On Wednesday we had a glorious sunny blue sky day, which was the ideal opportunity for a quick trip down Portsmouth, so that my grandson could get some pictures of the Spinnaker Tower at Gunwharf Quays. I of course took a camera but only my little Canon A570. The view is stupendous, unfortunately from a… Continue reading Tall Tales
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By Ken Hegan for MSN Travel You can always count on Ryanair for controversy. Ryanair’s outspoken cost-cutting CEO, Michael O’Leary, once vowed that his airline would charge for toilets. Ten years ago, the airline famously refused to offer wheelchairs to disabled passengers. This year they introduced seats that don’t recline.…
Certainly makes you think. Trouble is I think it is nearer to the truth than we know.
Hague says, ‘The decision not to give permission for the Ushakov medal to be accepted was made in accordance with the current British rules on the acceptance of foreign awards and only after very careful consideration of all the information provided by the Russian Embassy. ‘However, it was found that this information did not show… Continue reading Hague snubs Arctic Convoy Russian medal – Singing The Party Song