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  1. there are plenty of places throughout the U.K where so-called gipsies can live with running water etc But THEY DONT WANT TO PAY THE RENT some of them. https://www.local.gov.uk/plan-making-spaces-and-places-gypsies-and-travellers-how-planning-can-help
  2. Derby City Council has suspended brown bin collections until Tuesday, July 27, due to a number of collection teams having to self-isolate. https://www.derbytelegraph.co.uk/news/derby-news/live-updates-widespread-disruption-bin-5683799 There is widespread disruption to bin collections in Derbyshire this week as many workers are told to self-isolate. https://www.derbytelegraph.co.uk/news/derby-news/live-updates-widespread-disruption-bin-5683799 we are all in the same boat
  3. the old park hill flats had a police station on site, it made very little difference, I was a regular in the Zodiac (coffee Bar) in the fifties. Would I buy one of the flats, not on your nelly,
  4. I have just come across this one C & P https://abc11.com/amazon-fire-stick-scam-amazoncom-copycat-website/10889328/
  5. I was half expecting, back on topic or I will start issuing bans
  6. yet bungalows are more expensive than housers, and take up more room.
  7. in the not to distant future there will be more housers on the market when the interest rate go up, and they will, inflation is creeping up now.
  8. I wonder what benefit the hacker got from using your email to pay in his/her own money, not a very good hacker if you ask me.
  9. how did you know somebody in Bulgaria was using your email, did it come up with a Bulgarian address? I am asking because I have an account with them with I haven't used for a while.
  10. Can we expect Sheffield Wednesday to start making signings once the embargo has been lifted? C & P Well they certainly need the players - but with free transfers already believed to be permitted and most, if not all of their business this summer expected to be frees, the lifting of the embargo might not actually make any practical difference. Wednesday are far from alone in not having announced any summer signings yet and every club will be considering their finances very carefully after over a year of lost matchday and commercial revenues, to say nothing of incoming transfer fees. https://www.examinerlive.co.uk/sport/football/news/sheffield-wednesdays-transfer-embargo-what-20802877
  11. come on, we are not a big club anymore, just look at the teams in div 1 its ful of ex big teams they wont come just after us, C&P There are currently seven former Premier League clubs competing in League One, namely Sheffield Wednesday (1993–2000), Ipswich Town (1992–95 and 2000–02), Charlton Athletic (1998–99 and 2000–07), Bolton Wanderers (2001–12), Portsmouth (2003–10), Wigan Athletic (2005–13) and Sunderland (1996–97, 1999–2003, 2005–06 and 2007–17
  12. god almighty what next https://www.examinerlive.co.uk/sport/football/sheffield-wednesday-wages-points-deduction-20751880
  13. it will be on the high seas now in a container, but dont give up hope
  14. Dave Richards was the most sociable Chairman wednesday has ever had, he went round wembley talkin to all the fans, when wednesday played manchester, plus many many more instances of him being approachable. (thought i would mention it.)
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