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 Post subject: Northampton to E7?
PostPosted: Fri Sep 23, 2005 7:23 pm 
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But the station manager doesn't like the look of them. ](*,)

http://www.northamptontoday.co.uk/ViewA ... ID=1200297

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 Post subject: Re: Northampton to E7?
PostPosted: Sat Sep 24, 2005 2:05 pm 
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Sussex wrote:
But the station manager doesn't like the look of them. ](*,)

http://www.northamptontoday.co.uk/ViewA ... ID=1200297



What a joke.

A railway employee does'nt wan't to see them outside the station.

Well I don't want to see yet another delay or cancellation in his premises, but every year the paying public are forced to endure them.

What a tit.

Fingers crossed they get some London touts outside their premises, then they'll have something to moan about.


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PostPosted: Sat Sep 24, 2005 10:21 pm 
got the E7s here.
many drivers like them and have them.
me Im not a fan.
but at least i have a choice. =D>


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Northampton say f*** the disabled. :shock:

http://www.northamptontoday.co.uk/ViewA ... ID=1203493

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Good to see our immigrant population supporting British traditions :roll: :

But Councillor Yousuf Miah (Con, Ecton Brook) said it would be shame to lose a strong British tradition such as the Hackney black cab.

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Co-chairman of the Disabled People's Forum, Robert Farmer, said he would take the matter to the European Courts of Human Rights.


Perhaps we should get this person on board for the LTDA campaign? :)


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greenbadgecabby wrote:
Co-chairman of the Disabled People's Forum, Robert Farmer, said he would take the matter to the European Courts of Human Rights.


Perhaps we should get this person on board for the LTDA campaign? :)


Well he certainly has my support.

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