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gotta go

although i might be back  soon lol

gonna say bye cos we're off

selling up & moving

im deleting my account

and

i wish all of you the best

you helped me out when i lost my old Ma

and

when i lost my greyhounds

cheers for your support when i needed it

i think youre a great bunch of lovely caring people

bye

 

Should parents with children and prams be legally bound to vacate the space given to wheelchair users on a bus?

 

"The law requires bus companies to make reasonable adjustments for wheelchair users. But is it reasonable to give people in wheelchairs priority over people pushing buggies?"

 

"The supreme court is to reconsider the case of a disabled man refused room on a bus set aside by law for wheelchair users."

 

This was considered in 2015 - don't know the outcome - will keep looking to see what the decision was ... BUT what do you think??

 

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/entertainment-arts-37451043

 

Monty Python star Terry Jones has been diagnosed with a severe variant of dementia.

 

The 74-year-old is suffering from primary progressive aphasia, which affects his ability to communicate.

 

As a result, Jones "is no longer able to give interviews", his spokesman said.

 

The news was confirmed as Bafta Cymru announced the Welsh-born comedian is to be honoured with an outstanding contribution award.

 

The National Aphasia Association describes primary progressive aphasia as a neurological syndrome in which language capabilities become slowly and progressively impaired.

 

Really, really sad. 

CJ de Mooi, a former panellist on the BBC quiz show Eggheads, has been arrested on a European arrest warrant under his real name Joseph Connagh for an alleged killing, Scotland Yard said.

 

The 46-year-old from Monmouthshire was arrested at Heathrow Airport on Wednesday, according to Metropolitan Police.

 

The warrant issued in the Netherlands relates to an allegation of murder.

 

Mr Connagh will appear at Westminster Magistrates' Court on Thursday.

 

He revealed in his autobiography that he may have killed a man while he lived on the streets two decades ago.

 

He said he punched a man who approached him with a knife and then threw him into a canal in Amsterdam in 1988.

 

He wrote in his autobiography: "He caught me on the wrong day and I just snapped."

 

He added: "I fully suspect I killed him. I've no idea what happened to him."

 

Mr Connagh, originally from Barnsley, South Yorkshire, became a panellist on the BBC Two show, which features five quiz champions competing as a team against different challengers, in 2003 after winning a series of game shows.

 

He adopted the name de Mooi when modelling.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-wales-37437498

 

Just watching a programme about some of the times it all went wrong.

 

They must have found some horror stories because it would put me off doing it (not that I would do it at all anyway).

 

Hiring a home to have a massive party, with sex and vomit etc left behind.

 

Using hired homes as brothels !!!

 

 

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