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  1. The extra costs of a Royal Wedding
    Started by *concerned* 08/10/2018

    OK, so I understand there is an extended Police and Security Services requirement at these events, but how is the cost calculated? They are quoting £2 million for the latest event, so is that just an overtime payment, because my logic tells me that those extra services used are already in...

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    15/10/2018 08:31 PM
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  2. Peaky blinders churchtown
    Started by crocodile35 19/05/2018

    Is this place good or bad for this area of Churchtown?

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    15/10/2018 08:29 PM
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  3. Theresa the Appeaser.
    Started by Styx 15/10/2018

    That all-pervading stench of treachery has become even fouler. https://www.conservativewoman .co.uk/a-week-is-a-long-time-i n-treachery/ I'm about ready to cut up my Conservative Party membership card.

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    15/10/2018 08:26 PM
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  4. The A to Z Game
    Started by Home-Slice 18/01/2017

    Like the old animal, Vegetable, Mineral game each alternate poster, posts on topic beginning with the next letter in the Alphabet. Once we are at Z the next poster can choose a new subject. So here goes CARS A - Audi

    15/10/2018 08:26 PM
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  5. Laptop problem
    Started by oldschool1955 13/10/2018

    Can anyone recommend a laptop repair shop or individual who they have personally used ? The screen is flickering non stop

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    15/10/2018 08:20 PM
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  6. New Kids Home
    Started by Taxi Driver 15/10/2018

    I see that a company (The New Horizons Group) are wanting to turn 90 Churchgate into a home for problem kids aged 10-17. Surely there would be better places for this home instead of somewhere like Churchgate.

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    15/10/2018 08:17 PM
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  7. Word Association
    Started by clyde bank 27/05/2010

    I thought it might be fun to have a bit of a game. I fancied word association. I'll give a word and the next person adds a word they associate with the one I've given and each person adds another word they asociate with the last So my word is Book :)

    15/10/2018 08:16 PM
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  8. Oh Jaffa Cakes.
    Started by whiplash 15/10/2018

    50p in Tescos,not had them for years.This box is going down big time yum yum.:)

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    15/10/2018 08:15 PM
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  9. Plan to boost footfall in the town
    Started by bensherman 10/10/2018

    Many people complain that the cost and ease of parking inhibit people spending time in the town. But abandoning parking restrictions would lead to chaos and cause just as many, or more, problems. So some form of paid-for parking is necessary, which requires enforcement. How about...Sefton...

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    15/10/2018 07:03 PM
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  10. The three word game ..
    Started by SeloChovek 14/07/2010

    Not a new invention, but something which might amuse as a development of the hugely popular Word Association thread .. YOU MUST ONLY use THREE words including the fillers - eg: in, on, at, us, and, but etc. Let's see where the story goes ... but beware, if it gets too rude (and it might) the...

    15/10/2018 05:37 PM
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  11. Doctor Who.
    Started by whiplash 14/10/2018

    Missed the first one last week. Was it good?

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    15/10/2018 05:33 PM
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  12. Parking over leaves
    Started by gazaprop 11/10/2018

    Why oh why do people insist on stopping and parking over piles of leaves when they can clearly see the workmen trying to clear them away?

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    15/10/2018 04:48 PM
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  13. Used Stamps
    Started by pedoja 14/10/2018

    Does anyone know of anyone who collects used stamps.? These are British stamps (just your normal - run of the mill postage stamps). Any information greatfully received. :)

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    15/10/2018 09:46 AM
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  14. Antivirus protection.
    Started by pedoja 13/10/2018

    Hi I am just coming to the end of my present 'anti-virus' protection. As always the price has risen! Does anyone have any recommendations?

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    15/10/2018 09:37 AM
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  15. Vicarage Lane near Ormskirk parking problems
    Started by carcamera 13/10/2018

    Doing a delivery to a house on this road. I had to weave in and out of cars to get along the lane I'm out in the countryside wondering where the hell are these cars have come from it was not till after I did the delivery I realised there were all the students cars from Edge Hill University...

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    14/10/2018 08:49 PM
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  16. Bhs.
    Started by whiplash 02/10/2018

    All the lights were on this morning at 5.30. Word on the street House Of Fraser where looking around it.

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    14/10/2018 08:34 PM
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  17. PS4 Repairs
    Started by Alikado 14/10/2018

    Does anybody know where to get a PS4 repaired, I suspect the DVD dive is faulty.

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    14/10/2018 08:20 PM
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  18. Anti-virus advice.
    Started by pedoja 13/10/2018

    Hi can anyone give me some advice on anti-virus protection. Mine is about to run out and I am looking for some that doesn't cost a fortune and is secure. I am presently using one but would like to know others opinions before I renew.

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    13/10/2018 09:44 PM
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  19. That's some Rainbow
    Started by said 11/10/2018

    Who has the best photos? Fantastic double rainbow - now over Southport!

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    12/10/2018 10:25 PM
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  20. Looks like another empty prime site on Lord St is on the cards
    Started by *concerned* 11/10/2018

    Patisserie Valerie is in deep financial trouble, and may have to cease trading without an immediate cash injection.

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    12/10/2018 09:04 PM
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  21. If you think you are having a bad day
    Started by Styx 12/10/2018

    If you think you're having a bad day, spare a thought for this poor fellow. https://www.dailymail.co.uk/n ews/article-6261729/Man-bitten -genitals-dog-rushed-hospital- injuries.html#comments Eye-Watering :eek::eek::eek:

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    12/10/2018 05:08 PM
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  22. Paedophile Ainsdale businessman Robert Darby jailed for 25 months
    Started by Tristarpete 16/07/2017

    Full story of this Paedophile on Liverpool Echo website http://www.liverpoolecho.co.uk /news/liverpool-news/disgraced -businessman-who-molested-chil dren-13333000

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    12/10/2018 11:07 AM
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  23. What type of person is your ideal house guest
    Started by said 09/10/2018

    We often have guests come and stay for various periods of time the most thoughtful I have had stay, is a lady who refused to be waited on, preferred to see to herself, helped around the house and made herself scarce when people were getting ready for work. It was as if she was a part of the...

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    11/10/2018 07:33 PM
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  24. Australia to ban new migrants from Sydney and Melbourne.
    Started by Hamble 09/10/2018

    "The policy is designed to counter population growth in the two largest cities and alleviate pressure on schools, healthcare, public transport and housing." https://www.thetimes.co.uk/ed ition/world/australia-to-ban-m igrants-from-sydney-or-melbour ne-bvgl39k2g Would this work for London and...

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    11/10/2018 11:38 AM
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  25. Gay cake ruling
    Started by crocodile35 10/10/2018

    This has cost ,I believe,£350000 in legal fees to eventually find in the Cake shops favour. Had they been of any other faith but Christian would the court case have been necessary or would their views have been immediately respected?

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    11/10/2018 10:48 AM
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  26. How did you spend this beautiful Day?
    Started by Hamble 10/10/2018

    Southport looked great and so busy with people enjoying the good weather. Hesketh Park looked well kept and clean. Brought our cycles for the coast road. The path was not as bumpy as the road.:d

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    11/10/2018 10:36 AM
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  27. Short Changed
    Started by said 10/10/2018

    The Daily Mail has reported today that the HMRC has advised Patisserie Valerie to close all its outlets due to a rather large sum owed in unpaid taxes.

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    10/10/2018 08:29 PM
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  28. Sainsbury's builders working in old Comet store
    Started by snoopster 08/10/2018

    Does anyone know if they are opening in that unit now?

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    10/10/2018 08:01 PM
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  29. What has happened at the Leicester Hotel?
    Started by The_Report 08/10/2018

    About town today, lots of people talking about some kind of bother involving police and someone being drunk urinating in a taxi... surprised by this a it's such a lovely place. It was one of the best in town. Lots of choice for hotels in Southport these days

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    10/10/2018 07:30 PM
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  30. Lollipop Men
    Started by Taxi Driver 26/09/2018

    Why do they insist in stopping the traffic as soon as a kid walks upto them, surely it would be better to wait a few seconds to give the kid the feeling of having to wait. The number of times I've seen the lollipop man stop the traffic when there has only been ONE car approaching instead of...

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    09/10/2018 09:26 PM
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  31. Labour Party misses its own deadline.
    Started by Hamble 08/10/2018

    "Labour has asked the press regulator Ipso to reopen a complaint against national newspaper coverage of Jeremy Corbyn’s 2014 trip to Tunisia after the party missed a deadline to provide paperwork. The press regulation complaint, the first on behalf of a senior serving politician, was filed in...

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    09/10/2018 09:06 PM
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  32. A581 Rufford to Croston Open on 10th
    Started by The PNP 07/10/2018

    Whilst enjoying todays bike ride (virtually traffic-free) via Croston, took opportunity to speak with workers on-site at refurbished rail bridge.....They assured the road (A581) that's been closed for 3 months, will be re-opened on Wednesday afternoon 10th October. ;)

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    09/10/2018 05:55 PM
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  33. National Service for the yobs
    Started by The_Report 08/10/2018

    Pier cafe has been smashed in, plant pots thrown over, shop windows broken, not to mention the guns, the knives and the acid attacks. When is enough is enough? Put these little tossers on to some kind of national service for 2 years from the age of 18 to 20... everybody wins

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    09/10/2018 11:16 AM
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  34. Airbrush and compressor
    Started by Ceam 08/10/2018

    Anyone know of somewhere local I can purchase an airbrush and compressor. New hobby level so nothing mentally expensive.

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    09/10/2018 10:50 AM
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  35. settee cleaning service
    Started by pegleg 06/10/2018

    Hi Could anybody recommend a settee cleaning service in Southport please Thanks in advance. pegleg:)

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    08/10/2018 09:10 PM
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  36. More houses or less people?
    Started by crocodile35 28/09/2018

    Do we need more houses,schools, hospitals etc or do we need less people wanting to live in our country?

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    08/10/2018 03:20 PM
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