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 on: Yesterday at 17:53:32 
Started by Sir Tigger QC - Last post by Sir Tigger QC
Indeed, but at least he was the Chancellor of standing (for Labour!)  at the time, so had some credibility. :D

I don't think I've ever heard Gordon Brown described as having credibility before!  :-\  ::)  ;D

 on: Yesterday at 17:53:31 
Started by STEMO - Last post by Doctor Gollum
My Gran lived about five miles from RAF Swanton Morley. The Tornados from RAF Marham would regularly 'bomb' it at speed on their way back from the ranges in the wash.

Likewise the F111s and F15s from Lakenheath... 8)

The only other time we used to hear a sonic boom over land was the 9pm Charles de Gaul to JFK Air France Concorde as it flew west over Guernsey at about 9:25 every evening. Flat out 8)

 on: Yesterday at 17:51:10 
Started by Sir Tigger QC - Last post by Sir Tigger QC

I don't remember ANY sort of contest when Gordon Brown became PM?  ???  He was just installed as our new PM and that was that for 3 years!  ::)

I don't think the lefties complained about the lack of democracy then....  :-X

A GE is the last thing we need right now IMO. The Tories will do better to sit tight and let Labour rip themselves apart over BREXIT as the clock ticks down to Halloween!  :y

No, but apparently it very much bothered Boris at the time. Amongst other things he called it a 'stitch-up' and a 'coup'. Clearly he's less bothered about it at the moment  ;)

Yes of course he said all that, he was in opposition.  What else was he supposed to say?  ???  Congratulations on your coronation Gordon!  ;D

At least Boris is going through a contest (of sorts) to get the job.  ;)

Mind you I wouldn't be at all surprised if Gordon Brown with his usual complete lack of sense, attacks Boris for becoming an unelected PM!  ;D

 on: Yesterday at 17:42:29 
Started by STEMO - Last post by ronnyd
Was walking in the Yorkshire Dales with Mum and Dad, must have been 25years ago and two Tornados  caught us totally unawares. Scared us shitless but the sound was awesome. There is always something magical about seeing (and hearing) a jet plane when it,s below you. Thanks for the link. :y

 on: Yesterday at 17:30:28 
Started by Nick W - Last post by Nick W
Handmade Wheeler tubular Omega V6 manifolds coming to an etsy shop near you  :y

I'm no expert but those manifolds look like things of beauty, very nice.

You do not want to know how much time there is in these(this, as we haven't started the passenger side one yet), or the cost of the materials and consumables. The only reason to build headers like this for a road car is because there is no alternative. We won't make the systems, but fit off the shelf V8 ones.

 on: Yesterday at 17:27:21 
Started by Sir Tigger QC - Last post by Migv6
*Theresa May was a completely discredited and useless Home Secretary, and then popped up from behind the sofa to somehow become PM without even so much as being elected by her own MP,s, never mind the party members or the general public.
Its her who has put the Tories in their current position in the polls, not Boris or anyone else.
Im no great fan of Boris, but unless his opposition is Raab, then I have little choice but to vote for him, cross my fingers, and hope its a case of "cometh the hour. cometh the man".
The quality of the candidates is really very poor, but that's to be expected I suppose with the Modern Tory (unconservative) party.  :(
One thing Im certain of is, if we dont leave the EU (and leave properly) at the end of October, the Brexit party will sweep up many millions of votes at any election after that, and maybe finish the Tory party off completely.

 on: Yesterday at 17:22:49 
Started by terry paget - Last post by ronnyd
My thanks to all for excellent advice. Today OE03, my 3.2 petrol manual ex-police saloon, struggled through its MOT with several advisory notes, mainly about rust, including, onimously, one about rust in the rear shock absorber turrets. I had noticed that too, and await the tell tale thumping in the boot when the turret gives way. Meanwhile, I shall enjoy its comfort and effortless power for another year. No need to buy a Vectra.
Yet. ;)

 on: Yesterday at 17:17:07 
Started by zirk - Last post by zirk
Last time I paid for Sky was back in the 80,s when you had to have a separate VideoCrypt Box hanging off the back of the Sat Reciever so you could plug a Smart Card into it. Actually, thinking about it I didnt pay for it as I had some dodgy PCB Card uged into it.

I get Prime Video and NowTV Entertainment thrown in for free as part of my Vodafone Contract, which I never really watch, TBH I dont know how Vodafone can do ig for Free as It only cost me 9 quid a month, and I get ulmtd, ulmtd and 20gb of Data throw in for that as Im guessing they have to pay Sky and Amazon something.

 on: Yesterday at 17:05:40 
Started by terry paget - Last post by Andy B
wiring over the boot hinge?
or the black/blue bridging wire in the back of the boot on what would be the supply to caravan/trailer wiring is where I'd be looking first.

 on: Yesterday at 17:05:09 
Started by terry paget - Last post by Enceladus
If it's a saloon also check the wiring loom that feeds the left of the boot lid. By the hinge. It breaks there and then you get funnies with lights.

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