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  1. Can someone explain where the facts have come from where "300 people die of pollution in the city centre every year". Unless I have missed the news over the last decade I am sure this would/should be headline news if it has been happening every year - and I have never heard this prior to a month ago??
  2. Did the mighty Sags get outplayed by a non league side......
  3. I am definitely in this boat. He has been superb for us
  4. I am not saying it isn't legislation etc, but if it is anything but football it is fine to stand, drink and dance etc. The worst thing for me about the situation of standing (especially in the back row when not in anyones view) is when you see whole packed ends at the likes of Leeds, Norwich, Liverpool etc etc etc. What gets done about them - absolutely sweet FA. Everything is so inconsistent it is ridiculous, and that comes down to the SAGs who do what they want to whoever they want - or do nothing at all in the same situation in another stadium.
  5. Closing ranks I expect, was it the good old WMP??
  6. Plus the other copper has been charged with ABH as well.
  7. As I have said before (maybe on this thread), it is fine to stand at Rugby and drink, it is even ok to go to a gig and get in the stands with poor or even no lighting and dance and go mental if you like - that is all fine and dandy. Yet stand in the back row at football and get threats of losing your season ticket. It surely is some sort of twisted pathetic joke isn't it, and there is not a single bit of consistency whatsoever. I just get the impression that all of these SAGs are "look at me, I'm in charge, and you will do whatever I say".
  8. Bizarre situation - if it was a case of him just being tasered and losing his life from that then it is just tragic, but to be charging a Policeman for murder then there surely has to be more to this.
  9. On the split ticketing website it says the following when you click the link for requesting a refund, unless I am completely missing something? Advanced tickets have non refundable printed on them I think as well (maybe wrong on that but swear I have seen that before, but I generally only use the trainline for booking if that makes a difference)? If you purchased your tickets through Split Ticketing, Railsaver or Raileasy, you may also request an amendment online. Detailed information on how to do that and the required online refund request for is available here and at https://raileasy-refunds.fastrailticketing.com/ Cheaper “ADVANCE” type tickets are NON refundable, but you may be eligible for a refund if the train you were due to travel on was cancelled or significantly delayed and you didn’t travel. Please note that there is a £10 administration charge per booking for processing a refund.
  10. Not if you buy the 'advanced' cheaper tickets you can't. Refunds on other tickets used to be a £10 per ticket charge as well.
  11. No. I am not saying they are ALL lunatics or not meaning to, just meaning to get the message across to the ones who are lunatics (of which there are many anyway imo). Probably bad wording on my part.
  12. That is a couple of excellent statements. Now all you need to do is get this message across to every politically correct lunatic in the World, who think they have the right to take offence to anything that doesn't have any impact on them, and then have the audacity to take the moral high ground and tell everyone else they have to change.
  13. Don't forget they were on par with Spurs wasn't it, for their improvements to the mem - there really must be a few of our lot gradually putting these snippets out there......
  14. But they don't want to be like us, so it's all good.
  15. Well done on Volvo, but surely the bottom line is if everybody could afford an electric/hybrid car they surely wouldn't have an issue with buying/driving one - but they just cannot afford one.
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