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Eddie Hitler

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  1. Eddie Hitler

    Bristol City 20th highest in away attendances last season

    Division three grounds are usually smaller so quite often the majority of the travelling gas support of 40,000 find themselves unable to enter the ground so they do not appear in the stats.
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    Selling cheap

    One year left on his contrcat; we will take the best offer but aren't in a position to refuse them all and let him run his contract down and West Brom know that.
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    Oh dear Devon and Cornwall police....

    It's usually neck and neck between Cornwall and County Durham for the poorest county in England, I'm sure there will be wealthier parts of Eastern Europe. Much of inland Cornwall is dirt poor.
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    New kit

    There's a whole site devoted to this! https://www.footballkitnews.com/upcoming-kit-releases/ The earliest look to be end of June.
  5. Eddie Hitler

    Domestic troubles on the Cardiff forum

    Very good sir! In like Flint.
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    Domestic troubles on the Cardiff forum

    What was the last part of England to be converted to Christianity in the early medieval mission started by St Augustine? Clue: neither of those places you've just mentioned.
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    Oh dear Devon and Cornwall police....

    China, Africa, Japan, the Americas, Russia. It's a big world out there.
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    Oh dear Devon and Cornwall police....

    Yes. Though it was a story for a while until the investigation had completed.
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    Oh dear Devon and Cornwall police....

    The incident being referred to is this one from June last year in Porthleven and it is noted that he had fallen out with local fishermen: https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2017/06/12/rick-stein-restaurant-may-have-burned-purpose-firefighters-say/ The fire was claimed to have been deliberately started by a Cornish terrorist group on socisl media but when investigated was found to be accidental. I think I'd be royally sick of Rick Stein if I lived in Padstow but I don't so am not bothered by him.
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    Oh dear Devon and Cornwall police....

    I agree with that, but where it came from was your saying "British people just don't want to do the work" which as I said is incorrect. They (we) are happy to do the work but are not in a position where it makes sense to do the work. If however you come form a country with a poor benefits system and cheap houses (which is what Britain used to be) then doing that work materially improves your life. Do ten years seasonal work in Britain and you can buy your house in Moldova (say). I have no complaint about these migrant workers doing this as without the changes that you note British people will not be in a position to do these jobs any time soon.
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    Oh dear Devon and Cornwall police....

    This is a nonsense. For centuries "British people" were happy to work seasonally - fruit picking, hop picking - and to do manual work. Why they are less so now is not down to laziness or disinclination but to two main things: House prices - often women would do this seasonal work, now women have to go out to work year round as well in order to meet the mortgage or rent. A family buying a decent house in their twenties on one salary - forget it. Benefits sanctions and poor administration - you can find your benefits interrupted by six weeks for as little as a change of address; if an unemployed person takes a few weeks work fruit picking then they will probably find themselves out of pocket for doing so.
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    Oh dear Devon and Cornwall police....

    You can say the same about much of Devon and Dorset. Tourism is a rubbish industry - low wage seasonal jobs for locals in exchange for clogged roads and beaches - and the second homes and holiday lets that destory villages should be taxed to extinction. Walking through south coast villages on the Roseland or Kingsand in the winter you can see how the majority of houses are are shut up and there are few cars parked. For the few families left living there facilities are zero and the village school will have been closed decades ago. Without diverting it into an EU debate I really question the value of that objective one funding - rubbish like the wave hub (electricity generated in ten years through that hub - nil) and big construction projects that made millions for construction companies and gave jobs to a lot of out of county workers but did nothing for local wages or living standards. If it had instead been used to entice down some major employers similar to Sunderland's Nissan factory that would bring well paid long term employment opportunities for locals then it would have been money well spent. As it was a lot of consultants became very rich on that money and I can guarantee that none of them lived in Cornwall.
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    Lord Mark Lucan

    And just perhaps not and @Newquay-Red is correct.
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