Just read my council bill for 2018, nearly choked on my cuppa,£188 per year from every household in Devon and Cornwall for the police and Crime commissioner, !!!! Police numbers down crime up and we are paying this clown that amount of money,......another unwanted and useless office fostered on the population by the Tories....never mind the outrage about anne marie morris slip of the ...
Just been told by one of the workman that they were hoping to lay a layer of tarmac at the weekend but been told by health and safety their not aloud because of the weather On an up side there will be no traffic lights and both sides of the road will be open.
The old saying 'if my aunt had testicles she would be my uncle'. I have edited the wording not to offend the pc brigade. If people did a lot of things differently it might be a better place to live, but sadly that does not seem to be the case.
I find some drivers are too impatient. When there is a queue of traffic, drivers tend to get too close to the vehicle in front of them and can only therefore see the rear of the vehicle in front of them. If they were to hang back a little they could observe more of what is going on up ahead. If drivers were to pay attention, they would know that the traffic is slowing down or even stopping. As for ...
I appreciate the idea and reason behind switching off your engine when stationery, but if I did that with my old car it would break within a short space of time. So you are in a Q which keeps on stopping and starting e.g. towards Morrisons from Newton Abbot. Sometimes the Q is a mile long and you would have to switch your engine on/off approx 20-30 times depending how the traffic was behaving. ...
Could have made an effort to show some pics of the ACTUAL damage. Yes Morty, I do have some.
Lycra, middle to old age from my experience of these white van driver's on their day off.
A £14m reconstruction project at Dawlish Warren was only completed in October last year. It aims to protect the vulnerable main railway line and thousands of homes, and was carried out over the summer by the EA. Read more... https://www.devonlive.com/news/devon-news/storms-ripped-tons-sand-dawlish-1348557
Haha! I’m not wound up by little attention-seeking men like “Fred Bassett” lol. I just find it funny that the same old posters who moan about freedom of speech are the first to gather their troops to try to shut down those that they disagree with. All I ask for is evidence. All they provide is nonsense.
We have another weekend of severe weather on it's way these roadworks could go on and on.