The UK's busiest speed cameras The A104 Lea Bridge Road Speed Camera rakes in around £3.8 million in fines with 38,234 tickets The A104 Lea Bridge Road speed camera in west London … [Read more...] about Speed cameras ARE being used to fleece drivers: Watchdog reveals how locations are chosen in ‘good hunting grounds’ for making money rather than preventing accidents – so is YOUR yellow box among those raking in the most cash?
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By my early 20s I was clocking up long hours behind the wheel while working as a park ranger in the Northern Territory. I drove Toyota troop carriers and tray backs. It wasn’t unusual to drive for four hours to a meeting in Alice Springs and four hours home again on the same day. I drove on good dirt roads and bad dirt roads and overgrown tracks and through ancient riverbeds and across sand dunes. I did a basic diesel mechanics course. I wasn’t as strong or as confident as the male rangers, but I found I could often fix a problem by listening to the sound of the engine and then putting my hands on the different parts to feel my way around. I learnt to weld and to service and operate a generator. I learnt how to dig a bogged vehicle out of sand and how to change the large, heavy tyres that were always puncturing due to the rough terrain. When the nut on a tyre bolt was too tight I stood on the wheel brace and bounced up and down, using my whole bodyweight to loosen it. … [Read more...] about On those long, gruelling roads, I hunted for the memory of the child I used to be
The 21-year-old said: 'I thought it was a normal virus at first but it soon became the worst. It started with the tiniest cough. But I developed aches, pains, was flat out, had a sore throat that was agony and temperatures as high as 39C (102.2F). … [Read more...] about Matt Hancock admits he is ‘worried’ about the ‘debilitating’ health problems that plague Covid-19 ‘long-haulers’ for months
Meghan Markle's speech extracts 'It’s such a joy to speak to you today. To young women around the world who aren’t just poised to change the world; but have already begun changing the world. Last month I had the chance to speak to the 2020 class at my high school alma mater, which is an all-girls school in Los Angeles. I said that they shouldn’t see their graduation as an ending, but rather the beginning. The beginning of a journey where they can now harness their work, their values, and skills – all the skills they’ve learned – to rebuild the world around them.' … [Read more...] about Has Meghan Markle had extensions? The question convulsing social media as Duchess debuts long sleek locks that make her look ‘more current and like an influencer’
Most will flow from the Bounce Back scheme, since this is the largest and carries few conditions regarding the viability of the business borrowing the money. The Government has also agreed to bear 100pc of any losses which banks suffer under the Bounce Back scheme when borrowers fail to repay the loans, compared to 80pc under CBILS and CLBILS. … [Read more...] about Boris Johnson prepares to ditch working from home guidance and tell millions to start using public transport and return to the office