Re: Interesting dilemma
Guido Fawkes makes the Daily Mail look like a bastion of journalistic integrity.
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Or as I was told as a youngster - "never mix the grape with the grain"
So you can have beer and whisky in an evening, or wine and brandy, or even cider and wine as apples are more grape-like than grain-like.
But you can't have beer and brandy, beer and wine, wine and whisky, or beer and cider.
This at least explains why snakebite is so lethal.
It you're travelling during the rush hour, then it's possible that local cells near to the railway lines are being overwhelmed when a train with 1,000+ commuters trying to change their Fantasy Football team goes past.
I say this because coverage on my own route into London (from the Hampshire/Surrey border) is awful during peak times but pretty decent at other times.
They don't even pay that.
The mansion will most likely be owned by an off-shore company which is in turn owned by the individual.
When they want to sell the house they will sell the company, which will not be liable for stamp duty because it's registered in a tax haven.
A quick browse of Bauer's LinkedIn profile (yes, I took one for the team), reveals her first healthcare-based job was November 2016 (and that was as a patient governor).
Before that she'd had a range of short-lived jobs, mainly in marketing.
How do these people always end up with the plum jobs?
Oh, she went to Marlborough College (that's one of the top private schools in the country that will admit girls).
So basically, she's another Dido Harding.
Back in the 90s the water companies were still either publicly-owned, or newly-privatised.
I would not be surprised if at some point in the last twenty years a bean counter has worked out that shareholder value can be increased by decreasing the frequency of routine inspections.
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