They look nearly as concerned about litter as the people attending Glastonbury.
I'm not sure about that - she would've probably more likely joined them for a gin and tonic.The Queen Mum would have run over that lot in her golf buggy.
Naw, she'd have done it herself, during WW2 the Queen Mother took it upon herself to learn how to shoot. She had target practice in the gardens of Buckingham Palace and the staff were frequently alarmed by the sounds of gun shots.I'm not sure about that - she would've probably more likely joined them for a gin and tonic.
She liked a glass of mothers ruin did old Lizzie Bowes-Lyon.
Either that or she would have got one of her footmen to shoot the bleeders.
Naude ran the Pro Hunt Africa firm, which describes itself on its website as a "hunting and Eco Safari outfit" in northernmost South Africa.
The Heritage Protection Group, a not-for-profit group against rhino poaching, claims Naude stopped his vehicle on the side of the road after it overheated around 5km from Mokopane.
It said a man "shot him in cold blood at close range" after a second vehicle pulled up next to him. Two suspects were said to have exited the car and stole a gun from Naude before getting back into their vehicle and driving in the direction of Marken.
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An out-of-control vehicle plowed into an 82-year-old auto repair building, reducing part of the building to a pile of rubble.
This accident happened just after 9:30 a.m. Monday in Seattle’s Roosevelt neighborhood ...
The accident left the building so precarious that the Seattle Department of Transportation closed a busy offramp from Interstate 5 onto 73rd Street that locals use ...
This building is so unstable, the worry is that part of it might fall into the street onto a passing car. ...
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She was fined £2,450 and banned for six months for exceeding 30mph limits in a blue Mercedes and a Lexus with a private number plate.
There have been calls for her to step down but she previously said she wanted to stay in her £76,000 job.
"I remain committed to serving the people of Nottinghamshire as police and crime commissioner.”
Henry told the court that relying on public transport would cause exceptional hardship and make it difficult to transport her children.
However, she was still banned after getting three penalty points for each of the five offences.
Henry was reportedly teary at times as she gave evidence on Monday, telling the court that relying on public transport would make it difficult to transport her children.
You would think so wouldn't you but that's not how it works I'm afraid.Shouldn't she have been banned after a maximum of four times, seeing as four threes are twelve?
I've only ever acumulated 9 and that was a long time ago (one of those was for just over 30), nothing really stupid, but a friend of mine got up to 12 and had to go to court and pay a fine. It was all done quite quickly. Mind you that was a few years ago.You would think so wouldn't you but that's not how it works I'm afraid.
It takes a long time to get to a court date these days, so assuming she appealed against the original (first) time she got caught speeding, the other offences that have been taken into consideration here have happened during the intervening period, up to the point at which the case against her was brought to the court. (usually the 'charges' are written up some weeks before the actual day of trial)
There could be many other speeding offences that she has also committed since then, but would not be included in this case.
So this might not be the end of this story for 'Lead-foot' Henry.
We used to have devices that when you clicked the switch they came on or went off (OK so TVs etc. used to have to warm up but most things it was on/off)What on Earth did we all do before appliances became networked?
That sounds so much better than that on/off thing. So much better.Now they have to run some sort of operating sequence before they do anything by which time I've usually turned it off and on several times as I'm convinced it isn't working. I then have to watch it cycle through a sequence of on/off while it catches up.
It will be worse than that, your car will completely shut down for an update just while you are in the middle of switching lanes having overtaken an articulated lorry on the motorway.You wait until Microsoft enter the electric car market and you suddenly find your car won't drive down a particular stretch of road until you update it.