David Cameron promises new powers for Scotland after independence rejected by 55% to 45%: live reaction
The cinema room
someone,who prefers to remain nameless thinks mike nimrod is a racist, i'm not racist but i'm sorry to say he's right, at 57 years old, paid tax my whole life, never unemployed,just separated and she got the house, so i'm on the scrapheap i went to the local authority and got put on a 16 year waiting list, when i asked why immigrants get housed i was told its their human right, apparently i don't have any.
how fortunate the haves, how unfortunate i'm a havenot,
if i work really hard for the rest of my life i still wont have the deposit.
who ever said life was fair................
how the other half live.
In the 1950s, the home became an ambassadorial residence, and remained in diplomatic use until 2001.
Diplomatically immune from paying for repairs by the sound of it.
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