facts-about-your-day.11163/page-1514#post-441995
Always use a reporter with an appropriate name, if available.
There will have been very few entanglements of Spitfires and Fokkers - Focke-Wulf issues, on the other hand, were a bit more common.
It's OK, it was one of ours.
Angela Merkel has a day off.