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Will 2013 be the year when it became easier to get your broadband fixed than … – ComputerWeekly.com (blog)

Will 2013 be the year when it became easier to get your broadband fixed than
ComputerWeekly.com (blog)
But I live in London and am supposedly spolit for choice – until I check which is actually operational for my post code. Broadband is part of the critical national infrastructure on which businesses large and small and individuals, young and old

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Level crossing to shut for a night – Boston Standard


Boston Standard
Level crossing to shut for a night
Boston Standard
The road shuts from 10pm on Thursday (January 3) until 6am the following morning to allow Network Rail to attend to the crossing between the Liquorpond Street and London Road roundabouts. Email to a Search for: (Plumber, Taxi, McDonalds…) Where?

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Polesden Lacey a sublime estate, whatever the weather – This is Surreytoday


This is Surreytoday
Polesden Lacey a sublime estate, whatever the weather
This is Surreytoday
Further distant views over central London are a short walk to the east. Or you can escape to the more tranquil Polesden Valley, with woodland walks. The whole estate is 5. Bookham plumber: 'Epsom Job Centre is paying me too much in… Thumbnail

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The 30 Sexiest Ads of 2012 – Adrants

The 30 Sexiest Ads of 2012
Adrants
And Liquid Plumber showed us just how it's done. Dropping just Touting the Cannes New Directors' Showcase, this Saatchi & Saatchi London-created video directed by Chris Palmer features an adult film maker who wishes he was making commercials.

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Rail travel from £10 to London – Yorkshire Evening Post

Rail travel from £10 to London
Yorkshire Evening Post
offer this new year. Thousands of discounted Advance fares available just for you, such as Leeds and Wakefield to London for £10 or York to Edinburgh for just £10.50 – all one-way Standard fares. Search for: (Plumber, Taxi, McDonalds…) Where

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Grantham Journal YouTube Video of the Week – Grantham Journal


Grantham Journal
Grantham Journal YouTube Video of the Week
Grantham Journal
This is a fascinating piece of film taken in August 1939 of a journey from London to Grantham on the old Great North Road, now the A1. The amateur home movie was filmed in Search for: (Plumber, Taxi, McDonalds…) Where? (town, county etc

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Out with the old and in with the new, hopefully – Comment – Voices – The … – The Independent


The Independent
Out with the old and in with the new, hopefully – Comment – Voices – The
The Independent
In London, cold and jostled with my then boyfriend, a penniless Australian. In Edinburgh, cold and jostled and I can now plumb in a washing machine, fix a tap, sort out the heating, all courtesy of the local plumber. When he came out to fix my

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Stages offered edgy, artsy and fun plays and musicals: Theater year in review … – Plain Dealer


Plain Dealer
Stages offered edgy, artsy and fun plays and musicals: Theater year in review
Plain Dealer
"The Mousetrap": Those who flocked to the Hanna Theatre in March expecting to see a rehash of the London version of play — now in its 60th year — were sorely disappointed. The Great Lakes Theater take on the Thanks to staged carnage that would

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Gabby Logan: Seeing her father drag himself out of depression is what really … – Daily Mail


Daily Mail
Gabby Logan: Seeing her father drag himself out of depression is what really
Daily Mail
Stuff like, 'Call the plumber', 'Fix bathroom lights', 'Feed the fish'. The fish, Mo and Becky, are named after Olympic medallists Mo Farah and Rebecca Adlington. Needless to say in a lifetime. It was a unique experience that we'll probably never

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BOOK REVIEW: ‘A Question of Identity’ – Washington Times


Washington Times
BOOK REVIEW: 'A Question of Identity'
Washington Times
He has a new life, he remarries and has two children and finds a respectable occupation as a plumber. Yet the monster is still there in his mind, waiting. He reflects, gruesomely, “Haven't forgotten a thing. What it was The evocation of evil in

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