I'm just an average Joe; no connection with the forces, the courts, the government or politics. I believe in common sense, respect and moderation. I object to fascism, racism and extremism - things which the BNP put high on their agenda.
The intention of my post was to remind people that...
Well it's hard not to agree with something that's been so carefully crafted to appeal to everybody that it's completely lost all meaning! This isn't the sort of guff that a political party suitable for running the country should be putting out. It sounds like the sort of pseudo-politics that...
That's terrible news. You should name and shame the umbrella and whoever recommended them to you! Any particular reason why you're not running your own LTD?
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I find this sometimes too as my daily commute has a lot of side roads joining a busy single carriageway. The worst ones are the ones that you flash from miles away but don't start moving until you're practically on top of the junction, forcing you to stop when you only needed to slow down :scared2:
Dear Mr. Brown,
When you take over the running of this country please could you ensure the government return to the rather important business of running the country rather than squabbling over coupons send to its customers. I think...
Did anyone see the goatse logo that the BBC proudly displayed on their site (and which I also saw on News 24) that got mysteriously pulled?
Aaaaaaaaaactually, that's correct usage. Complimentary means either "given free of charge" or "praising".
Complementary on the other hand is used to describe how things go together (e.g.: "he wore a blue shirt and complementary trousers").