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Fenny
2017-09-17 20:18:29 UTC
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If Lexi stays in Ambridge and gets a job at Grey Gables, are we going
to get a topical story on the rights of EU workers and the uncertainty
of the people who have been here for more than 5 years and those who
have arrived since the referendum?
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2017-09-17 20:31:08 UTC
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If Lexi stays in Ambridge and gets a job at Grey Gables, are we going
to get a topical story on the rights of EU workers and the uncertainty
of the people who have been here for more than 5 years and those who
have arrived since the referendum?
Probably. But this as nothing to what POV was presenting in regard to
Enders this afternoon. Sounds like SOC has upped the anti. Probably
encouraged by his success in TA. I so wish I could be deluded about my
talents; even half as much.
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Fenny
2017-09-17 23:33:30 UTC
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If Lexi stays in Ambridge and gets a job at Grey Gables, are we going
to get a topical story on the rights of EU workers and the uncertainty
of the people who have been here for more than 5 years and those who
have arrived since the referendum?
Probably. But this as nothing to what POV was presenting in regard to
Enders this afternoon. Sounds like SOC has upped the anti. Probably
encouraged by his success in TA. I so wish I could be deluded about my
talents; even half as much.
Fortunately, I am legally obliged to ignore anything to do with
Stenders. Or any other telly offerings the BBC provides.
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Btms
2017-09-18 07:29:19 UTC
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If Lexi stays in Ambridge and gets a job at Grey Gables, are we going
to get a topical story on the rights of EU workers and the uncertainty
of the people who have been here for more than 5 years and those who
have arrived since the referendum?
Probably. But this as nothing to what POV was presenting in regard to
Enders this afternoon. Sounds like SOC has upped the anti. Probably
encouraged by his success in TA. I so wish I could be deluded about my
talents; even half as much.
Fortunately, I am legally obliged to ignore anything to do with
Stenders. Or any other telly offerings the BBC provides.
Well, fyi, the gist on pov was that the storylines had risen to a
ridiculous level of disasters of various sorts arriving in a deluge. They
listed them but I don't watch EE so can't recall the sort of events
complained about. Smacked of the hand of soc to me.
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LFS
2017-09-20 12:49:12 UTC
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If Lexi stays in Ambridge and gets a job at Grey Gables, are we going
to get a topical story on the rights of EU workers and the uncertainty
of the people who have been here for more than 5 years and those who
have arrived since the referendum?
Probably. But this as nothing to what POV was presenting in regard to
Enders this afternoon. Sounds like SOC has upped the anti. Probably
encouraged by his success in TA. I so wish I could be deluded about my
talents; even half as much.
Fortunately, I am legally obliged to ignore anything to do with
Stenders. Or any other telly offerings the BBC provides.
Well, fyi, the gist on pov was that the storylines had risen to a
ridiculous level of disasters of various sorts arriving in a deluge. They
listed them but I don't watch EE so can't recall the sort of events
complained about. Smacked of the hand of soc to me.
We were in the US so missed the episodes but I gather they featured a
gas explosion, arson and a shooting. In consequence there seem to be
many scenes in the local hospital and this is being followed up with a
plotline on Brugada syndrome. SOC left EE in June so hopefully this is
just the last of his reign and things will settle down a bit.

Corrie is doing brain tumours which is a bit too close to home for me.
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krw
2017-09-20 13:44:45 UTC
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Corrie is doing brain tumours which is a bit too close to home for me.
Yes but because it is Rita and a brain tumour killed one of her husbands
we know she will be OK. Far more run with the double wedding (which I
have not yet seen).
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J. P. Gilliver (John)
2017-09-18 13:30:43 UTC
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Fortunately, I am legally obliged to ignore anything to do with
Stenders. Or any other telly offerings the BBC provides.
Couldn't agree more re 'stenders, but anything? Even Attenborough?
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Serena Blanchflower
2017-09-18 13:43:43 UTC
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Fortunately, I am legally obliged to ignore anything to do with
Stenders.  Or any other telly offerings the BBC provides.
Couldn't agree more re 'stenders, but anything? Even Attenborough?
The reference to the legal obligation is a clue. I believe that Fenny
chooses not to have a TV licence and, as a result, isn't allowed to
watch any BBC TV, even through iPlayer.
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2017-09-18 13:57:55 UTC
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Fortunately, I am legally obliged to ignore anything to do with
Stenders. Or any other telly offerings the BBC provides.
Couldn't agree more re 'stenders, but anything? Even Attenborough?
The reference to the legal obligation is a clue. I believe that Fenny
chooses not to have a TV licence and, as a result, isn't allowed to
watch any BBC TV, even through iPlayer.
I chose not to have a telly, and not having a licence is a mere
epiphenomenon.
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J. P. Gilliver (John)
2017-09-18 15:58:59 UTC
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Fortunately, I am legally obliged to ignore anything to do with
Stenders.  Or any other telly offerings the BBC provides.
Couldn't agree more re 'stenders, but anything? Even Attenborough?
The reference to the legal obligation is a clue. I believe that Fenny
chooses not to have a TV licence and, as a result, isn't allowed to
watch any BBC TV, even through iPlayer.
I thought that was hyperbole on Fenny's part. If that is really the
reason, then - unfair as it may seem - it's not just the BBC's offerings
you're obliged to avoid if you don't have a licence; ITV ones too.
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Serena Blanchflower
2017-09-18 20:01:16 UTC
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I thought that was hyperbole on Fenny's part. If that is really the
reason, then - unfair as it may seem - it's not just the BBC's offerings
you're obliged to avoid if you don't have a licence; ITV ones too.
Not entirely. You need a licence to watch any broadcast programmes on a
TV but, if you're only watching via the computer, you only need a
licence for BBC stuff.
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Fenny
2017-10-02 20:33:09 UTC
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Post by J. P. Gilliver (John)
I thought that was hyperbole on Fenny's part. If that is really the
reason, then - unfair as it may seem - it's not just the BBC's offerings
you're obliged to avoid if you don't have a licence; ITV ones too.
Not hyperbole.
Post by Serena Blanchflower
Not entirely. You need a licence to watch any broadcast programmes on a
TV but, if you're only watching via the computer, you only need a
licence for BBC stuff.
The BBC have closed the "loophole" of people being able to watch on
catch up via iplayer. However, this doesn't apply to the catch up
services on other channels.

But I don't watch UK terrestrial television at all. What I do watch
is online subscription streaming services - currently repeats of SG-1
and just started the excellent Tin Star. Last night I watched The
Terminator, but was most hacked off that Terminator 2 is not available
yet Terminator 3 and 5 are.
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krw
2017-09-18 08:48:42 UTC
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If Lexi stays in Ambridge and gets a job at Grey Gables, are we going
to get a topical story on the rights of EU workers and the uncertainty
of the people who have been here for more than 5 years and those who
have arrived since the referendum?
Probably. But this as nothing to what POV was presenting in regard to
Enders this afternoon. Sounds like SOC has upped the anti. Probably
encouraged by his success in TA. I so wish I could be deluded about my
talents; even half as much.
Enders which I do not watch has just about reached the conclusion of the
storylines put in place by SoC before his departure / encouragement to
find pastures new.

So it might improve.
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Mike
2017-09-18 08:55:53 UTC
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If Lexi stays in Ambridge and gets a job at Grey Gables, are we going
to get a topical story on the rights of EU workers and the uncertainty
of the people who have been here for more than 5 years and those who
have arrived since the referendum?
Probably. But this as nothing to what POV was presenting in regard to
Enders this afternoon. Sounds like SOC has upped the anti. Probably
encouraged by his success in TA. I so wish I could be deluded about my
talents; even half as much.
Enders which I do not watch has just about reached the conclusion of the
storylines put in place by SoC before his departure / encouragement to
find pastures new.
So it might improve.
Where might he wreak a trail of destruction next I wonder?
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krw
2017-09-18 09:21:27 UTC
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If Lexi stays in Ambridge and gets a job at Grey Gables, are we going
to get a topical story on the rights of EU workers and the uncertainty
of the people who have been here for more than 5 years and those who
have arrived since the referendum?
Probably. But this as nothing to what POV was presenting in regard to
Enders this afternoon. Sounds like SOC has upped the anti. Probably
encouraged by his success in TA. I so wish I could be deluded about my
talents; even half as much.
Enders which I do not watch has just about reached the conclusion of the
storylines put in place by SoC before his departure / encouragement to
find pastures new.
So it might improve.
Where might he wreak a trail of destruction next I wonder?
So long as they keep him away from t'Street I could not care less. The
last Street producer (editor equivalent) Stuart Blackburn is now writing
scripts for Emmerdale!
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Nick Odell
2017-09-18 22:54:26 UTC
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If Lexi stays in Ambridge and gets a job at Grey Gables, are we going
to get a topical story on the rights of EU workers and the uncertainty
of the people who have been here for more than 5 years and those who
have arrived since the referendum?
Probably. But this as nothing to what POV was presenting in regard to
Enders this afternoon. Sounds like SOC has upped the anti. Probably
encouraged by his success in TA. I so wish I could be deluded about my
talents; even half as much.
Enders which I do not watch has just about reached the conclusion of the
storylines put in place by SoC before his departure / encouragement to
find pastures new.
So it might improve.
Where might he wreak a trail of destruction next I wonder?
Countryfile?

Farming Today?

Nick
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2017-09-19 07:29:16 UTC
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re the SOC
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Where might he wreak a trail of destruction next I wonder?
Countryfile?
Farming Today?
Nick
He might try W1A?
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krw
2017-09-19 08:49:46 UTC
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re the SOC
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Where might he wreak a trail of destruction next I wonder?
Countryfile?
Farming Today?
Nick
He might try W1A?
Should fit right in. So that's all good.
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2017-09-19 11:02:47 UTC
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Should fit right in. So that's all good.
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Vicky
2017-09-19 12:28:56 UTC
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Should fit right in. So that's all good.
?
A BBC series, M'lud. Highly recommended.
https://www.theguardian.com/tv-and-radio/2017/sep/19/w1a-review-bbc-send-up
Gives an idea. And one of the sayings of Fletcher (Hugh Bonneville) is
"That's all good then". A new series is about to begin but go back
for the old ones too as they are good.
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2017-09-19 17:52:18 UTC
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He might try W1A?
Should fit right in. So that's all good.
?
A BBC series, M'lud. Highly recommended.
https://www.theguardian.com/tv-and-radio/2017/sep/19/w1a-review-bbc-send-up
Gives an idea. And one of the sayings of Fletcher (Hugh Bonneville) is
"That's all good then". A new series is about to begin but go back
for the old ones too as they are good.
Vicky, what now appears as a question mark was a smiley in the original
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Jim Easterbrook
2017-09-19 12:32:20 UTC
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Where might he wreak a trail of destruction next I wonder?
Countryfile?
Farming Today?
Nick
He might try W1A?
Should fit right in. So that's all good.
No, I don't want that.
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On 19/09/2017 08:29, Btms wrote; my response is lower down:
Nick Odell <***@themusicworkshop.plus.com> wrote:
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re the SOC

Where might he wreak a trail of destruction next I wonder?

Countryfile?
Farming Today?
Nick
He might try W1A?
Should fit right in. So that's all good.
No, I don't want that.

Whoosh
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re the SOC
Where might he wreak a trail of destruction next I wonder?
Countryfile?
Farming Today?
Nick
He might try W1A?
Should fit right in. So that's all good.
No, I don't want that.
Whoosh
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re the SOC
Where might he wreak a trail of destruction next I wonder?
Countryfile?
Farming Today?
Nick
He might try W1A?
Should fit right in. So that's all good.
No, I don't want that.
Whoosh
Another 'catchphrase' from the programme - well worth a look.
I should listen more carefully it seems. But nobody watches TV now.
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re the SOC
Where might he wreak a trail of destruction next I wonder?
Countryfile?
Farming Today?
Nick He might try W1A?
Should fit right in. So that's all good.
No, I don't want that.
Whoosh
Another 'catchphrase' from the programme - well worth a look.
I should listen more carefully it seems. But nobody watches TV now.
Erm, I do.
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re the SOC
Where might he wreak a trail of destruction next I wonder?
Countryfile?
Farming Today?
Nick He might try W1A?
Should fit right in. So that's all good.
No, I don't want that.
Whoosh
Another 'catchphrase' from the programme - well worth a look.
I should listen more carefully it seems. But nobody watches TV now.
Erm, I do.
Sorry Steve; it is a quote from last week's show. I guess you don't watch
It.
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re the SOC
Where might he wreak a trail of destruction next I wonder?
Countryfile?
Farming Today?
Nick He might try W1A?
Should fit right in. So that's all good.
No, I don't want that.
Whoosh
Another 'catchphrase' from the programme - well worth a look.
I should listen more carefully it seems. But nobody watches TV now.
Erm, I do.
Sorry Steve; it is a quote from last week's show. I guess you don't watch
It.
Here's the thing with this...

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Snipped.
re the SOC
Where might he wreak a trail of destruction next I wonder?
Countryfile?
Farming Today?
Nick
He might try W1A?
Should fit right in. So that's all good.
No, I don't want that.
Whoosh
Another 'catchphrase' from the programme - well worth a look.
I'm not being funny or anything...

Chris
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Snipped.
re the SOC
Where might he wreak a trail of destruction next I wonder?
Countryfile?
Farming Today?
Nick
He might try W1A?
Should fit right in. So that's all good.
No, I don't want that.
Whoosh
Another 'catchphrase' from the programme - well worth a look.
I'm not being funny or anything...
OK. Cool.
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Snipped.
re the SOC
Where might he wreak a trail of destruction next I wonder?
Countryfile?
Farming Today?
Nick
He might try W1A?
Should fit right in. So that's all good.
No, I don't want that.
Whoosh
Another 'catchphrase' from the programme - well worth a look.
I'm not being funny or anything...
OK. Cool.
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2017-09-20 08:48:33 UTC
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Another 'catchphrase' from the programme - well worth a look.
I'm not being funny or anything...
OK. Cool.
<g>
Great. Super.

(I haven't watched any of W1A - from all the accounts of how good it is,
I suspect I might find it painful!)
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Another 'catchphrase' from the programme - well worth a look.
I'm not being funny or anything...
OK. Cool.
<g>
Great. Super.
(I haven't watched any of W1A - from all the accounts of how good it is,
I suspect I might find it painful!)
It is a bit and not in such a gentle way as Reggie Perrin.
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Another 'catchphrase' from the programme - well worth a look.
I'm not being funny or anything...
OK. Cool.
<g>
Great. Super.
(I haven't watched any of W1A - from all the accounts of how good it is,
I suspect I might find it painful!)
It is a bit and not in such a gentle way as Reggie Perrin.
A BBC employee tweeted a couple of days ago that it really is like that.
It's also very much like universities these days although the job titles
there are not quite as funny.
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Should fit right in. So that's all good.
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Another 'catchphrase' from the programme - well worth a look.
I'm not being funny or anything...
OK. Cool.
<g>
Great. Super.
(I haven't watched any of W1A - from all the accounts of how good it is,
I suspect I might find it painful!)
It is a bit and not in such a gentle way as Reggie Perrin.
A BBC employee tweeted a couple of days ago that it really is like that.
It's also very much like universities these days although the job titles
there are not quite as funny.
I particularly liked the Depts that had been unrealised.
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Should fit right in. So that's all good.
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Another 'catchphrase' from the programme - well worth a look.
I'm not being funny or anything...
OK. Cool.
<g>
Great. Super.
(I haven't watched any of W1A - from all the accounts of how good it is,
I suspect I might find it painful!)
It is a bit and not in such a gentle way as Reggie Perrin.
A BBC employee tweeted a couple of days ago that it really is like that.
It's also very much like universities these days although the job titles
there are not quite as funny.
I particularly liked the Depts that had been unrealised.
Anyone else see the parody presented as a lib dem party political tonight
(Weds).
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Mike
2017-09-20 12:42:23 UTC
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scrawled in the dust...
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He might try W1A?
Should fit right in. So that's all good.
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Another 'catchphrase' from the programme - well worth a look.
I'm not being funny or anything...
OK. Cool.
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Great. Super.
(I haven't watched any of W1A - from all the accounts of how good it is,
I suspect I might find it painful!)
No pain, no gain... I haven't watched either but I'm sure that that has
also been flogged....err... said.
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2017-09-20 13:20:02 UTC
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On Tue, 19 Sep 2017 15:01:57 -0000 (UTC), Btms
scrawled in the dust...
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He might try W1A?
Should fit right in. So that's all good.
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Another 'catchphrase' from the programme - well worth a look.
I'm not being funny or anything...
OK. Cool.
<g>
Great. Super.
(I haven't watched any of W1A - from all the accounts of how good it is,
I suspect I might find it painful!)
No pain, no gain... I haven't watched either but I'm sure that that has
also been flogged....err... said.
No pain, no pain is my motto.
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2017-09-20 13:27:59 UTC
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On Tue, 19 Sep 2017 15:01:57 -0000 (UTC), Btms
scrawled in the dust...
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He might try W1A?
Should fit right in. So that's all good.
[]
Post by BrritSki
Post by Chris J Dixon
Post by Penny
Another 'catchphrase' from the programme - well worth a look.
I'm not being funny or anything...
OK. Cool.
<g>
Great. Super.
(I haven't watched any of W1A - from all the accounts of how good it is,
I suspect I might find it painful!)
No pain, no gain... I haven't watched either but I'm sure that that has
also been flogged....err... said.
No pain, no pain is my motto.
:)
Chris McMillan
2017-09-18 14:52:41 UTC
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If Lexi stays in Ambridge and gets a job at Grey Gables, are we going
to get a topical story on the rights of EU workers and the uncertainty
of the people who have been here for more than 5 years and those who
have arrived since the referendum?
Or at least a conversation with Woy on the subject ....... OP it, Fenny,
you know it makes sense.

Sincerely Chris
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