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since 22/10/2000

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topcashback.co.uk 10/01/2007

Earn while you shop

Ambassador Hotel, Southport 10/10/2006

Get away from it all

HGAF.org.uk 29/05/2006

PLAY WITH ME

Norfolk Holidays Forum 29/05/2006

GREAT Yarmouth board

Everything that starts with X ... 27/05/2006

IT'S HEALTHIER THAN A BAKERS BUM!

Haverhill in General 24/02/2006

The lost town with its NEW attraction!!

Homecall 15/11/2005

PHONE HOME ET, BUT DON'T USE HOME CALL

Member Advice on Choosing Pet Insurance 23/10/2005

PET'S GET ILL TOO!

Members Advice on Gardening 18/10/2005

GARDENING IN A TUB

Behind closed doors - Jenny Tomlin 06/06/2005

Daddy don't do that!

Adelphi Hotel (Liverpool) 25/03/2005

SINK IT WITH THE TITANIC

Man On Fire (DVD) 05/03/2005

SET ME ON FIRE

Everything that starts with V ... 04/03/2005

Very Very Annoying

Everything that starts with V ... What is my view on the British law? Overall it appears to be a jackass, with irregular and often ridiculously light sentencing…And so my story begins… In 1996 I was involved in a serious Road Traffic Accident as many of you know, it nearly cost me my life and I was in hospital for six months and even today am still suffering. Along with my own suffering was that of two colleagues who both spent time in hospital. In addition some other vehicles were involved but I don’t know how they suffered. The women that caused the accident suffered a few cuts and grazes, which I have no quarms about, after all no one wants to see anyone else in such a state. So I waited for her to contact me with an apology, it would have made things a lot easier. And I waited. In fact I am still waiting today, nearly nine years after the day that changed my life. Anyway I digress… So this woman did all this harm to all these people and her day came in court, I was not even asked for a police statement simply due to my state of health at that time, I was unable to comprehend and certainly couldn’t reply… So the attempted killer had her day in court, and her punishment was know…A £100 fine for a start, but the judge was feeling particularly nasty on this day, because not only did she get the fine she got five whole point son her license…. I wonder whether she might have got more had I been the judge’s son or daughter lying in hospital. Another case a few months ago in Cambridge hit the ...

MRSA (Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus Aureus) 17/02/2005

THE SILENT KILLER BUG

Phantom of the Opera, The (2004) 22/12/2004

WISHING YOU WERE SOMEHOW HERE WITH ME

Phantom of the Opera, The (2004) Wanting to watch the Phantom at the theatre in London I was put off by reports that the leg room was extremely minimal; so when I heard it was coming to the big screen I was somewhat happy. I arrived at the cinema in plenty, thinking it would be hugely popular – I was wrong. The audience in the film (which was only about a quarter of the seats available) were people of my own age and over. Considering it was a 12a certificate and the fact that it starred an ex-soap actress come pop star I thought maybe there might have been a few youngsters at least, but there wasn’t. The film opens with us at an auction in Paris in 1919; the items being sold include items from the notorious opera house with its very own phantom. We then flick back to the time when the auction house was an opera house and so the story begins: A disfigured young boy is an attraction is a circus until he escapes the torture by murdering his tormenter and prisoner. Realising what he has done he is soon pursued by the folk of the town; a young girl who has watched his torment helps hide him – and the safest place is the basement of the opera house. The lead female character –Christine is played by Emmy Rossum who portrays the character with a good degree of emotion and skill; her hypnotic state as the phantom sings, her tears as she realises some truths. The story centres around Christine basically and the two men who love her. Jennifer Ellison (ex Brookside star, and winner of ITV’s Hells Kitchen, ...
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