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    Metalex has built an enviable reputation as one of the leading UK Aluminium 7075 Suppliers supplying Aluminium 7075 in Plate, Round Bar and Square Bar formats. Metalex are Aluminium 7075 supply specialists providing a range of Aluminium 7075 variety of shapes and forms.

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    Metalex has built an enviable reputation as one of the leading UK Aluminium 7075 Suppliers supplying Aluminium 7075 in Plate, Round Bar and Square Bar formats. Metalex are Aluminium 7075 supply specialists providing a range of Aluminium 7075 variety of shapes and forms.

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    Metalex has built an enviable reputation as one of the leading UK Aluminium 7075 Suppliers supplying Aluminium 7075 in Plate, Round Bar and Square Bar formats. Metalex are Aluminium 7075 supply specialists providing a range of Aluminium 7075 variety of shapes and forms.

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  5. In England & W ales , flats are usually sold under leasehold title because mortgage lenders require the flat to be under a maintenance agreement which is satisfied by a 99 year or 125 years lease. Most mortgage lenders will not offer mortgages on leases fallen below 70 years and seeking statutory 90 years lease extension at below 80 years incurs higher cost due to inclusion of 50% of the marriage value . https://www.lease-advice.org/advice-guide/lease-extension-valuation/
  6. Anne Diamond. I don't know who she is, but she's grammatically incorrect...
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    TESTED AND FULLY WORKING. Simply Missing a couple of screws and bolts which can no doubt be purchased cheap via Flymo spares. I now have a new mower and no longer need this one. Comes in original box which is meant to be for Flymo Easimo Lawnmower and Mini Trim Twin Pack. There is NO MINI TRIMMER WITH THIS. SOLD AS SEEN NO RETURNS OR REFUNDS. £30 CASH ONLY. NO DELIVERY. Collection only from S5 by Northern General Hospital.

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  8. Thankyou for putting the link on, very informative.
  9. We could have a scotch or a double Pretend that we’re in the same bubble I really would doubt That we’ll get found out And land in a whole world of trouble
  10. Bassguitar , There is a free guide and sample calculation of cost for statutory 90 years lease extension at 68 years and 50 years on the LEASE website . So statutory lease extension would add 90 years on the remiaining 63 years making 153 years lease at Nil ground rent. https://www.lease-advice.org/advice-guide/lease-extension-valuation/ The calculated cost for lease extension at 68 years is £10,700 for a property valued at £150K ( roughly 7.2%) . So for statutory lease extension at 63 years remaining , the cost may be another 5% coming to around 12%. You would need to check the current market value of nearby houses to decide whether or not to extend or sell.
  11. Starmer is using the exact same approach as Corbyn, of letting the Tories own everything that's happening as a result of their internal warfare and cack-handed governance. It's not doing opposition work, neither is it principled. It's completely political, and as cynically opportunistic as the other side is. He's very polished in a Blairite/Cameronesque way, that said. That works well for him in the current landscape of strident extremes. Neither the Tories nor Labour are likely to do well by anyone, if there is an economical crisis to rival 2008's. They're too ideologically wedded to the current flavour of nationalistic excesses, chasing that critical mass of working class vote.
  12. Westwood not far off is another good place to fish safe and secure well guarded for reasons known only to a few!
  13. Presumably though, even if that is true, the original argument i.e. still stands, because even if there is 'free money' available, it can either be spent on health, education, welfare [all currently grossly underfunded], or on 'spaffing it up the wall' on what taxman is referring to.
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  15. Something that people need to realise is that not a single penny of what the Government has spent has come from taxpayers. It's money that the Bank of England has created out of thin air to fund Government spending. Since the Government owns the BoE that is effectively owes money to itself and therefore it's not actually debt that needs to be paid off through taxation, ever. In normal times this might not be a sensible approach (although many argue differently) as it can lead to increased inflation rates but we're not in normal times, the UK rate of inflation is already close to 0% and the economists are actually more worried about inflation going negative, not growing. https://positivemoney.org/2020/04/major-breakthrough-on-public-money-creation-the-bank-of-england-will-directly-finance-government-coronavirus-spending/ Basically, any arguments being made that claim we can't afford this or that are political arguments, not monetary.
  16. Richardsons used to run a Manchester service a few years back, think it went to the airport.
  17. Not sure how many poppy sellers we will see this year but you can buy online from the British legion poppy shop. I have bought a larger one to put in my window https://www.britishlegion.org.uk/?seg=XPBPPC&gclid=EAIaIQobChMIpN7fh4jI7AIVxuR3Ch2TfgV1EAAYAiAAEgKBwfD_BwE&gclsrc=aw.ds Also Xmas cards too you can buy via charities' websites - https://www.crowdfunder.co.uk/leukaemia-care-charity-christmas-cards https://www.bluebellwood.org/pages/shop/department/southyorksscenes?dept=southyorksscenes&gclid=EAIaIQobChMIi5WU5ojI7AIVieh3Ch1w5wumEAAYBCAAEgJEwPD_BwE Hope no one minds me posting this but all charities are struggling.
  18. I'm looking for someone to fit a single UPVC window in a garden office (posh shed ) . The window aperture would need cutting out and then making good internally and externally. Can anyone recommend someone for this type of work?
  19. I've tracked back to 1954. Svc. 39 ran via Snake. During winter, it turned round at Snake Inn (i.e. not all the way to Manchester) and Tuesdays-only. Svc. 48 ran via Woodhead. It was later renumbered X48. Svc. 44 did not run to Manchester- only as far as Derwent- so you were correct. The third one that I incorrectly recalled was in fact a National Express service. I think that it might have been svc. 351 linking Sheffield-Manchester-Liverpool, but it's currently n/a due to The Virus.
  20. Same applied with still-born babies, they were simply taken away and buried in unmarked areas. There is one at Thurnscoe Cemetery which now has a memorial stone to mark the site thanks to the Dearne Memorial Group.
  21. We had a helicopter hanging around S10 at 4.30am. Woke me up. They wandered around the area for some time. Anyone else hear it?
  22. For information, this is the BBC article https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-somerset-34879100. Quite an interesting read - how weird that there wasn't any provision for this previously.
  23. Hi Jo, the Forum did not notify me of your repy and have only just seen your request. my email address is joan_baldwin@aol.com.au so if you are on email I can send the photo over the internet. The aol stands for Australia On Line, although we have been living in Sheffield for the past 10 years. Spent nearly 50 years in Australia and missing the sunshine (not the 40 degree heat) Joan
  24. That's the benefits of covid herd immunity
  25. No such thing as easy games in the Championship.
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