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  1. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-merseyside-48756722
  2. The retrial is due to start on 7 October at Preston Crown Court.
  3. Good find RootsBooster https://ibb.co/VNrWLXT bit larger tx. I found it can make you feel a little nauseated if you happen to catch a breath of the stuff while spraying it.
  4. None of these are your average working class bloke. Poor try.
  5. We should all be banding together and calling for the license to be abolished, or at the very least drastically reduced. £50 per year would kick bbc salaries in to touch. The one reason why the working class (of which I'm part of) rarely win the establishment , is because they fight & argue amongst themselves. Divide and conquer almost every time. The significance of the poll tax victory was that the majority of the UK population were affected by it, and they created strength by sticking together. The government of the time backed down. Most of the UK population are probably affected by this out of date tax. It is a just and ideal oportinity to stand up and be counted. Car boot and Zach are right. The BBC should earn it's income like other broadcasters. Stand up for something or take everything laying down. How many of you are on these sort of wages? https://www.glassdoor.co.uk/Hourly-Pay/BBC-Hourly-Pay-E5847.htm
  6. Apart from striding across the landscape (stage) was she funny.
  7. There is a key point with the Jo Brand issue. We all know it is a joke. However some feel that it could increase the risk of acid attacks. Many acid attacks have been against Asian women.
  8. The met police are investigating Jo Brand. https://www.thejournal.ie/theresa-may-bbc-jo-brand-battery-joke-4681273-Jun2019/ In a statement, the BBC said it was “not intended to be taken seriously”. Were the comments made on Twitter by Danny Baker intended to be taken seriously? Wasn't the BBC their employer in both of these situations. Is this double standards?
  9. Only happens occasionally. S5 (SM-G900F) Phone is up to date Version 6.0.1
  10. Also, I find that I am able to remain logged in to SF on the Android phone the next day after phone has been off over night. The PC logs me out though. What device are you viewing SF with Patricia? I know that there is a setting on some devices to "delete cookies when switching off" which would log you out, as Zach explains.
  11. Can a definition of what free speach is actually be given? It has been established that certain speach has consequences. Can a person be free to do or say something if there are consequences? I suppose the word free only refers to whether something is legal or not.
  12. Currently I would have to say Rudbeckia. Reasons being & in this order: 1. They have large bright flower heads. 2. They grow 2 1/2 to 3ft tall. 3. They flower for at least 4 months of the year-from around July to October and sometimes in to November. 4. It is easy to harvest the seeds from the heads to sow the following year. 5. They are quite easy to grow. I've grown these every year for at least 4 years. Several varieties are available. https://www.google.com/search?q=Rudbeckia&client=ms-android-samsung&prmd=isvn&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwiKg4PhsOLiAhUmTBUIHeg7C94Q_AUoAXoECA4QAQ&biw=360&bih=560&dpr=3
  13. Apparently, scientists are guessing this shrapnel is the result of a massive impact with an asteroid a few billion years ago. They say it covers roughly 20,000 square miles, making it larger than Denmark (17,000 square miles). How large an impact would be required to knock the moon off it's axis? https://www.thesun.co.uk/tech/9267203/moon-metal-structure-underground-aliens/
  14. I would not be surprised at all if someone starts a crowd funding to raise some capital for a judicial review Making the BBC stand alone and fund it's operation from subscriptions is well over due. Also, with all that income over £5billion as described by Baron99 , and still relied on the gov to pay for pensioners TV licences.
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