Post by An Sionnach Flannbhuí on May 12, 2017 19:13:41 GMT
River Yare run, past A12 and A47, from Sealife Centre to Scroby Sands, brings us by a commodius vicus of recirculation back to Britannia Pier and Environs.
I’ve never before seen a 700 page Focus leaflet, but I live in hope.
“Performers and audience begin with the premise that badness means the police/ Norman Tebbit/ The Sun newspaper/ God (or any similar authority)/ the Nolan Sisters/ cruise missiles/ Saatchi's/ heroin. Goodness means whales/ Socialist Worker/ guilt/ Diane Abbott/ UB40s/ Benefit concerts/ Ms./ cocaine.”
At the local elections this year UKIP polled 22.7% in the Great Yarmouth constituency, only very slightly down from 23.1% at the 2015 general election.
Although they got 29% in the local elections on the same day as the general election and 36% in the county council elections four years ago. Still a very good retention rate though compared to most places