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Equalities body warns it may step in after A-level downgrades in England

2020.08.14 05:06 autotldr Equalities body warns it may step in after A-level downgrades in England

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Britain's equalities watchdog has warned it will intervene in the controversy over the handling of A-level results in England after students from disadvantaged backgrounds were worst hit while private school pupils benefited the most.
The release of A-level results on Thursday revealed that the largest share of rises in A* and A grades in England had gone to independent schools, with two privately educated pupils receiving an extra A* for every one at a state secondary.
About one in 10 A-level entries from independent schools were in subjects in which the schools entered just five or fewer students.
Ofqual's data showed that 49% of entries by students at private schools in England received an A grade or above, compared with 20% awarded to students at state academies or comprehensive schools.
A string of headteachers were also joining the protest, including the headteacher of Sir William Borlase's grammar school, a leading state school in Buckinghamshire, who said she was "Bitterly disappointed that the system has let many of our students down".
"We will challenge this decision to ensure students from our school and students from schools across the area and country receive the results they deserve," Kay Mountfield, the school's head, said.
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2020.04.14 11:35 Fwoggie2 Covid-19 update Tuesday 14th April

Good morning from the UK. It’s Tuesday 14th April.
In case you missed it, Boris Johnson is now out of hospital and recovering at Chequers (a stately home in Buckinghamshire that’s available as a prime ministerial perk, basically it’s the UK equivalent of Camp David).

Virus story in depth


The Covid-19 situation in the US continues to deteriorate in terms of the infections / deaths count. Having been unable to fill the churches in time for Easter, President Trump is now targeting the 1st of May to get America fully back to work and in a White House press conference yesterday vowed that the economy would fire up "ahead of schedule" but did not explain how this would be achieved given that many states are currently at or are approaching their peak infection rates.
In the same press conference Trump also alleged that he would try to force open state economies including shops, schools and restaurants that have been closed by governors and mayors. Such a stance though would put him at odds with any Governor who would rather sustain the lockdown and on this matter states have autonomy thus the decision making power for when to lift the lockdown lies with the governors, not the president. Trump insisted that this was not the case, stating “When somebody is the President of the United States, the authority is total.” This comment was picked up by CNN White House correspondent Kaitlan Collins, who asked him about his “authority is total” line, saying that his belief he has “total power” is not true. Trump replied: “You know what we’re going to do? We’re going to write up papers on this. It’s not going to be necessary. Because the governors need us one way or the other. Because ultimately it comes with the federal government. That being said we’re getting along very well with the governors, and I feel very certain that there won’t be a problem.”
Several media and legal commentators rapidly pointed out on twitter that Trump’s statement that he has total authority is incorrect because the US does not have a totalitarian government (which is one of the biggest benefits of having the US constitution, it stops that kind of thing). People who have contradicted Trump’s statement on the matter include Stephen Vladeck (the A. Dalton Cross Professor in Law at the University of Texas School of Law, and a specialist in national security law), Jonathan Turley (a professor at George Washington University Law School who’s known for having testified in United States Congressional proceedings about constitutional and statutory issues) or Laurence Tribe (professor at Harvard School of Law and frequent visitor to the US Supreme Court).
This story will no doubt rumble on, although hopefully the infection and death count will be minimised by individual citizen decisions to stay at home as well as the governors themselves. It should be noted that many Republican governors do not subscribe to their President’s stance; as an example Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker emphasized in his own daily briefing that a "ton of testing" needs to be available at both state and federal levels before residents would be comfortable resuming business as usual.

Virus story in brief


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25 poorest countries have had debt cancelled - Kristalina Georgieva, the managing director of the IMF has announced (link) that under the IMF’s revamped Catastrophe Containment and Relief Trust (CCRT), $500m will be provided in grants to the poorest and most vulnerable members of IMF to cover their IMF debt obligations for an initial phase over the next six months. The move will help these countries channel more of their scarce financial resources towards vital emergency medical and other relief efforts. The countries that will receive debt service relief are Afghanistan, Benin, Burkina Faso, Central African Republic, Chad, Comoros, Congo, D.R., The Gambia, Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, Haiti, Liberia, Madagascar, Malawi, Mali, Mozambique, Nepal, Niger, Rwanda, São Tomé and Príncipe, Sierra Leone, Solomon Islands, Tajikistan, Togo, and Yemen.

Endangered New Zealand bird sent to safety offshore despite Covid-19 lockdown - The Guardian reports (link) that a rare New Zealand bird has been evacuated to a remote island despite the strict coronavirus lockdown, with the high-risk mission “essential” to the survival of the species, conservationists say. Despite stringent lockdown orders in place country-wide, as New Zealand battles Covid-19, five juvenile shore plovers – or tūturuatu – were flown from captivity in Christchurch to the remote, predator-free Mana Island off the coast of Wellington on Saturday. The birds caught a near-empty Air New Zealand flight for the 450km journey, taking up full rows, and were monitored by cabin crew (who the Guardian says have few human passengers to attend to anymore).

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Several asked if they can send me $/£/€ via Patreon (in some cases because I've saved them time or money, others for no reason at all). I don't need the cash (that's lovely though) but food bank charities are getting really hit hard with all this panic buying. Please consider giving whatever you'd have given me to a foodbank charity instead:
UK: https://www.trusselltrust.org/
France: https://www.banquealimentaire.org/
Germany: https://www.tafel.de/
Netherlands: https://www.voedselbankennederland.nl/steun-ons/steun-voedselbank-donatie/
Italy: https://www.bancoalimentare.it/it/node/1
Spain: https://www.fesbal.org/
Australia: https://www.foodbank.org.au/
Canada: https://www.foodbankscanada.ca/
USA: https://www.feedingamerica.org/
Thanks in advance for any donations you give. If there's foodbank charities in your country and it's not listed above, please suggest it and I will include it going forward.
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2020.02.26 09:19 gibbonsray1 A Brief History of Aylesbury

AYLESBURY IN THE MIDDLE AGES Aylesbury started as a Saxon settlement called Angel’s burgh. Burgh may be a Saxon word sense fort or fortified settlement. it's possible Saxon Aylesbury had a ditch and earth rampart with a wooden palisade on top. By the 11th century, Aylesbury had a mint and doubtless had a weekly market. However, Aylesbury was no quite an outsized village with a population of a couple of hundred. for hundreds of years, Aylesbury remained an outsized village instead of a town. Most of the people in Aylesbury made their living from farming instead of from the industry. However, Medieval Aylesbury was an office. due to its weekly market, it served as a focus for the encompassing villages. From the 13th century, Aylesbury also had 2 fairs. within the Middle, Ages fairs were like markets but they were held just one occasion a year for a couple of days. People would come from everywhere Buckinghamshire to shop for and sell at an Aylesbury fair. In the late 14th century Franciscan friars arrived in Aylesbury. Friars were like monks but rather than withdrawing from the planet they went bent preach. Franciscans were called grey friars due to the color of their costumes. within the Middle Ages, there was also a leper hospital just outside Aylesbury dedicated to St Leonard. AYLESBURY 1500-1800 In the 1530s Henry VIII closed the friary in Aylesbury and it had been made into a personal house. Then within the 17th century John Hampden the local MP became a hero because he refused to pay customs, a tax wont to fund the navy. (Traditionally this tax was only raised in counties with a coast, not inland counties). In 1642 came the war between king and parliament. Generally, the people of Aylesbury supported parliament. However, in November 1642, a royalist army occupied the town. Then came the battle of Aylesbury. Parliament sent a military towards Aylesbury and therefore the royalists visited meet them at Holmans Bridge. the lads of Aylesbury formed a militia, which attacked the royalists from behind. The royalists were defeated and were forced to escape. Parliament managed to carry on to Aylesbury for the remainder of the war. In the Seventeenth and Eighteenth centuries, there was a lace-making industry in Aylesbury. But it had been the sole significant industry within the town. there have been some craftsmen like carpenters, butchers, bakers, and blacksmiths serving the area people but that's all. for hundreds of years, Aylesbury continued as an outsized village instead of a town with many of its inhabitants farming the encompassing land. Some were craftsmen. Aylesbury was also a training town. it had been on several important routes and lots of stagecoaches stopped at the town’s inns. Alfred the good made Buckingham the shire town of Buckinghamshire in 888. However, in 1725 a fireplace destroyed much of the town and therefore the county government was switched to Aylesbury. The old County Hall was built about 1740. within the 18th century, Aylesbury became famous for the local breed of duck. AYLESBURY within the 19th CENTURY Aylesbury grew much bigger within the 19th century. In 1801 the population of Aylesbury was 3,186. it might seem tiny to us but by the standards of the time, it had been a little town. By 1831 the population had reached 4,907. A canal was dug to Aylesbury in 1814. In Eighteen-Thirty-Nine Aylesbury was interlinked to the London to Birmingham railway. In 1863 it had been connected by rail to High Wycombe. The railway boosted the population of Aylesbury. In 1832 50 people in Aylesbury died in an epidemic of cholera. However, amenities improved within the 19th century Aylesbury. From Eighteen-Thirty-Four the streets of Aylesbury were lit by gas. An infirmary opened in 1833. It later became the Royal Buckinghamshire Hospital. the primary police was formed in 1837. A cemetery opened in 1857. In 1867 a waterworks opened and therefore the town soon had a piped water system. Also within the 1860s, a network of sewers was built. The famous tower was inbuilt 1876 and public baths were inbuilt 1895. Meanwhile in 1894 Aylesbury was made an urban district council. In the early Nineteenth Century, the lace industry died out of the track but there was a silk (fabric) industry in Aylesbury. Other industries were printing and brewing. within the late 19th century milk was made in Aylesbury. However, Victorian Aylesbury remained a town instead of a producing center. In 1865 an exchange was built where grain might be bought and sold and Aylesbury continued to be famous for its ducks. AYLESBURY within the 20th CENTURY In 1901 Aylesbury had a population of 9,240. During the 20th century conditions in Aylesbury continued to enhance. A museum opened in Aylesbury in 1908 and in 1912 a statue of John Hampden was erected within the town. Furthermore, Aylesbury gained an electricity supply in 1915. Then in 1917 Aylesbury was made a borough. In 1920 the council began building Southcourt Estate. it had been greatly expanded within the 1950s. Meanwhile, Vale open-air swimming bath opened in 1935. Stoke Mandeville Hospital opened in 1940. Aylesbury tech opened in 1947. In 1951 the population of Aylesbury was still only 21,240 but in 1952 it had been agreed it might become an overspill town for London. The population of Aylesbury then boomed. Meanwhile, Grange school opened in 1954. In 1966 a replacement County Hall was built and Friars Square was created. In 1974 Aylesbury was made a part of Aylesbury Vale Council. The Civic Centre was inbuilt 1975. Hale Leys plaza opened in 1983. The open-air market was pedestrianized in 1984. In 1987 the cattle market closed, a sure sign Aylesbury had ceased to be a rural town. The Friars Square plaza closed for refurbishment within the early 1990s. It re-opened in 1993.
AYLESBURY IN THE 21ST CENTURY In the 21st century, Aylesbury continued to thrive. Bourg Walk Bridge opened in 2009. Waterside Theatre opened in Aylesbury opened in 2010. Today the population of Aylesbury is 56,000.
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2020.02.26 09:18 gibbonsray1 Best things to do in Aylesbury

The shire town of Buckinghamshire is on the sting of the Chiltern Hills within the Aylesbury Vale’s verdant farmland. Aylesbury has some strong regional attractions just like the County Museum, alongside a state-of-the-art theatre that opened in 2010. The children’s author Roald Dahl was a Buckinghamshire resident and is remembered with an exquisite hands-on children’s gallery, attached to the County Museum. Aylesbury features a place in pop history, because the Friars Club here welcomed a number of the most important music acts of the 70s, and was where David Bowie performed as Ziggy Stardust for the primary time. There’s a lovingly rendered statue for Bowie under the exchange on the open-air market. Let’s explore the simplest things to try to to in Aylesbury: 1. Buckinghamshire County Museum 📷 This museum explores many strands of Buckinghamshire’s human and explanation and is housed during a row of lovely flat-fronted buildings on Church Street. The oldest portion of the complex may be a timber-framed guildhall from the 16th-century, with rare murals intact. The museum has exhibitions for archaeology, industrial history, textiles, agriculture, and geology. One of the key pieces may be a Cubitt car, manufactured in Aylesbury within the 1920s and one among only six surviving models within the world. There’s also a little but valuable collection of Egyptology, also as Prehistoric stone tools, Roman coins, and Medieval pottery. The costume collection is vast, spanning 500 years, and there’s an ever-changing exhibition of British painting and sculpture within the Buckinghamshire gallery. In the carriage house behind the museum is that the Roald Dahl Children’s Gallery, which we’ll cover later.
2. Market Square 📷 This long, rectangular square within the heart of Aylesbury has fine buildings and interesting pockets of history all around. On the southeast end, besides the striking exchange is that the Aylesbury Crown Court, which shut its doors for the last time in 2018. This Palladian building was completed in 1740, and in 1963 was where the culprits of the good Train Robbery were sentenced. In front of the court may be a statue for the soldier and politician Charles Cavendish, 3rd Baron Chesham, who served within the Second Boer War. The bronze lions beside his statue come from the Rothschild estate at Waddesdon Manor and are here since 1888. At the other end of the square, there’s a narrow passageway through to the King’s Head Inn, one among the oldest pubs within the South of England. Check out the recommended hotels in Aylesbury, England 3.Waddesdon Manor 📷 A miniature Château de Chambord within the Aylesbury Vale, Waddesdon Manor may be a neo-Renaissance mansion built for Baron Ferdinand de Rothschild between 1874 and 1889. Baron Ferdinand used the house to point out of his invaluable collections of 18th-century French furniture, Beauvais and Gobelins tapestries, Sèvres ceramics, exquisite paneling, Savonnerie carpets and paintings by Reynolds, Gainsborough and 17th-century Dutch masters. Visit the gardens, designed by French landscape gardener Elie Lainé and intended to form an impression on soiree guests, with an extravagant parterre, statuary, and fountains. 4. Buckinghamshire Railway Centre 📷 A few miles into the rolling countryside at Quanton Road railroad station, the Buckinghamshire Railway Centre may be a locomotive museum that opens for Steaming and Static Days. There also are miniature trains operating on lately. On Static Days (Mondays and Tuesdays, also as Wednesdays outside school holidays) you'll still enter the museum’s railway shed to ascertain a powerful sort of steam locomotives, sort of an LSWR 0298 Class from 1874 and an operational Metropolitan Railway E Class inbuilt 1898. Take a glance at the calendar, as there are regular special events, displaying vintage diesel engines, mail vehicles, tractors, and fire engines. 5. The Chilterns 📷 East and south of Aylesbury are that the chalk escarpment of the Chiltern Hills, cutting diagonally across the countryside for nearly 50 miles. The range is conserved as a neighborhood of Outstanding Natural Beauty and offers scenic and infrequently stiff bike trails and walking paths. You could head to hike a neighborhood of the Ridgeway, a National Trail following the course of a path along the hilltops that have been walked since Prehistory. View more deals onHotelsCombinedOpens during a new window You won't lose your home on this site 6. Coombe Hill 📷 The highest and perhaps the simplest viewpoint within the Chilterns may be a few short miles south at Coombe Hill. This patch of “Chilterns Countryside” was once ashore owned by Chequers, the country residence for the Prime Minister. 7. Roald Dahl Children’s Gallery 📷 In a handsome former carriage house, the Roald Dahl Children’s Gallery harnesses the much-loved author’s books and characters for educational exhibits about literature, history and science. The museum is particularly immersive for teenagers because the exhibits feature art by Quentin Blake, who produced the illustrations for Roald Dahl’s books. Children can discover Willy Wonka’s inventions, study sound with the BFG, crawl through Mr. Fox’s tunnel and study “minibeasts” inside the enormous Peach. There are many interactivities, allowing kids to seem on TV, freeze their own shadow and magnify fleas. The attraction is travel by the Buckinghamshire County Museum and features a shop, peaceful garden and cafe. 8. Waterside Theatre 📷 The marvelous 1,200-seater Waterside Theatre opened in 2010, with a design evoking the rolling Chiltern Hills. Set on the Grand Union Canal, the venue had been within the pipeline for nearly a decade and came at a price of £47 million. This comes with state-of-the-art acoustics which will be adjusted consistent with the event. Every taste is catered for at the Waterside, so there are touring West End musicals, established musicians (pop, jazz and classical), tribute acts, stand-up comedians, opera, ballet, and contemporary dance. You can also watch regular live screenings from the National Theatre, Royal Shakespeare Theatre and therefore the Royal opera. 9. Grand Union Canal 📷 When the Aylesbury arm of the Grand Union Canal opened in 1814 it brought the heavy industry to the town for the primary time. There had been an idea to increase the Grand Union Canal through to the Kennet & Avon Canal to the south. This would have created a huge network across the West to Bristol, but this was never realized due to a scarcity of water. The Grand Union Canal is now the preserve of delight boaters and walkers. In September 2018 Aylesbury placed on its inaugural Waterside Festival, with boat trips, live music and a continental market with quite 30 stalls. 10. St Mary the Virgin’s Church On the west shoulder of the town center in an atmospheric graveyard ringed with historic houses, the parish church may be a Grade I-listed building. The site is believed to travel back to Anglo-Saxon times, although this church is rooted within the early 13th century. St Mary’s may be a prominent landmark in Aylesbury, with a fine tower that you simply can see from almost anywhere within the town. That spire is assumed to be the 17th-century and dates from the reign of Charles II. Head in to ascertain the 14th-century chapel, which is on the north transept and features a remarkable sedilla (stone seat) with an arch. Also within the north transept, you’ll find a stunning 17th-century alabaster monument to a Sir Lee, Master of the Armouries under Elizabeth I.
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Knightliner Executive Travel Ltd wants to be a part of the biggest day of your life. You need to take the stress out of your wedding day, leave the transport to us. We have experience in transporting all guests to and from the church to the reception and then to hotels at the end of the night. We cover transportation to all major events in the UK from Glastonbury, Royal Ascot races, Airshows to sporting events such as Rugby at Twickenham stadium, to cricket at Edgbaston.

School Trips

We have established a leading reputation based on the quality and reliability of the coach Hire services we offer throughout the home-counties and Oxon, however, what you may not realize is that we also provide transport for schools. This has proved extremely useful when it comes to organizing daily trips to and from school, swimming trips, and school educational trips.

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Call Now: 07716449405

Email: [[email protected]](mailto:[email protected])

Website: Knightliner Executive Travel

Address: The Blinking Owl Garage, Oxford rd, Dinton, Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire HP17 8TT

WHY COME WITH KNIGHTLINER EXECUTIVE TRAVEL?

TRAVEL IN COMFORT AND STYLE LIKE NO OTHER SERVICE.

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Our drivers are knowledgeable, courteous and professional – and they come prepared to anticipate and meet your every need during the journey.

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We work hard at earning and keeping your business, we are always punctual and will ensure that you enjoy yourself to the fullest while trusting us with your safety.

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Our #1 priority is to exceed your expectations – we put your needs first by making sure we understand your needs and preferences intimately.

A GREAT FLEET

You can rely on our wide range of high quality fully air-conditioned Mercedes vans to give you and your travel companions the most comfortable experience possible.

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Security is paramount to us, especially during School trips, therefore, we ensure our Drivers undertake relevant CRB and DBS checks.
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2020.02.26 09:14 gibbonsray1 Best Restaurants in Aylesbury

Fine dining 📷 Buckinghamshire may be a beautiful county, boasting a various range of restaurants to cater for each taste and budget, from pub fare to fine dining and world cuisine. So let’s start with its excellent pubs – and what's a rambling enter Bucks’ leafy countryside without a delicious plate of pub grub at the end? Long gone are the times when this meant a greasy burger and crisps (served outside if you were a youngster) – now you’re much more likely to seek out a roaring fire, a comfortable snug, a warm welcome to families and award-winning cuisine to boot! Of course, there are way too many excellent pubs with good grub to say during this guide, but here are just a couple of of the best: Right at the highest of the county, in Olney, a replacement pub and eatery have just blossomed. The Cherry Tree– named after the town’s legendary Cherry Fair – has undergone a £2m development, converting the elegant Grade 2-listed house from a care home to a 100-cover restaurant. But you’ll find no over-boiled veg here, just an honest selection of Mediterranean-inspired food served all day. The Five Elms in Weedon, near Aylesbury, recently came top within the (constantly-changing) TripAdvisor rankings, out-listing some heavy-duty competition. The pub serves traditional English favorites like steak and kidney pudding to the very best standard. Still in Aylesbury is that the Pointer – a restaurant, bar, butchers, and farm. Nearby in Dinton, The Seven Stars pub may be a big hit with the locals – such a lot in order that they rallied together and purchased it collectively in 2011 when it had been threatened with closure. Since then it's gone from strength to strength – it's had an entire overhaul and now offers a tasty selection of ‘English with slightly of French’ local produce. The Saracen’s Head Inn Bar & Restaurant in Amersham may be a charming old building with a standard menu. Visitors rave about the Sunday lunches. A bonus is that diners can stay overnight at one among the charming rooms, just be careful about the ghost (really!). Staying in Amersham, we discover twice-Michelin-starred chef Atul Kochhar’s latest restaurant, Hawkyns, at The Crown Inn – a reasonably 16th-century former coaching inn. Opened in 2017, Hawkyns’ menu intertwines British and Indian flavors – expect delicious treats like heritage beetroot with avocado and pomegranate chaat and cauliflower velouté. Charming venues, unconventional menus 📷 Over in Long Crendon, The Mole and Chicken have made an honest name for itself. The charming pub, built-in 1831, features wonky low ceilings, a huge fire, and an excellent garden. The menu is interesting, starting from classics to dishes influenced by Asia and Lebanon. Don’t fancy driving home? There are modern bedrooms within the adjoining house. In Mentmore, near Leighton Buzzard, we discover the superb The Stag Inn – local pub, barroom, and restaurant all under one roof. cannon fodder, delicious chips, excellent pineapple carpaccio, and coconut ice cream… what’s to not like? a touch further up the road is that the Old Swan in Cheddington. This picturesque thatched Grade 2-listed pub is about 10 minutes’ walk from the Grand Union canal so it's fashionable hungry walkers. Although the menu is sort of respectable, a fun nod to the workaday pub fare we all love is well represented. to not be confused with The Old Swan in Great Missenden, an intimate 16th-century inn within the pretty little hamlet of Swan Bottom. The tree-lined tavern is that the perfect place to relax on warmer days and, when it’s really cold outside, the roaring fire is as mesmerizing as any pub TV. The menu, while offering pub classics, maybe a cut above. Another swan, this point the Swan Inn within the pretty village of Denham, certainly has curb appeal. The Georgian wisteria-clad pub may be a magnet for ‘refugees from the large Smoke’ who bombard on the A40. All the food is freshly made and changes in line with the seasons, and therefore the menu includes that grail, an honest vegetarian option (this month sweet corn fritters with courgette, rocket, home-made ricotta, toasted pine nuts, and chili dressing). They even have gluten and dairy-free options. A warm welcome awaits beat the family-run Chequers Inn, Wooburn Common. The 17th-century coaching inn is sited alongside The Chiltern Loop, meaning it's even as likely to be filled with muddy families as wedding parties and businessmen. It’s genius small plates make a perfect child’s meal, snack or an easy meal, counting on one’s appetite! Just round the corner in Beaconsfield lies The Royal Standard of England, the country’s oldest public house with a quaint, olde-worlde interior and hearty home-cooked food. High Wycombe; Crooked Billet, Newton Longville; The Royal Oak, Bovingdon Green; The Kings Head – Ivinghoe and therefore the White Horse, Hedgerley. Award-winning restaurants 📷 A fairly recent addition to the gastropub armory has been Tom Kerridge’s The Coach in Marlow. Kerridge took on the location in 2014 and has already turned it into one among the country’s top eating destinations, serving up a menu of small, tapas-style dishes – it recently placed number five within the Top 50 Gastropubs of 2018 and was awarded a Michelin star in 2017. The Coach operates a strict no-reservations policy. Kerridge has also recently opened The Butcher’s Tap in Marlow, which is butchers and pubs during the day, before turning into a pub serving a little selection of food within the evening. But his flagship is that the Hand & Flowers, Marlow, that you would like to book months beforehand. It's the primary pub within the UK to possess been awarded two stars within the Michelin Guide and is additionally the proud holder of 4 AA rosettes. Stay overnight in one among the eight suites situated nearby or book a facial or massage within the new therapy space. Other eateries to urge a Michelin mention include The Jolly Cricketers at Seer Green, which won a Bib Gourmand within the Guide in 2012. The award singles this pub out as ‘an inspectors’ favorite, offering good food at moderate prices’. The Hundred Of Ashendon opened in 2013 and in two short years won its Bib Gourmand in recognition of the superb cooking and reasonable prices. The Three Oaks, Gerrards Cross, (which features a sister ‘Oak’ in Cookham called The oak and a replacement sister in Beaconsfield called No.5) received its Bib Gourmand in 2014. and therefore the Russell Arms, Butlers Cross, gained its Bib in 2017 for its good value, good quality fare. It’s worth noting other Michelin-starred restaurants are often found in nearby Berkshire. In Bray, you’ll find not only Michel Roux’s famous Waterside Inn but also Heston Blumenthal’s triple, The Fat Duck, The Crown, and therefore the Hinds Head. The Royal Oak at Paley St and therefore the oak can both be found in Maidenhead. Plans are ongoing for an additional Roux restaurant, this point in Taplow. Over in Bedfordshire, you’ll find Alan Murchison’s Paris House set within the glorious deer park of Woburn Park. Fine dining is often found everywhere Bucks, however, and none more so than in Marlow. one among its newest restaurants is a component of a rather swanky chain. Opened in 2014 by Michelin-starred chef Atul Kochhar, Sindhu offers ‘the absolute best of traditional Indian cuisine during a contemporary manner’. Cooking is subtle, with variations on the familiar – its grilled meats are the most important draw. Indecisive? Then treat yourself to the nine-course tasting menu. Elliot – features sociably round tables with high-backed chairs to offer a way of privacy and spaciousness. Food is local, daily-sourced produce cooked within the modern British style. A seven-course gourmand menu is out there. the ultimate big hitter in Marlow’s canon is that the Oak Room at Danesfield House. A romantic light-paneled dining room, you'll sink into your large, comfortable armchair and luxuriate in the chef’s delicious combat classic French cuisine. Moving along the county, but only slightly, to Humphry’s at Stoke Park, Stoke Poges. Under the guidance of chef Chris Wheeler, this elegant restaurant was awarded five AA red stars in 2013 – the very best accolade is given to hotels by the renowned guide series. Over in Old Amersham, we discover a restaurant never lacking within the ‘wow factor’, Artichoke. The superb modern European cuisine and calming atmosphere are liable for the Artichoke winning a number of accolades, including being named AA Restaurant of the Year for England and last placing 36th within the Top 50 UK Restaurants Good Food Guide 2018. Indian restaurants and world cuisine 📷 Every county claims its share of fabulous Indian restaurants, and Bucks is not any exception. Here’s a number of the foremost talked-about: Heston Blumenthal is famously keen on the fabulous Maliks in Cookham (also Marlow and Gerrards Cross). Upmarket yet cozy, it takes Indian cuisine to the subsequent level with a carefully considered presentation. The Spice Merchant also can be found in Cookham, and also in Old Beaconsfield. It’s is another contemporary Indian – aim to take a seat within the pleasant conservatory. Milton Keynes is home to a number of quality Indian establishments – a recent poll of TripAdvisor reviewers listed four of them in its top 20 restaurants within the whole of Bucks! Look out for the Ganges Lounge, Naidni, The Grange, Jaflong, and Jaipur. We’d need an entirely new book to list the superb world cuisines on offer within the county. except for starters look out for the Blue Mountain Yard, Milton Keynes. Its Jamaican food set during a local cafe has people returning again and again for its home-cooked quality fare. Worthwhile for the sparkling bar, garden, crystal-studded leather areas, and therefore the unique loo set-up. new Beaconsfield is another Thai that's always fashionable its tapas-style sharing menu, the Giggling Squid (also found in Marlow). Also new Beaconsfield, Prime Steak and Grill, a haven for carnivores. Canaletto may be a very decent Italian restaurant in Kingswood, near Aylesbury. Authentic food and fresh seasonal produce. Likewise Di Paolo, Gerrards Cross, a family-run restaurant that's said to ‘rival the absolute best eateries in London’. Also see Martini in Leighton Buzzard, great food and in weather, you’ll desire you’ve stepped into a touch a part of Italy in its lovely covered courtyard. For French classics, head for nice Missenden to the intimate La Petite Auberge, or maybe Raymond Blanc’s mini-me Brasserie Blanc in Milton Keynes or Beaconsfield. Dishes are unfussy brasserie fare – pan-fried wild mushrooms with garlic toast to start out and Cumberland sausage with bubble and squeak to follow. Finally, no guide to food in Bucks is complete without our staple: the tea. The Tin Kitchen, High Wycombe. Bon appétit!
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We operate to and from all London airports including London Heathrow airport, London Gatwick Airport, London Stansted Airport, London Luton Airport, London City Airport, Birmingham Airport, Manchester Airport, and East midlands. We provide transfer service to other UK airports, UK Cruise Ports, and UK Sea Ports, etc.

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We are able to meet all of your corporate travel needs. Whether you need our services on a regular (contract) basis or are planning for a one-day charter journey we can help you. Ask about our vehicle amenities that can cater to your desire for driving productivity while on the road.

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London is one of the most vibrant cities in the world and, with Knightliner Executive Travel Ltd to assist you to plan your day efficiently and to ensure that your group doesn’t miss out on what London has to offer. We also offer tours to Stonehenge & Bath, The Cotswolds tour, Peak district tour, lake district tour, Oxford tour & Bicester Village shopping trip.

Events & Festivals

Knightliner Executive Travel Ltd wants to be a part of the biggest day of your life. You need to take the stress out of your wedding day, leave the transport to us. We have experience in transporting all guests to and from the church to the reception and then to hotels at the end of the night. We cover transportation to all major events in the UK from Glastonbury, Royal Ascot races, Airshows to sporting events such as Rugby at Twickenham stadium, to cricket at Edgbaston.

School Trips

We have established a leading reputation based on the quality and reliability of the coach Hire services we offer throughout the home-counties and Oxon, however, what you may not realize is that we also provide transport for schools. This has proved extremely useful when it comes to organizing daily trips to and from school, swimming trips, and school educational trips.

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TRAVEL IN COMFORT AND STYLE LIKE NO OTHER SERVICE.

THE BEST DRIVERS

Our drivers are knowledgeable, courteous and professional – and they come prepared to anticipate and meet your every need during the journey.

TRUST

We work hard at earning and keeping your business, we are always punctual and will ensure that you enjoy yourself to the fullest while trusting us with your safety.

CUSTOMER SATISFACTION

Our #1 priority is to exceed your expectations – we put your needs first by making sure we understand your needs and preferences intimately.

A GREAT FLEET

You can rely on our wide range of high quality fully air-conditioned Mercedes vans to give you and your travel companions the most comfortable experience possible.

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Security is paramount to us, especially during School trips, therefore, we ensure our Drivers undertake relevant CRB and DBS checks.
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2020.02.26 09:13 gibbonsray1 A Brief History of Aylesbury

AYLESBURY IN THE MIDDLE AGES Aylesbury started as a Saxon settlement called Angel’s burgh. Burgh may be a Saxon word sense fort or fortified settlement. it's possible Saxon Aylesbury had a ditch and earth rampart with a wooden palisade on top. By the 11th century, Aylesbury had a mint and doubtless had a weekly market. However, Aylesbury was no quite an outsized village with a population of a couple of hundred. for hundreds of years, Aylesbury remained an outsized village instead of a town. Most of the people in Aylesbury made their living from farming instead of from the industry. However, Medieval Aylesbury was an office. due to its weekly market, it served as a focus for the encompassing villages. From the 13th century, Aylesbury also had 2 fairs. within the Middle, Ages fairs were like markets but they were held just one occasion a year for a couple of days. People would come from everywhere Buckinghamshire to shop for and sell at an Aylesbury fair. In the late 14th century Franciscan friars arrived in Aylesbury. Friars were like monks but rather than withdrawing from the planet they went bent preach. Franciscans were called grey friars due to the color of their costumes. within the Middle Ages, there was also a leper hospital just outside Aylesbury dedicated to St Leonard. AYLESBURY 1500-1800 In the 1530s Henry VIII closed the friary in Aylesbury and it had been made into a personal house. Then within the 17th century John Hampden the local MP became a hero because he refused to pay customs, a tax wont to fund the navy. (Traditionally this tax was only raised in counties with a coast, not inland counties). In 1642 came the war between king and parliament. Generally, the people of Aylesbury supported parliament. However, in November 1642, a royalist army occupied the town. Then came the battle of Aylesbury. Parliament sent a military towards Aylesbury and therefore the royalists visited meet them at Holmans Bridge. the lads of Aylesbury formed a militia, which attacked the royalists from behind. The royalists were defeated and were forced to escape. Parliament managed to carry on to Aylesbury for the remainder of the war. In the Seventeenth and Eighteenth centuries, there was a lace-making industry in Aylesbury. But it had been the sole significant industry within the town. there have been some craftsmen like carpenters, butchers, bakers, and blacksmiths serving the area people but that's all. for hundreds of years, Aylesbury continued as an outsized village instead of a town with many of its inhabitants farming the encompassing land. Some were craftsmen. Aylesbury was also a training town. it had been on several important routes and lots of stagecoaches stopped at the town’s inns. Alfred the good made Buckingham the shire town of Buckinghamshire in 888. However, in 1725 a fireplace destroyed much of the town and therefore the county government was switched to Aylesbury. The old County Hall was built about 1740. within the 18th century, Aylesbury became famous for the local breed of duck. AYLESBURY within the 19th CENTURY Aylesbury grew much bigger within the 19th century. In 1801 the population of Aylesbury was 3,186. it might seem tiny to us but by the standards of the time, it had been a little town. By 1831 the population had reached 4,907. A canal was dug to Aylesbury in 1814. In Eighteen-Thirty-Nine Aylesbury was interlinked to the London to Birmingham railway. In 1863 it had been connected by rail to High Wycombe. The railway boosted the population of Aylesbury. In 1832 50 people in Aylesbury died in an epidemic of cholera. However, amenities improved within the 19th century Aylesbury. From Eighteen-Thirty-Four the streets of Aylesbury were lit by gas. An infirmary opened in 1833. It later became the Royal Buckinghamshire Hospital. the primary police was formed in 1837. A cemetery opened in 1857. In 1867 a waterworks opened and therefore the town soon had a piped water system. Also within the 1860s, a network of sewers was built. The famous tower was inbuilt 1876 and public baths were inbuilt 1895. Meanwhile in 1894 Aylesbury was made an urban district council. In the early Nineteenth Century, the lace industry died out of the track but there was a silk (fabric) industry in Aylesbury. Other industries were printing and brewing. within the late 19th century milk was made in Aylesbury. However, Victorian Aylesbury remained a town instead of a producing center. In 1865 an exchange was built where grain might be bought and sold and Aylesbury continued to be famous for its ducks. AYLESBURY within the 20th CENTURY In 1901 Aylesbury had a population of 9,240. During the 20th century conditions in Aylesbury continued to enhance. A museum opened in Aylesbury in 1908 and in 1912 a statue of John Hampden was erected within the town. Furthermore, Aylesbury gained an electricity supply in 1915. Then in 1917 Aylesbury was made a borough. In 1920 the council began building Southcourt Estate. it had been greatly expanded within the 1950s. Meanwhile, Vale open-air swimming bath opened in 1935. Stoke Mandeville Hospital opened in 1940. Aylesbury tech opened in 1947. In 1951 the population of Aylesbury was still only 21,240 but in 1952 it had been agreed it might become an overspill town for London. The population of Aylesbury then boomed. Meanwhile, Grange school opened in 1954. In 1966 a replacement County Hall was built and Friars Square was created. In 1974 Aylesbury was made a part of Aylesbury Vale Council. The Civic Centre was inbuilt 1975. Hale Leys plaza opened in 1983. The open-air market was pedestrianized in 1984. In 1987 the cattle market closed, a sure sign Aylesbury had ceased to be a rural town. The Friars Square plaza closed for refurbishment within the early 1990s. It re-opened in 1993.
AYLESBURY IN THE 21ST CENTURY In the 21st century, Aylesbury continued to thrive. Bourg Walk Bridge opened in 2009. Waterside Theatre opened in Aylesbury opened in 2010. Today the population of Aylesbury is 56,000.
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We operate to and from all London airports including London Heathrow airport, London Gatwick Airport, London Stansted Airport, London Luton Airport, London City Airport, Birmingham Airport, Manchester Airport, and East midlands. We provide transfer service to other UK airports, UK Cruise Ports, and UK Sea Ports, etc.

Corporate Travel

We are able to meet all of your corporate travel needs. Whether you need our services on a regular (contract) basis or are planning for a one-day charter journey we can help you. Ask about our vehicle amenities that can cater to your desire for driving productivity while on the road.

Day Tour

London is one of the most vibrant cities in the world and, with Knightliner Executive Travel Ltd to assist you to plan your day efficiently and to ensure that your group doesn’t miss out on what London has to offer. We also offer tours to Stonehenge & Bath, The Cotswolds tour, Peak district tour, lake district tour, Oxford tour & Bicester Village shopping trip.

Events & Festivals

Knightliner Executive Travel Ltd wants to be a part of the biggest day of your life. You need to take the stress out of your wedding day, leave the transport to us. We have experience in transporting all guests to and from the church to the reception and then to hotels at the end of the night. We cover transportation to all major events in the UK from Glastonbury, Royal Ascot races, Airshows to sporting events such as Rugby at Twickenham stadium, to cricket at Edgbaston.

School Trips

We have established a leading reputation based on the quality and reliability of the coach Hire services we offer throughout the home-counties and Oxon, however, what you may not realize is that we also provide transport for schools. This has proved extremely useful when it comes to organizing daily trips to and from school, swimming trips, and school educational trips.

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Call Now: 07716449405

Email: [[email protected]](mailto:[email protected])

Website: Knightliner Executive Travel

Address: The Blinking Owl Garage, Oxford rd, Dinton, Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire HP17 8TT

WHY COME WITH KNIGHTLINER EXECUTIVE TRAVEL?

TRAVEL IN COMFORT AND STYLE LIKE NO OTHER SERVICE.

THE BEST DRIVERS

Our drivers are knowledgeable, courteous and professional – and they come prepared to anticipate and meet your every need during the journey.

TRUST

We work hard at earning and keeping your business, we are always punctual and will ensure that you enjoy yourself to the fullest while trusting us with your safety.

CUSTOMER SATISFACTION

Our #1 priority is to exceed your expectations – we put your needs first by making sure we understand your needs and preferences intimately.

A GREAT FLEET

You can rely on our wide range of high quality fully air-conditioned Mercedes vans to give you and your travel companions the most comfortable experience possible.

SECURITY

Security is paramount to us, especially during School trips, therefore, we ensure our Drivers undertake relevant CRB and DBS checks.
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2019.09.30 09:20 crewartproduction Technology Breakthroughs 2019 Crew Art Production

Technology Breakthroughs 2019 Crew Art Production

Technology Breakthroughs 2019

Technology Breakthroughs 2019
what is technology:
technology is the knowledge of techniques and processes mixed with skills and methods that enables human to apply this knowledge, technology had started by the pre-historic man when he used a very simple tools to secure his living from food and protection, then technology uses evolved from just a surviving tool to become the backbone of living that interfered in every single detail of human daily life, from the Toothpick to the space-traveling that is like a dream coming true as their rich tourists had made a space trip and its expected that it will be common and affordable trip in the upcoming years, so let’s talk about the most exciting technology breakthroughs in 2019.
Top Breakthroughs
5G Technology:
2019 is going to witness the releasing of the fifth generation of cellular mobile communication (5G) that featured with reduced latency, energy saving, cost reduction, higher system capacity, and massive device connectivity, and it’s the natural evolution of the 4G Technology that had been released on 2009 in Sweden and that was a great breakthrough in the history of mobile internet that the internet speed could reach 100 megabytes per second for high mobility mobile communication, so let’s get back to 5G technology that its speed is expected to reach 2500 MB (Megabyte) per second as peck performance, 5G mobile devices had seen a great improvement in technicality as it depend on a cell communicate by radio waves with a local antenna array and automated transceiver in the cell with low power consumption rate the antenna is connected with the telephone network through optical fiber cables or wireless backhaul connection, the devices that will equip the 5G technology is going to have 4G LTE capability as the 5G access is not available everywhere till now, the 5G is going to be used in the autonomous vehicles to support it with data about the surrounding environment in real time and nearby vehicles that could exchange their locations and intentions, the roadway is also able to deliver traffic conditions immediately ahead, which will ease the task of driving, also 5G technology is going to be compatible for laptops computers to enhance its Internet communication.
Virtual Reality (VR):
Virtual reality (VR) technology had started in the early 1950th as Morton Heling wrote about the “theater experience”, and built a prototype of Sensorama vision dubbed in 1962, this device displays engaged multiple scenes, then he developed the “Telesphere Mask”, the year 1968 had seen the releasing of the first head mounting display (HMD) system for simulation applications by Douglas Engelbart and other scientists, the 70th had seen a great leap in the virtual reality technology by interfering in many fields like medical, military and even space science as David Em was the first one to produce navigable virtual worlds in NASA laboratory, in 1979 Eric Howlett developed the Extra Perspective (LEEP) optical system which make the virtual reality helmets available today, 1991 had seen the invention of the first cubic impressive room allowing people to see their own bodies in relation to each other’s in the room, between the years 1982 and 1992 Nicole Stenger created the first real time interactive impressive movie that viewed by using a dataglove and a high resolution googles, then the new millennium comes with new update in VR technology, by the year 2001 the first pc based on cubic room had been invented, in the year 2007 google had released the street panoramic view by using 3D stereoscopic mode, 2013 had seen the start of using the virtual reality technology in smart phones by using a headset that used in virtual and augmentation of reality, the Oculus VR project had seen the light Valve Corporation, in the year 2014 Facebook had bought the Oculus VR for 2 Million dollar, and also Sony had announced the launch of the PlayStation VR project, In the year 2015 Google had announced the launch of cardboard a do-it-yourself stereoscopic viewer for smartphones, 2016 had seen a great leap in the VR technology development by many companies specially HTC which had shipped the Vive Steam VR headset as the major commercial release in this year, Sony had continued the development of the wireless headset and evolved it and released the Vive for PlayStation VR. 2019 is going to see a great leap in VR technology as Sony is working to release 3D Rubber Motion Controller for PlayStation VR, SOMNIACS company is working on Somniacs Birdly VR Flying Simulator, but this will not be the last update in the VR technology.
Artificial intelligence (AI) technology
AI
Artificial intelligence concept had started to be known from the year 1940 by the invention of the programmable digital computer, the machine based on abstract essence of mathematical reasoning, Dartmouth college had founded the AI research field in the year 1956, by the year 1973 the artificial inelegance had faced a new challenge from the USA and the British governments as they stopped the funding undirected research into artificial intelligence, the investors started to take the role of the governments in the funding this research but by the 80th they started to withdraw from this business because of the absence of the needed computer power (hardware), but this all had changed by the beginning of the 21 century as that the machine learning was successfully solved a lot of academic and industrial problems, the AI development in the new millennium started with the creation of the interactive toys (smart toys) in the year 2000, in the year 2004 Nasa had navigated the surface of Mars with autonomously robotic exploration rovers, in 2005 Honda released a humanoid robot that is able to walk as fast as humans and he worked as a food servant in restaurant, but the year 2005 had seen a new thinking in the AI technology by the initiation of the blue brain project that aimed to identify the structure of human brain and detect its function in disease and health, between years 2010 and 2014 the humans are being able to communicate and even speak with robots as in 2011 Apple had launched the Siri project and in year 2012 google had launched Google Now, and then the turn comes on Microsoft that released the smartphone apps the uses the natural language to answer the received questions, make recommendations and even perform actions, Artificial Intelligence (AI) Technology is going to see a great leap in 2019 as this year will see the release of:
1- Automated CCTV security cameras:
that featured by:
  • It could predict potential vulnerabilities, threats and menace.
  • Tracking missing children.
  • Tracking theft vehicles.
  • Quick action.
  • Identifying criminals and suspected people between the large crowd.
2- general adversarial networks (GANs):
A new concept that will be released in 2019 that will make your AI smarter as an example it could be able to distinguish between the real image or a realistic image that is created by AI technology.
3- Chatbot:
Chatbot that is also known as Smartbot, Talkbot, chatterbot, IM Bot, interactive agent, conventional interface and artificial conversational entity, the Chatbot concept is an artificial intelligence which conducts a conversation via auditory or textual methods, this technology had started in the early 20th century in the year 1960, but in the middle of the century that this technology had turned from simple conversions to powerful promotional tools for media brands and e-commerce businesses, 80% of companies are expected to be using the Chatbot by the year 2020.
3D Printing
3D Printing
3D printing is a number of various computer controlled processes to create a three-dimension object is made by joining and solidifying the material, 3D printing had started to enter the production industry in the early 80th particularly in 1981 when the Japanese scientist Hideo Kodama has invented two methods for fabricating three dimensional plastic models with photo hardening method, the use of 3D printing in production started with functional or aesthetical prototypes then it turned to be additive manufacturing that it can be used in manufacturing a very complex shape or geometry that is pre designed by 3D model or a CAD file, 2019 is going to see a leap in 3D printing specially in the metal 3D printing which depend on digital model that uses layer by layer material build-up approach which gives the metal a full density and high precision, the metal 3D printing technology is going to be used in manufacturing aerospace, oil & gas, automobile and marine applications, 3D printing is going to use new materials and enter the phase of mass production with high technology machines, 3D printing will see new types in 2019 by these types:
Fused Deposition Modelling (FDM): is also known as Fused Filament Fabrication which is the most commonly available and cheapest type of 3D printing.
stereolithographic (SLA): which is known as the world first 3D printing technology as its history returns to the year 1986, stereolithographic printing is Featured by using mirrors but it also had a big disadvantage that it takes too long to trace the cross-section of an object when compared to DLP.
Digital Light Processing (DLP): this type of 3D printing uses a digital light projector to flash one image for each layer at once or images of multiple flashes for larger parts, the output of this type of 3D printing is a digital image composed of square pixels resulting from rectangular blocks called Voxels.
Selective laser sintering (SLS): its creating objects by using Powder Bed Fusion technology and polymer powder, this type of 3D printing is going to be commonly used due to its low price and this type is featured by using a CO2 laser beam in scanning the object surface.
Material Jetting (MJ): this type of 3D printing has the same concept of normal inkjet printers but the difference in this printing type is that it builds multiple layers of ink upon each other until it turns to solid part, Material Jetting featured by offering objects made from multi-material printing and with full-color.
Drop On Demand (DOD): this type of 3D printing featured by using a pair of ink Jets, one looks like a wax material and the other used for dissolvable support material, DOD printing featured by using a fly-cutter that skims the build area after the creation of each layer to ensure the commencing of this layer, this type of printing is used in casting the lost wax and suitable for other mold making applications.
Sand binder jetting: mainly this type of 3D printing depends on mixing the PMMA powder with binding liquid as an agent to produce parts colors are added to the mixture through another nozzle, binder jetting useful in production of sand cast molds and cores as they are generally made of artificial sand or (silica), this type of 3D printing is featured with its low cost and quite easily integrated into existing manufacturing of foundry process without disruption.
Metal binder jetting: this type of 3D printing is used in the fabrication of metal objects, as the metal powder is bond together using a more poly binding agent, metal binder jetting is featured by producing complex geometries objects beyond conventional manufacturing techniques, this process is done on main steps of infiltration process than adding bronze is the object then we go for the sintering process, the output of this printing type had an issue of non-uniform shrinkage that is solved in the design stage.
Direct Metal Laser Sintering (DMLS): this type of 3D printing is like SLS type but the difference in that it is applied on metal objects, laser is used in fusing the metal powder at a point reaching molecular level, DMLS printing process needs a structural support as the output object is Vulnerable to distortion and wrapping due to residual stress.
Electron Beam Melting (EBM): high energy Electron beam is used in the metal fusion; EBM printing is featured with superior building speed upon any other 3D printing types because of its high energy density.
Financial
Financial breakthroughs
Blockchain:
Blockchain or blockchain is a growing list of records called blocks using cryptography, blockchains are resistance to modification of the data that was first described in the year 1991 but it was actually created as public transaction ledger of the cryptocurrency (bitcoin) by Satoshi Nakamoto in the year 2008, it is managed by peer to peer network collectivity adhering to a protocol for internal code communication and validating new blocks once recorded, blockchains has many types:
Public blockchains:
Public blockchains have absolutely no access restrictions, its useful as that anyone has a connection to the internet could send transactions as validator, bitcoins and Ethereum are the most known public blockchains Applications.
Private blockchains:
Private blockchains feathered with high privacy as there is no one could join the network until he had been invited by the network administrations, and even the participant and validator access is restricted, this type of blockchains is the most appropriate for companies that are interested in Blockchain technology because of the high control level, its main implement is in accounting and record keeping producer’s business.
Consortium blockchains:
Consortium blockchains are semi-decentralized as its controlling lies between the hands of many companies might control one node in the network and not just a single organization that controls the network.
Blockchains technology will see a great leap in 2019 as these types will rise:
Blockchain will work as a service (BaaS):
BaaS is a cloud-based service that allows customers to build their own Blockchain powered products and it could be including applications, smart contracts, and other Blockchain features without the need to set up or build Blockchain based infrastructure.
Hybrid Blockchain:
Hybrid Blockchain works by providing the best features and functionality of both private and public blockchains, hybrid Blockchain isn’t widely used but it is considered to be the most appropriate for banks.
Federated Blockchain:
Federated Blockchain is the natural evolution of the normal Blockchain, it looks like the private Blockchain but has a more customizable outlook, federated blockchains mainly used in financial services.
Ricardian contracts:
Ricardian contracts are the start of the dependence on legal contracts that cryptographically signed and verified, Ricardian contracts provide unique solutions so that they could be understood without mediator or service for both human and computers.
Interoperability between Blockchains:
Interoperability Blockchains aims to improve information across several networks or other Blockchains networks, the cross chain services improve the daily use of Blockchains, 2019 will see an improvement in the interoperability Blockchains technology, the main applications for Interoperability Blockchains are BlockNet, Aion, WanChain, and others.
Stable Coins:
Stable coins are the side product of the cryptocurrencies, that is affected by the market condition and the stability maintained in all time, most of the stable coins are fiat-chained but they are also backed by commodity stable coins, the main applications for stable coins are everyday currency transaction and P2P payments.
Security Tokens:
Security tokens had replaced the ICOs because it is more secure and protects the investor’s rights redefines the whole investment process, by the current year 2019 investors will tend to use security tokens (STO) than (ICO).
Financial Relegation:
Financial relegation is a type of relegation or supervision, which targets financial institutions with certain requirements, guidelines and restrictions that aims to maintain integrity of the financial system, this system could be handled by government or non-government organization, financial relegation had initiated by the Dutch authorities in the early modern period on the year 1610 as short selling which means that the buyer doesn’t own the asset but he borrows it from the seller and returns it back after short time with profit, then the Financial relegation took its development way until it took the form of banks in our days, the 2010 financial crisis had affected the relegation in a positive way as regulators put a fourth substantial number of new strengthened regulations and expanded requirements, 2018 had seen a great focus on legislative agenda towards protecting the consumers and investors and encouraging financial technology innovation, 2019 is going to see big leap in the financial relegation field as Asian investors will continue their 2018 financial vision to make the trajectory of embedding global post-crisis reforms, and make the Asia-pacific outlook the trends navigating guide across the region, in Europe 2019 is expected to be the year of continuity of regulatory terms, As the first half of the year will be finalizing the legislative initiatives to complete the banking Union, strengthen the EMU, and Capital markets Union.
largest technology construction projects in 2019
largest technology construction projects in 2019
London Crossrail:
London Crossrail is the world first continues growing underground system that it extends the railway system with 73 miles (117 kilometers) that links between Berkshire and Buckinghamshire this line holds the name of Elizabeth Line that will be divided into two lines, this huge project expected to cost 23 million Pound, London Crossrail had the approval to start to work on it on 2008 and it’s excepted to launch in autumn 2019.
Benban Solar Park:
Benban solar park will be the world largest photovoltaic power station than expected to generate 1650 (MVP), its located in Upper Egypt particularly in Aswan, the Benban solar park is part of Egypt’s Nubian sun project that aims to be part of generating 20% renewable power of total Egyptian needed power, this Egyptian national project is expected to start working by the end of 2019.
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2019.09.27 12:01 autotldr Wealthy incomers 'changing profile of London's most-deprived areas'

This is the best tl;dr I could make, original reduced by 70%. (I'm a bot)
A surge in the number of wealthy incomers moving into new-build apartments in regenerated neighbourhoods appears to be radically transforming the socio-economic profile of some of London's traditionally most-deprived areas.
In what may be seen partly as a gentrification effect, the latest data show just 1.4% of neighbourhoods in Tower Hamlets were in the 10% most deprived in England compared with 55% in 2004.
The deprivation indices are used to target a range of funding streams, including EU regional development grants and dedicated schools grants, so any change in the deprivation profile of an area could have a financial impact on public services.
As a counterpoint to the changes in London, the indices show the most dense concentrations of deprived neighbourhoods in England are still to be found in the post-industrial areas of the north and north east, such as Middlesbrough, Liverpool and Blackpool.
The least deprived neighbourhood in England is an area close to the village of Prestwood, near Great Missenden in Buckinghamshire, and a few kilometres to the south of the prime minister's country residence at Chequers.
The indices of deprivation measure seven domains of deprivation - including income, employment, health, disability, and education and skills, in each of 32,844 English neighbourhoods, called lower-layer super output areas, which are then ranked relative to other areas.
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2019.08.23 07:09 hikerrambler21 Links to definitive maps for the sake of walk planning & footpath research

Here's a list I've compiled, it's about 90% complete. Visit your area and click on the layers options to call up the local council's official record of Rights of Way.
These are really useful but are often completely buried on council sites, hard to find! Even the OS maps follow their lead, so this is a solid resource. enjoy.
Ps. the highways layers show whether a small lane is a public highway or private road - often important for reaching paths that pass by in a field.
Current Definitive Maps
Bedfordshire Borough of BedfordBedford http://bedford-borough.maps.arcgis.com/apps/webappvieweindex.html?id=874e8da21b074a29b9d2d8fcf6b9c491/
Bedfordshire Central Bedfordshire http://my.centralbedfordshire.gov.uk/?ms=CentralBeds/AllMaps&layers=cbc_boundary_only,row_legal_network&starteasting=512647.49908447&startnorthing=238829.50027466&startzoom=1995/
Berkshire Borough of WokinghamWokingham https://wokingham.maps.arcgis.com/apps/webappvieweindex.html?id=efc4f39c97e54f19989e7a1fa94f5d27/
Berkshire Bracknell Forest http://maps.bracknell-forest.gov.uk/wml/Map.aspx?MapName=RightsOfWay
Berkshire City of London https://www.mapmywalk.com/gb/city-of-london-eng/
Berkshire West Berkshire https://gis1.westberks.gov.uk/ApplicationTemplates/OnlineMap/?vln=PUBLIC%20RIGHTS%20OF%20WAY/
Berkshire Windsor and Maidenhead http://mol.rbwm.gov.uk/mol/map/
Bristol Bristol https://www.bristol.gov.uk/streets-travel/public-rights-of-way-service
Buckinghamshire Aylesbury Vale https://getoutside.ordnancesurvey.co.uk/local/aylesbury-aylesbury-vale
Buckinghamshire Borough of Milton KeynesMilton Keynes https://mapping.milton-keynes.gov.uk/mymiltonkeynes.aspx?MapSource=MiltonKeynes/AllMaps&StartEasting=485085&StartNorthing=239043&StartZoom=3000&o=1&Layers=traffic_transport.highway_adopt
Buckinghamshire Chiltern DistrictChiltern http://62.105.160.24/www.chilternsociety.org.uk/htdocs/shop-maps.php
Buckinghamshire South Bucks https://prow.buckscc.gov.uk/
Buckinghamshire Wycombe DistrictWycombe http://www.westwycombe.org.uk/images/wwy_dm.pdf
Cambridgeshire Cambridge Unknown website
Cambridgeshire East Cambridgeshire https://www.eastcambs.gov.uk/a-to-z/letter-a
Cambridgeshire Fenland DistrictFenland https://getoutside.ordnancesurvey.co.uk/local/the-fens-fenland
Cambridgeshire Huntingdonshire Unknown website
Cambridgeshire South Cambridgeshire https://my.cambridgeshire.gov.uk/myCambridgeshire.aspx?MapSource=CCC /AllMaps&Layers=row,row-TROs&tab=maps
Cheshire Borough of HaltonHalton Unknown website
Cheshire Cheshire East https://maps.cheshireeast.gov.uk/ce/webmapping
Cheshire Cheshire West and Chester Unknown website
Cheshire Warrington https://mapping.warrington.gov.uk/wml/Map.aspx?MapName=WBC
Cornwall Cornwall (district)Cornwall https://www.cornwall.gov.uk/environment-and-planning/countryside/public-rights-of-way/definitive-map-and-statement/
Cornwall Isles of Scilly https://www.visitcornwall.com/places/isles-of-scilly
County DurhamDurham Borough of DarlingtonDarlington https://www.mapmywalk.com/gb/darlington-eng/
County DurhamDurham Borough of HartlepoolHartlepool https://www.mylpg.eu/stations/united-kingdom/station/w-Morrison-Supermarkets-Plc-Hartlepool-1EFEBF69-4AFB-2B79-B742-09B100A62273
County DurhamDurham County Durham (district)County Durham https://maps.durham.gov.uk/OLBasic2/Index.aspx?appid=66
County DurhamDurham/North Yorkshire Borough of Stockton-on-TeesStockton-on-Tees https://maps.stockport.gov.uk/myhouse.aspx
Cumbria Allerdale https://getoutside.ordnancesurvey.co.uk/local/lessonhall-allerdale/
Cumbria Borough of Barrow-in-FurnessBarrow-in-Furness https://www.mapmywalk.com/gb/barrow-in-furness-eng/
Cumbria Borough of CopelandCopeland https://getoutside.ordnancesurvey.co.uk/local/hycemoor-copeland
Cumbria City of CarlisleCarlisle https://www.mapmywalk.com/gb/carlisle-eng/
Cumbria Eden DistrictEden https://www.pocketroutes.co.uk/the-eden-way/
Cumbria South Lakeland https://apps1.wdm.co.uk/Pipcumbriahms/map.aspx?cg=PROW
Derbyshire Amber Valley https://wiki.openstreetmap.org/wiki/Amber_Valley/
Derbyshire Bolsover DistrictBolsover Unknown website
Derbyshire Borough of ErewashErewash Unknown website
Derbyshire Chesterfield https://www.mapmywalk.com/gb/chesterfield-eng/
Derbyshire Derby Unknown website
Derbyshire Derbyshire Dales Unknown website
Derbyshire High Peak, DerbyshireHigh Peak https://www.highpeak.gov.uk/hp/council-services/planning-and-buildings/interactive-planning-map
Derbyshire North East Derbyshire http://cnedramblers.altervista.org/DerbyshireROWos.htm
Derbyshire South Derbyshire Unknown website
Devon East Devon Unknown website
Devon Exeter https://www.mapmywalk.com/gb/exeter-eng/
Devon Mid Devon https://dcc.maps.arcgis.com/apps/webappvieweindex.html?id=e1bcf0f17e0a4b898fb878bb9a55fb7d
Devon North Devon https://map.devon.gov.uk/dccvieweMyLocalPaths/
Devon Plymouth Unknown website
Devon South Hams https://dcc.maps.arcgis.com/apps/webappvieweindex.html?id=e1bcf0f17e0a4b898fb878bb9a55fb7d
Devon Teignbridge Unknown website
Devon Torbay https://www.torbay.gov.uk/gis/findmynearest/
Devon Torridge DistrictTorridge Unknown website
Devon West Devon https://map.devon.gov.uk/dccvieweMyLocalPaths/
Dorset Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole https://getoutside.ordnancesurvey.co.uk/local/poole-bay-bournemouth
Dorset Dorset (unitary authority)Dorset Unknown website
East Riding of Yorkshire East Riding of Yorkshire (district)East Riding of Yorkshire https://www.eastriding.gov.uk/leisure/countryside-and-walks/public-rights-of-way/definitive-map/
East Riding of Yorkshire Kingston upon Hull http://web4.hullcc.gov.uk/HCCinternet/i4lg/pages/main/main.jsp
East Sussex Brighton and Hove https://www.brighton-hove.gov.uk/content/highway-search-information-map
East Sussex Eastbourne https://www.mapmywalk.com/gb/eastbourne-eng/
East Sussex Hastings https://hastings-gis.maps.arcgis.com/apps/webappvieweindex.html?id=4831ccb4e8bc4a90aa83b48982e73340
East Sussex Lewes DistrictLewes Unknown website
East Sussex Rother DistrictRother http://www.rowmaps.com/showmap.php?place=Eckington&map=OS&lat=53.3095&lon=1.35621&lonew=W
East Sussex Wealden DistrictWealden Unknown website
Essex Borough of BasildonBasildon https://www.mapmywalk.com/gb/basildon-eng/
Essex Borough of BrentwoodBrentwood https://www.mapmywalk.com/gb/brentwood-eng/
Essex Borough of ColchesterColchester https://www.mapmywalk.com/gb/colchester-eng/
Essex Braintree DistrictBraintree https://www.mapmywalk.com/gb/braintree-eng/
Essex Castle Point https://getoutside.ordnancesurvey.co.uk/local/south-benfleet-castle-point
Essex City of ChelmsfordChelmsford https://www.mapmywalk.com/gb/chelmsford-eng/
Essex Epping Forest DistrictEpping Forest Unknown website
Essex Harlow https://www.essexhighways.org/Transport-and-Roads/tell-us/Getting-Around/Public-Rights-of-Way/PRoW-Interactive-Map.aspx
Essex Maldon DistrictMaldon Unknown website
Essex Rochford DistrictRochford https://www.essexhighways.org/getting-around/public-rights-of-way/prow-interactive-map.aspx
Essex Southend-on-Sea https://www.essexhighways.org/getting-around/public-rights-of-way/prow-interactive-map.aspx
Essex Tendring DistrictTendring https://www.essexhighways.org/Transport-and-Roads/tell-us/Getting-Around/Public-Rights-of-Way/PRoW-Interactive-Map.aspx
Essex Thurrock Unknown website
Essex Uttlesford https://www.essexhighways.org/Getting-Around/public-rights-of-way/prow-interactive-map.aspx
Gloucestershire Cheltenham https://www.mapmywalk.com/gb/cheltenham-eng/
Gloucestershire Cotswold DistrictCotswold Unknown website
Gloucestershire Forest of Dean DistrictForest of Dean https://www.gloucestershire.gov.uk/highways/public-rights-of-way/rights-of-way-online-map/
Gloucestershire Gloucester https://maps.gloucestershire.gov.uk/MapThatPublic/[email protected]@83
Gloucestershire South Gloucestershire http://www.outdoorswest.org.uk/map/
Gloucestershire Stroud DistrictStroud https://maps.gloucestershire.gov.uk/MapThatPublic/[email protected]@83
Gloucestershire Tewkesbury BoroughTewkesbury Unknown website
Greater London Barking and Dagenham https://www.google.com/maps/d/viewer?ie=UTF8&t=m&oe=UTF8&msa=0&mid=1HloFUdORnp3u3EUZUqwcASxp7q8&ll=51.55562206689571%2C0.1278340000000071&z=12
Greater London City of WestminsterWestminster Unknown website
Greater London Hammersmith and Fulham https://data.gov.uk/data/map-preview?e=-1.34718&n=53.4994&s=52.79&url=http%3A%2F%2Fdata.nottinghamshire.gov.uk%2Fgeoserver%2Fwms%3Frequest%3DGetCapabilities&w=-0.656313
Greater London Haringey https://www.haringey.gov.uk/planning-and-building-control/planning/planning-policy/design-and-conservation/conservation-areas
Greater London Havering https://www.havering.gov.uk/download/downloads/id/2293/map_2_-_romford_hornchurch_upminster_rainham.pdf
Greater London London Borough of BarnetBarnet https://www.mapmywalk.com/gb/barnet-eng/
Greater London London Borough of BexleyBexley https://www.open-walks.co.uk/Directory/Bexley/3337-Bexley-Definitive-Map/View-details.html
Greater London London Borough of BrentBrent https://www.pinns.co.uk/devon/southbrent.html
Greater London London Borough of BromleyBromley https://www.bromley.gov.uk/homepage/242/public_rights_of_way_in_bromley_-_location_map
Greater London London Borough of CamdenCamden Unknown website
Greater London London Borough of CroydonCroydon https://www.croydon.gov.uk/transportandstreets/rhps/prwenforce
Greater London London Borough of EalingEaling Unknown website
Greater London London Borough of EnfieldEnfield Unknown website
Greater London London Borough of GreenwichGreenwich Unknown website
Greater London London Borough of HackneyHackney Unknown website
Greater London London Borough of HarrowHarrow http://lbhillingdon.maps.arcgis.com/apps/View/index.html?appid=91b11349f29f40ec9770eba1108229ae
Greater London London Borough of HillingdonHillingdon Unknown website
Greater London London Borough of HounslowHounslow https://maps.hounslow.gov.uk/map/Aurora.svc/run?script=%5CAurora%5CFind_your_nearest_Highways_Register.AuroraScript%24&nocache=1720418021&resize=always
Greater London London Borough of IslingtonIslington https://mapapp.islington.gov.uk/mapthatv3/Default.aspx
Greater London London Borough of LambethLambeth https://www.lambeth.gov.uk/elections-and-council/about-lambeth/map-of-lambeth-council-services
Greater London London Borough of LewishamLewisham http://interactivemap.lewisham.gov.uk/MapThatWebTest/Default.aspx
Greater London London Borough of MertonMerton Unknown website
Greater London London Borough of RedbridgeRedbridge https://my.redbridge.gov.uk/map
Greater London London Borough of SouthwarkSouthwark Unknown website
Greater London London Borough of SuttonSutton Unknown website
Greater London London Borough of WandsworthWandsworth Unknown website
Greater London Newham https://www.newham.gov.uk/Documents/Transport%20and%20streets/ActiveNewhamCyclingMap.pdf
Greater London Richmond upon Thames https://gis.richmond.gov.uk/webmap/prow_01.aspx
Greater London Royal Borough of Kensington and ChelseaKensington and Chelsea https://www.google.com/maps/d/embed?mid=17MdNwRzLV8HjO02ew2hNr1TqAQ8&msa=0&ie=UTF8&t=h&ll=51.49678768591865%2C-0.17316339500280264&spn=0.149645%2C0.662613&z=13&output=embed
Greater London Royal Borough of Kingston upon ThamesKingston upon Thames https://maps.kingston.gov.uk/maps/MapPage.aspx?map=boroughMap
Greater London Tower Hamlets https://www.iow.gov.uk/rightsofwaymaps/
Greater London Waltham Forest Unknown website
Greater Manchester City of SalfordSalford Unknown website
Greater Manchester Manchester https://mappinggm.org.uk/gmodin/Unknownos_maps_light/10/53.5069/-2.3201
Greater Manchester Metropolitan Borough of BoltonBolton https://maps.bolton.gov.uk/residents/mybolton.aspx?tab=maps&MapSource=Bolton/AllMaps
Greater Manchester Metropolitan Borough of BuryBury https://www.mapmywalk.com/gb/bury-eng/
Greater Manchester Metropolitan Borough of OldhamOldham https://data.gov.uk/data/map-preview?url=http%3A%2F%2Finspire.oldham.gov.uk%3A8080%2Fgeoserver%2Fwms%3Fservice%3DWMS%26request%3DGetCapabilities&wfsurl=https%3A%2F%2Fdata.gov.uk%2Fdata%2Fwfs&resid=1446f927-9975-49f6-b212-684efe0a1835&resname=Highway+Recor
Greater Manchester Metropolitan Borough of RochdaleRochdale Unknown website
Greater Manchester Metropolitan Borough of StockportStockport https://www.stockport.gov.uk/stockport-public-rights-of-way/prow-map
Greater Manchester Metropolitan Borough of WiganWigan https://wigan.maps.arcgis.com/apps/webappvieweindex.html?id=4f7b5595301a44abbef5bd1161ee94bd
Greater Manchester Tameside http://webgis2.tameside.gov.uk/planaccess/planaccess.asp?theme=Rights%20of%20Way&easting=394425&northing=399290&zoom=1000
Greater Manchester Trafford https://mappinggm.org.uk/gmodin/Unknownos_maps_light/10/53.4917/-2.3154
Hampshire (all districts covered) {{official websitehttp://localviewmaps.hants.gov.uk/LocalViewMaps/Sites/ROWOnline/}}
Hampshire Basingstoke and Deane https://www.oldmapsonline.org/en/Basingstoke_and_Deane
Hampshire Borough of EastleighEastleigh https://www.mapmywalk.com/gb/eastleigh-eng/
Hampshire Borough of FarehamFareham https://www.mapmywalk.com/gb/fareham-eng/
Hampshire Borough of HavantHavant Unknown website
Hampshire City of WinchesterWinchester Unknown website
Hampshire East Hampshire http://localviewmaps.hants.gov.uk/LocalViewMaps/Sites/ROWOnline/
Hampshire Gosport Unknown website
Hampshire Hart (district)Hart https://www.bracknell-forest.gov.uk/sites/default/files/documents/sheet-5-second-consolidated-definitive-map-prow.pdf
Hampshire New Forest DistrictNew Forest https://osmaps.ordnancesurvey.co.uk/50.85580063,-1.58605129,15
Hampshire Portsmouth https://www.portsmouth.gov.uk/ext/documents-external/trv-provisional-definitive-map1.pdf
Hampshire Rushmoor http://localviewmaps.hants.gov.uk/LocalViewMaps/Sites/ROWOnline/
Hampshire Southampton https://www.southampton.gov.uk/roads-parking/roads/rights-way-map.aspx
Hampshire Test Valley http://localviewmaps.hants.gov.uk/LocalViewMaps/Sites/ROWOnline/
Herefordshire Herefordshire https://www.herefordshire.gov.uk/info/200136/travel_and_transport/716/highways_and_public_rights_of_way_map
Hertfordshire Borough of BroxbourneBroxbourne https://www.broxbourne.gov.uk/resident-environment/public-rights-way
Hertfordshire Dacorum Unknown website
Hertfordshire East Hertfordshire Unknown website
Hertfordshire Hertsmere Unknown website
Hertfordshire North Hertfordshire https://webmaps.hertfordshire.gov.uk/row/row.htm
Hertfordshire St Albans City and DistrictSt Albans https://webmaps.hertfordshire.gov.uk/row/row.htm?layers=1:0,1,2,3,4
Hertfordshire Stevenage https://webmaps.hertfordshire.gov.uk/row/row.htm?layers=1:0,1,2,3,4
Hertfordshire Three Rivers DistrictThree Rivers Unknown website
Hertfordshire Watford Unknown website
Hertfordshire Welwyn Hatfield Unknown website
Isle of Wight Isle of Wight https://www.iow.gov.uk/rightsofwaymaps/
Kent Borough of AshfordAshford https://www.google.com/maps/d/viewer?ie=UTF8&hl=en&msa=0&ll=51.082390999999994%2C0.8380509999999504&spn=0.075487%2C0.145912&z=12&source=embed&mid=1aZkEqVchzz9lP1p7YzI10lAQ_ZY/
Kent Borough of DartfordDartford https://www.mapmywalk.com/gb/dartford-eng/
Kent Borough of MaidstoneMaidstone Unknown website
Kent Borough of SwaleSwale Unknown website
Kent Borough of Tunbridge WellsTunbridge Wells Unknown website
Kent City of CanterburyCanterbury https://www.mapmywalk.com/gb/canterbury-eng/
Kent Dover DistrictDover https://www.mapmywalk.com/gb/dover-eng/
Kent Folkestone & Hythe DistrictFolkestone and Hythe https://www.mapmywalk.com/gb/folkestone-eng/
Kent Gravesham http://webapps.kent.gov.uk/KCC.Libraries.Web.Sites.Public/LibraryDetails.aspx?aid=0&lid=41&uprn=100062311356
Kent Medway Unknown website
Kent Sevenoaks DistrictSevenoaks https://webapps.kent.gov.uk/countrysideaccesscams/standardmap.aspx
Kent Thanet DistrictThanet Unknown website
Kent Tonbridge and Malling Unknown website
Lancashire Blackburn with Darwen Unknown website
Lancashire Blackpool https://www.blackpool.gov.uk/Residents/Parking-roads-and-transport/Roadworks-and-road-maintenance/Public-rights-of-way.aspx
Lancashire Borough of BurnleyBurnley https://www.mapmywalk.com/gb/burnley-eng/
Lancashire Borough of ChorleyChorley https://www.mapmywalk.com/gb/chorley-eng/
Lancashire Borough of FyldeFylde Unknown website
Lancashire Borough of PendlePendle Unknown website
Lancashire Borough of RossendaleRossendale https://www.lancashire.gov.uk/roads-parking-and-travel/public-rights-of-way/public-rights-of-way-map/
Lancashire Borough of WyreWyre Unknown website
Lancashire City of LancasterLancaster Unknown website
Lancashire City of Preston, LancashirePreston Unknown website
Lancashire Hyndburn Unknown website
Lancashire Peterborough https://peterborough.maps.arcgis.com/apps/webappvieweindex.html?id=3db1985200a7427facb9b7ea2f6126fa
Lancashire Ribble Valley http://mario.lancashire.gov.uk/agsmario/default.aspx
Lancashire South Ribble https://www.lancashire.gov.uk/roads-parking-and-travel/public-rights-of-way/public-rights-of-way-map/
Lancashire West Lancashire http://mario.lancashire.gov.uk/agsmario/default.aspx
Leicestershire Blaby DistrictBlaby https://www.mapmywalk.com/gb/blaby-eng/
Leicestershire Borough of CharnwoodCharnwood https://getoutside.ordnancesurvey.co.uk/local/charnwood-forest-charnwood
Leicestershire Borough of MeltonMelton https://www.milton-keynes.gov.uk/leisure-tourism-and-culture/parks-and-open-spaces/rights-of-way
Leicestershire Harborough DistrictHarborough https://www.leicestershire.gov.uk/roads-and-travel/cycling-and-walking/where-to-walk-in-leicestershire
Leicestershire Hinckley and Bosworth Unknown website
Leicestershire Leicester https://www.leicestershire.gov.uk/roads-and-travel/cycling-and-walking/where-to-walk-in-leicestershire
Leicestershire North West Leicestershire https://www.leicestershire.gov.uk/roads-and-travel/cycling-and-walking/where-to-walk-in-leicestershire
Leicestershire Oadby and Wigston Unknown website
Lincolnshire Borough of BostonBoston Unknown website
Lincolnshire East Lindsey https://www.open-walks.co.uk/Directory/East-Lindsey/
Lincolnshire Lincoln, EnglandLincoln http://row.lincolnshire.gov.uk/map.aspx?act=Walking
Lincolnshire North East Lincolnshire http://row.lincolnshire.gov.uk/map.aspx?act=Walking
Lincolnshire North Kesteven https://aurora.central-lincs.org.uk/map/Aurora.svc/run?script=%5cShared+Services%5cJPU%5cJPUJS.AuroraScript%24&nocache=1206308816&resize=always
Lincolnshire North Lincolnshire http://row.lincolnshire.gov.uk/map.aspx?act=Walking
Lincolnshire South Holland, LincolnshireSouth Holland http://row.lincolnshire.gov.uk/map.aspx?act=Walking
Lincolnshire South Kesteven http://row.lincolnshire.gov.uk/map.aspx?act=Motorists
Lincolnshire West Lindsey Unknown website
Merseyside Liverpool Unknown website
Merseyside Metropolitan Borough of KnowsleyKnowsley https://highways.knowsley.gov.uk/
Merseyside Metropolitan Borough of SeftonSefton http://maps.sefton.gov.uk/webmaplayers/
Merseyside Metropolitan Borough of St HelensSt Helens Unknown website
Merseyside Metropolitan Borough of WirralWirral Unknown website
Norfolk Borough of Great YarmouthGreat Yarmouth http://maps.norfolk.gov.uk/highways/
Norfolk Breckland DistrictBreckland Unknown website
Norfolk Broadland https://www.open-walks.co.uk/Directory/Broadland/
Norfolk King's Lynn and West Norfolk https://maps.norfolk.gov.uk/highways/
Norfolk North Norfolk https://maps.norfolk.gov.uk/highways/
Norfolk Norwich https://ncc.maps.arcgis.com/apps/webappvieweindex.html?id=7ff6d4cdf8ca4d70b50e935fec378e11
Norfolk South Norfolk https://apps1.wdm.co.uk/Pipcumbriahms/map.aspx?cg=PROW
North Yorkshire Borough of HarrogateHarrogate https://www.alamy.com/stock-photo-road-map-of-yorkshire-england-showing-the-harrogate-and-wetherby-area-99673285.html
North Yorkshire Craven https://getoutside.ordnancesurvey.co.uk/local/thornton-in-craven-craven
North Yorkshire Hambleton DistrictHambleton https://maps.northyorks.gov.uk/connect/analyst/?mapcfg=Out_and_About
North Yorkshire Middlesbrough http://rightsofway.middlesbrough.gov.uk/standardmap.aspx
North Yorkshire Redcar and Cleveland https://www.redcar-cleveland.gov.uk/resident/Pages/MyRedcar.aspx
North Yorkshire Richmondshire Unknown website
North Yorkshire Ryedale https://maps.northyorks.gov.uk/connect/analyst/?mapcfg=Out_and_About
North Yorkshire Scarborough (borough)Scarborough https://maps.northyorks.gov.uk/connect/analyst/?mapcfg=Out_and_About
North Yorkshire Selby DistrictSelby https://maps.northyorks.gov.uk/connect/analyst/?mapcfg=Out_and_About
North Yorkshire York https://cyc.maps.arcgis.com/apps/Embed/index.html?webmap=4c8549252c45409e9efd3b594aa2944c&extent=-1.3353,53.8604,-0.7353,54.0616&home=true&zoom=true&scale=true&search=true&searchextent=false&details=true&legend=true&active_panel=legend&theme=light
Northamptonshire Borough of KetteringKettering Unknown website
Northamptonshire Borough of WellingboroughWellingborough Unknown website
Northamptonshire Corby https://www.mapmywalk.com/gb/corby-eng/
Northamptonshire Daventry DistrictDaventry https://www.mapmywalk.com/gb/daventry-eng/
Northamptonshire East Northamptonshire https://maps.northamptonshire.gov.uk/Unknownx=479000,y=269000,zoom=0,base=NCC,layers=,search=,fade=false,mX=0,mY=0
Northamptonshire Northampton http://maps.northamptonshire.gov.uk/
Northamptonshire South Northamptonshire http://maps.northamptonshire.gov.uk/
Northumberland Northumberland https://data.gov.uk/data/map-preview?e=-1.440826&n=55.845868&s=54.771536&url=http%3A%2F%2Fgis.northumberland.gov.uk%2Farcgis%2Fservices%2FLiveServices%2FPROW%2FMapServer%2FWMSServer%3F&w=-2.694106
Nottinghamshire Ashfield, NottinghamshireAshfield https://getoutside.ordnancesurvey.co.uk/local/kirkby-in-ashfield-ashfield
Nottinghamshire Bassetlaw DistrictBassetlaw https://getoutside.ordnancesurvey.co.uk/local/tiln-bassetlaw
Nottinghamshire Borough of BroxtoweBroxtowe Unknown website
Nottinghamshire Borough of GedlingGedling Unknown website
Nottinghamshire Mansfield DistrictMansfield Unknown website
Nottinghamshire Newark and Sherwood https://osmaps.ordnancesurvey.co.uk/53.07580185,-0.80773676,15
Nottinghamshire Nottingham Unknown website
Nottinghamshire Rushcliffe Unknown website
Oxfordshire Cherwell DistrictCherwell Unknown website
Oxfordshire Oxford https://publicrightsofway.oxfordshire.gov.uk/Web/standardmap.aspx
Oxfordshire South Oxfordshire https://publicrightsofway.oxfordshire.gov.uk/Web/standardmap.aspx
Oxfordshire Vale of White Horse https://publicrightsofway.oxfordshire.gov.uk/Web/standardmap.aspx
Oxfordshire West Oxfordshire https://publicrightsofway.oxfordshire.gov.uk/Web/standardmap.aspx
Rutland Rutland Unknown website
Shropshire Shropshire (district)Shropshire https://shropshire.maps.arcgis.com/apps/webappvieweindex.html?id=00a0e03e79ee453ab6b787961ab192ec
Shropshire Telford and Wrekin Unknown website
Somerset Bath and North East Somerset https://www.bathnes.gov.uk/services/streets-and-highway-maintenance/public-rights-way/definitive-map-and-statement
Somerset Mendip DistrictMendip http://map.n-somerset.gov.uk/dande.html
Somerset North Somerset http://map.n-somerset.gov.uk/dande.html
Somerset Sedgemoor Unknown website
Somerset Somerset West and Taunton Unknown website
Somerset South Somerset Unknown website
South Yorkshire Metropolitan Borough of BarnsleyBarnsley https://www.barnsley.gov.uk/services/parks-and-open-spaces/public-footpaths-and-rights-of-way/public-rights-of-way/
South Yorkshire Metropolitan Borough of DoncasterDoncaster http://www.doncaster.gov.uk/maps/walking-map
South Yorkshire Metropolitan Borough of RotherhamRotherham https://www.rotherham.gov.uk/homepage/219/public_ways
South Yorkshire Sheffield http://www.rowmaps.com/showmap.php?place=Eckington&map=OS&lat=53.3095&lon=1.35621&lonew=W
Staffordshire Borough of Newcastle-under-LymeNewcastle-under-Lyme https://www.viamichelin.com/web/Maps/Map-Newcastle_under_Lyme-_-Staffordshire-United_Kingdom
Staffordshire Borough of StaffordStafford https://apps2.staffordshire.gov.uk/WEB/OnTheMap/RuralAccess
Staffordshire Borough of TamworthTamworth http://www.tamworth.gov.uk/sites/default/files/planning_docs/golf_course/Plans/Golf_Course_Public_Rights_of_Way.pdf
Staffordshire Cannock Chase DistrictCannock Chase Unknown website
Staffordshire East Staffordshire https://www.staffordshire.gov.uk/environment/RightsofWay/Footpaths-bridleways.aspx
Staffordshire Lichfield DistrictLichfield https://data.gov.uk/data/map-preview?e=-1.586014&n=52.810899&s=52.58676&url=http%3A%2F%2Fgis.lichfielddc.gov.uk%2Farcgis%2Fservices%2FPUBLIC%2FInspireLDC%2FMapServer%2FWMSServer%3Frequest%3DGetCapabilities%26service%3DWMS&w=-1.96406
Staffordshire South Staffordshire https://www.staffordshire.gov.uk/environment/RightsofWay/Footpaths-bridleways.aspx
Staffordshire Staffordshire Moorlands http://publicaccess.staffsmoorlands.gov.uk/portal/servlets/AttachmentShowServlet?ImageName=197816
Staffordshire Stoke-on-Trent https://www.staffordshire.gov.uk/environment/RightsofWay/Footpaths-bridleways.aspx
Suffolk Babergh https://getoutside.ordnancesurvey.co.uk/local/hadleigh-babergh/
Suffolk East Suffolk (district)East Suffolk Unknown website
Suffolk Ipswich https://www.ipswich.gov.uk/sites/default/files/definitive_rights_of_way_map_-_east.pdf
Suffolk Mid Suffolk Unknown website
Suffolk West Suffolk (district)West Suffolk Unknown website
Surrey Borough of ElmbridgeElmbridge Unknown website
Surrey Borough of GuildfordGuildford Unknown website
Surrey Borough of RunnymedeRunnymede Unknown website
Surrey Borough of SpelthorneSpelthorne http://surreymaps.surreycc.gov.uk/public/viewer.asp
Surrey Borough of WaverleyWaverley Unknown website
Surrey Borough of WokingWoking Unknown website
Surrey Epsom and Ewell https://getoutside.ordnancesurvey.co.uk/local/epsom-epsom-and-ewell
Surrey Mole Valley https://maps.molevalley.gov.uk/?tab=maps
Surrey Reigate and Banstead Unknown website
Surrey Surrey Heath http://surreymaps.surreycc.gov.uk/public/viewer.asp
Surrey Tandridge DistrictTandridge Unknown website
Tyne and Wear City of SunderlandSunderland Unknown website
Tyne and Wear Metropolitan Borough of GatesheadGateshead Unknown website
Tyne and Wear Newcastle upon Tyne https://community.newcastle.gov.uk/mapping/prowmap-mapUnknowntop
Tyne and Wear North Tyneside Unknown website
Tyne and Wear North Warwickshire http://maps.warwickshire.gov.uk/rightsofway/
Tyne and Wear South Tyneside Unknown website
Warwickshire (all districts covered) {{official websitehttp://maps.warwickshire.gov.uk/rightsofway/}}
Warwickshire Borough of RugbyRugby Unknown website
Warwickshire Nuneaton and Bedworth https://osmaps.ordnancesurvey.co.uk/
Warwickshire Stratford-on-Avon DistrictStratford-on-Avon http://maps.warwickshire.gov.uk/rightsofway/
Warwickshire Warwick DistrictWarwick Unknown website
West Midlands (county)West Midlands Birmingham http://www.birminghamramblers.org.uk/index.php?page=onlinemap
West Midlands (county)West Midlands Coventry https://www.coventry-walks.org.uk/maps/set-of-maps.htm
West Midlands (county)West Midlands Metropolitan Borough of DudleyDudley https://mapping.dudley.gov.uk/custom/urban-and-rural-paths.asp
West Midlands (county)West Midlands Metropolitan Borough of SolihullSolihull http://www.solihull.gov.uk/Portals/0/LeisureParksEvents/Cycling_and_Walking_foldout_map.pdf
West Midlands (county)West Midlands Metropolitan Borough of WalsallWalsall Unknown website
West Midlands (county)West Midlands Sandwell Unknown website
West Midlands (county)West Midlands Wolverhampton Unknown website
West Sussex Adur DistrictAdur https://www.adur-worthing.gov.uk/maps/general-map/
West Sussex Arun DistrictArun https://www1.arun.gov.uk/webapps/wml/Map.aspx?MapName=StrategicSites
West Sussex Chichester DistrictChichester https://www.mapmywalk.com/gb/chichester-eng/
West Sussex Crawley https://www.mapmywalk.com/gb/crawley-eng/
West Sussex Horsham DistrictHorsham https://www.francisfrith.com/horsham/map-of-horsham-1940_npo740790
West Sussex Mid Sussex https://www.westsussex.gov.uk/land-waste-and-housing/public-paths-and-the-countryside/public-rights-of-way/public-rights-of-way-imap/imap/
West Sussex Worthing Unknown website
West Yorkshire Calderdale https://www.calderdale.gov.uk/v2/maps
West Yorkshire City of BradfordBradford https://cbmdc.maps.arcgis.com/apps/webappvieweindex.html?id=96f405cabeff443f820ac0c7df8fd658
West Yorkshire City of LeedsLeeds https://www.arcgis.com/apps/webappvieweindex.html?id=fef90bd138bf48e19e3076a81366d3d3
West Yorkshire City of WakefieldWakefield Unknown website
West Yorkshire Kirklees http://maps.kirklees.gov.uk/PublicRightsofWay/map.aspx
Wiltshire Borough of SwindonSwindon https://www.arcgis.com/apps/webappvieweindex.html?id=43d5a86a545046b2b59fd7dd49d89d22
Wiltshire Wiltshire (district)Wiltshire http://wiltscouncil.maps.arcgis.com/apps/webappvieweindex.html?id=43d5a86a545046b2b59fd7dd49d89d22
Worcestershire Bromsgrove DistrictBromsgrove https://www.mapmywalk.com/gb/bromsgrove-eng/
Worcestershire Malvern Hills DistrictMalvern Hills https://gis.worcestershire.gov.uk/website/Countryside/
Worcestershire Redditch Unknown website
Worcestershire Worcester https://gis.worcestershire.gov.uk/website/Countryside/
Worcestershire Wychavon Unknown website
Worcestershire Wyre Forest DistrictWyre Forest Unknown website
Edit - alphabetised.
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2019.06.16 19:37 AlonePlatypus Taskmaster task settings

A continued thread from a few months ago that I got weirdly obsessed with.
Source: Taskmaster Locations Credit to Player_15
The tasks tend to either be set in London or Alex Horne's (and my) home county of Buckinghamshire.
*Note, when I say signature location, that means there are lots of tasks performed in that setting in a single series

The Locations (in order of appearance)
The Grand Credit to eminost
Before we saw the Taskmaster house, we met our host, assistant, and contestants in this venue in Clapham. Only used for the First series and features the prizes to be won in constant view above the contenders' heads.

The Taskmaster House Credit to Player_15
This is, of course, the central location in all series of the UK series. Located in London, next to the Dukes Meadows Golf Course. This building is rented by UKTV whenever a series is being filmed. A short walk leads to a River Thames that has appeared quite frequently.

Eden Shopping Centre Credit to MatyFTM
The main shopping centre in High Wycombe, it has been four years so I can attest that the sweet store and Mishake that appears in the background have been replaced with a Sblended. The setting of the "High-Five a fifty-five-year-old" task.

University of Westminster Sports Ground Credit to adinade
While the alcove at the east is used more frequently, this large space was used when performing the tasks that required way more land then the house could provide. Used to draw pictures with a GPS and Bob threw a balloon full of his urine onto it.

The Bandstands Credit to Player_15
Probably the second most frequent Task setting, east of the Taskmaster House. Did not appear in series 8 and had a cameo in series 9 in the computer game ad breaks.

Tennis Court Credit to adinade
Very close to the TM House. Josh, Roisen, and Romesh made a bed here but uniquely, Frank and Tim did their version of the task in Bandstand instead.

Fountain Studios Credit to Isit1981
The studio segments for series 2 and 3 were filmed here. The site closed down and production moved to Pinewood Studios.

The Big Hill Credit to Player_15
"Northala Fields. Multiple hills but I think it's the second one if you count west-to-east." Location of the "Get these exercise balls on the exercise mat on the hill"

Chesham Town Hall Credit to roysvork
Impress the Mayor task, next to the Sainsbury's that Joe W. must have bought the lager and Calippos from.

Shopping Trolley Stream
On the river Misbourne in Old Amersham. This is home to Doc Brown's iconic realisation that there are two bridges.

The Running Track Credit to brrrilliant
The signature location of series 3. Barn Elms Playing Fields, a short drive from the TM house. (I hope they cleaned the poo)

Pinewood Studios Credit to mgush
From series 4 onwards, the studio tasks have been filmed in this location. Literally, hundreds of movies and TV shows are filmed here, including some of my favourites: Doctor Strange, Stardust and Harry Potter.

Chesham United Football Club Credit to Player_15
The signature location of series 4. Set in Alex's home town of Chesham.

Chiltern Ridge Credit to Gr00vyMini
An Apple Orchard on the outskirts of Chesham. You can visit it during the harvest and juice your own. "Lolly filmed the gathering chickens task first but then the UK had a bird flu scare before anyone else could film and all birds had to be enclosed due to countrywide legislation and the dog task was used instead." (Gr00vyMini, 2019)

Baby Gap
On Chiswick High Road where Mel took the camel to.

The Beach Credit to Starlord1990
The signature location of series 5. Frensham Great Pond, tasks were also completed in the fields around it.

Sports ground alcove
A signature location of series 8 but first appearing as the start of the wardrobe task in series 6. The area is on the University of Westminster's sports ground, separated only but a wall of trees from the rest of the sports ground. It is a 20 minute walk from TM House if you get distracted by a tree halfway. Source: Liza.

The Guide Hut
One of the two signature locations of series 6. In Chesham, not much else to say since it's mostly just a space to be rented.

The Black Horse Inn Credit to Gr00vyMini Proof
The second signature location of series 6. Not much to say except the menu looks good,

J P S Stationers
In Chesham, Tim bought his supplies for his punny outfit here.

Woodrow High House Credit to Spratzilla and byrdan
Signature location of series 7. On the connecting road between Hazlemere and Amersham. Uniquely, there seems to be no location that was used twice and you'd be forgiven for thinking that they were different locations entirely. Source

Buckinghamshire Railway Centre proof
A Signature location of series 8. On the outskirts of Aylesbury, it is a museum that focuses on (shockingly) the railway. You could have a wedding there if you wanted to.

Living Props Credit to Josh22ha
The Signature location of series 9. From what I believed to be an ordinary garden centre actually turns out to be one of the UK's largest providers of props in films and TV. It is near Pineward Studios, where they film the studio segments.

The Chickpea Church
Kingsway Store is where David Baddiel found the family that gave birth to the chickpea Jesus... I think... I'll be honest I had no idea what he was trying to do.

Non-UK Locations
Westlake Village Town Hall
Location of the US's "Impress this Mayor" Task. I assume the TM house is close but I have no idea where it is.

Unknown locations
Stables (series 1)
Squash court (series 1)
The Marketing task (series 4 promotion) This area
The US TM House (Taskmaster US)
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2019.05.03 16:56 SubaruToyotaFan1986 How many of us on here are against a cashless society and does anyone feel it's going to be inevitable?

I am against a cashless society for numerous reasons:
In my opinion, these are the disadvantages of a cashless society
Maybe I'm a little old-fashioned in this regard when it comes to cash, but the moral I was taught by my parents and Martin Lewis still rings true (I know this is not an /personalfinance post*).
In this discussion, I'm interested to hear your opinions on the dangers of a cashless society.
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2018.06.21 19:01 MovedFeast Cambridge Regional Data and Access - David Lammy

In the David Lammy Oxbridge investigation (https://www.davidlammy.co.uk/single-post/2017/10/20/Oxbridge-access-data).
He states:
University of Cambridge made 4817 offers (27.3% of total offers) to applicants from the top eight local authority areas (Hertfordshire, Kent, Surrey, Oxfordshire, Hampshire, Buckinghamshire, Essex, Cambridgeshire) , whereas applicants from the eight local authority areas with the fewest offers (Sandwell, Rochdale, Knowsley, Blaenau Gwent, Halton, Merthyr Tydfil, Torfaen and Neath Port Talbot) received just 8 offers (0.0005% of total offers)
Has anyone seen/looked into this data relative to the population of the local authority areas?
From what I can find the population of some local authorities (Kent is 1,540,400) is a lot higher than others (Merthyr Tydfil is 59,714)
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2018.01.20 16:17 cryptoflorin MEDICALCHAIN REVIEW

A lot of people are talking about this project and as a potential investor i decided to run some checks on it and see if it's worth. Everyone is pumped about it but after a closer look I'm not sure it's worth its price. Therefore let's have a look at the facts :
Medicalchain.com LTD
The company was incorporated on 28/06/2017 under the name MEDICALCHAIN.IO LTD as a private company limited by ordinary shares.
Three directors are appointed: Mr. Mohammed Tayeb, Mr. Abdullah Dafir Albeyatti and Mr. Bara Mustafa.
The initial shareholdings (total of 999) are split in 3 equal parts:
1/3 (333) owned by Mr. Abdullah Dafir Albeyatti
1/3 (333) owned by Mr. Bara Mustafa
1/3 (333) owned by XL CAPITAL VENTURES LTD (owned by Mohammed Tayeb and Omar Tayeb)
At 24/07/2017 the number of shares is increased to 1332, with XL CAPITAL VENTURES LTD holding 666 ordinary shares.
At 13/08/2017 XL CAPITAL VENTURES LTD cease to be a shareholder, with MR Mohammed Tayeb now holding the 666 shares previously held by XL Capital.
At 14/08/2018 MEDICALCHAIN.IO LTD becomes MEDICALCHAIN.COM LTD
Below you can find a bit about every member of the team starting with the top dogs.
MOHAMMED TAYEB :: Director
MR MOHAMMED TAYEB description taken from medicalchain.com.
Mr. Mohammed Tayeb is a Partner at Hearn Capital Limited. Mr. Tayeb co-founded ReadyCache. In 2010, he headed up the development side of morethan.com. During his time there, Mr. Tayeb architected and developed a system to drive down online fraud, saving its over £40 million. Prior to that, he ran a boutique consultancy business in the field of mobile web and application development. Together with his brother and Co-Founder, they own over eight games and utility applications on the Apple and Google Play apps market, with over 10 million downloads. Mr. Tayeb is an internet entrepreneur, investor, and founder of several technology and e-commerce start-ups. As well being a Partner in Hearn Capital, he is also a Non-Executive Director on the board of Salic. Mr. Tayeb specializes in bringing together technological efficiencies to the business world. He has a degree in e-commerce from Brunel University and an Executive MBA from the University of Oxford.
I’ve done an extensive background check and noticed that Mr Mohammed Tayeb has had his fingers in many pies since 2010 being appointed director in and out of more than 15 companies. I am not sure if I would trust him with my money as it looks like he cant commit to something for a longer period of time.
Below you can find part of his work history:
MONSTER TECHNOLOGIES LTD :: Director since 9 January 2017 :: Active - no information found
HEARN CAPITAL LIMITED :: Director since 21 January 2016 :: Active
The company is owned from background by Influential (Holdings) Limited owning more than 50% of shares with a total equity of £1.7 mil.
Basically Influential Holding has lent Hearn Capital 1.2 million to invest in different companies. To me it looks like Mohammed has no skin in this as Influential Holdings Limited is owned by Mr Andrew Richardson and Mr John Edward Simpson.
GOODSHAW CAPITAL MANAGEMENT LTD :: Director since 6 January 2016 :: Company still active Dormant company aka not carrying any business activity
DYNISTICS LIMITED :: Director since 03/03/2015 :: Company still active
Acquisition of Dynistics https://www.dynistics.com/ :: a software company that Hearncapital bought in 2015 which counts colleges, NHS Foundation Trusts and recruitment agencies as clients.
Link for acquisition:https://www.insidermedia.com/insidemidlands/141513-hearn-capital-buys-solihull-software-company
Dynistics is listed as a “small company” and the directors have elected not to include a copy of the profit and loss account within the financial statements. Total equity registered at the end of 2016 : £16.557
SALIC(UK)Limited :: Director since 22/01/2015 :: Company still active
Saudi Agricultural and Livestock investment company: this company belongs to Ministry Of Finance (Saudi Arabia) and financed with over 300 million pounds in capital and 75% or more ownership.
The Travel booking Company LTD :: Director since 19/11/2014 : Dissolved 29/03/2016
XL Capital Investment LTD :: Director 17/03/2014 :: Dissolved : 04/07/2017 - no other information found
Global Labs Technology Limited :: Director since 10/12/2013 –Dissolved : 18/07/2016 - No record, probably westernlabs.com which has no track record nor an online presence
Ready Cache Technologies LTD :: Director since 01/10/2013 :: Dissolved : 04/07/2017 - ReadyCache is a website that accelerates your online content and delivers the best possible speeds to you.
Pepperstone Limited :: Director 13/02/2017 – 22/06/2017 :: Resigned (former 123FX.COM LTD)
Pepperstone acquired 123FX.COM LTD what is now its UK subsidiary from Mohammed Tayeb, who alongside his broker Omar Tayeb established an FCA regulated shell with plans to launch a retail forex brokerage called 123FX.com. The business was never launched, and instead was sold to Pepperstone in late 2015.
Pepperstone has suspended trading for clients in its UK subsidiary as the company is making some changes to its management structure and processes, and bringing on some additional resources in its UK office. To comply with its FCA obligations Pepperstone has had to temporarily suspend trading in the UK until all of the changes are complete and the additional resources are in place.
http://www.checkdirector.co.uk/directomohammed-tayeb/ https://www.leaprate.com/forex/brokers/pepperstone-swaps-phil-horner-mohammed-tayeb-board-uk-fx-relaunch/
Some other companies he had been involved with:
• Director House of Choice Stores LTD :: 2013 – 2016 Disolved
• Director XI Capital Ventures LTD :: 2014-2017 Disolved
• Director UR Trading :: 2002 – 2010 Disolved
• Director LOVEFRAGRANCE INTERNATIONAL LTD :: 2012 – Dissolved 2013
• Director DAR FIRST LIMITED :: 2007 – Dissolved 2011
• Director BLACKSTONE E-COMMERCE LIMITED :: 2011 – Dissolved 2013
All this information can be found at https://beta.companieshouse.gov.uk/ . You just lookup his name or company names and access the records.
** Mr. Abdullah Dafir Albeyatti :: Director**
Enthusiastic doctor with a wide range of skills and interests. Currently completing my general practice training in Leeds. Previous surgical trainee in the London Deanery. My ambition is to continue improving as a doctor and to develop myself in other fields of medicine and aesthetic training.
He is also the founder of dischargesummary.co.uk. The website is described as a website designed to streamline and lessen the work load placed on junior doctors by standardising the content of discharge summaries produced when a patient is discharged from hospital. This platform has allowed hospital departments to establish quality assurance and accurately produce reliable discharge summaries to effectively commute between hospital and community medicine.
I checked the website and 3 out of 6 features are under development. The site is now redirected to https://ds.medicalchain.com/
Mr. Bara Mustafa :: DirectoCTO
There is no mention of Mr Bara Mustafa on the mediclchain.com which is weird as he is one of the directors and shareholder. It looks like Mr Bara occupation is CTO, which surely would be of interested to the public. Mr Bara is also a OwneDirector of ENETIDEAS LTD since 2010 rendering services as IT Consultant.
https://www.enetideas.com :: the website is not functional, none of the products links are working.
Jay Povey :: Blockchain developer at medicalchain
His introductory linkedin line :
Self taught programmer, programming for 7+ years. BA(Hons) from Buckinghamshire New University. Since January I joined Medicalchain to help create a world class blockchain platform for electronic health records. Previously worked on forex trading algorithm using deep learning / pattern recognition techniques. I have had a keen interest in blockchain technology over the past 2 years. I have been learning the ins and outs of the technology and Im very excited about the future of blockchain. I see great potential for revolutionizing the way businesses are run.
He started coding for Medicalchain in 2017 previously working for 2 years for one of Mohammed companies ReadyCache which was dissolved.
I’m not sure about his experience developing “on forex trading algorithm” as at the previous company ReadyCache they were “building software that is making a difference to webmasters and large companies. We accelerate our customers’ websites, save our customers money and enhance user experience”
Before ReadyCache he worked for a college as an IT technicial and e-learning advisor.
Also I’m not sure what to make out of his facebook profile, he comes across a bit weird. Also on one of his facebook posts he was asking where you can buy bitcoin in may 2017 but on his summary : “I have had a keen interest in blockchain technology over the past 2 years. I have been learning the ins and outs of the technology and Im very excited about the future of blockchain”
https://www.facebook.com/jaypov
Robert Miller :: Director Of Business Development
Looks like his CV is somehow better than the rest, again worked alongside Mohammed at Goodshaw Capital for 1 year. Freelanced a few blockchain projects so I would say he is the one who will drive the project as longs as the money are coming in.
Linkedin https://www.linkedin.com/in/bertcmiller
Natalie Furness :: Communication Director
She has a background in healthcare industry, namely working as a physiotherapist since 2010. She also lectured for Physiotherapy and Sports Exercise Scientist students at Birmingham University and currently working as a project manager for a company offering solutions to the occupational health sector.
The rest of the team occupies either associates or consultants positions for a short period of time 2-3 months.
To sum it up : the initial £5000 pre-ICO investment is way way exaggerated based on the fact that there is nothing to show for at the present moment, just ideas. Mr Mohammed has started 15+ companies and most of them are dissolved which doesn't sound very promising. On top of that he now owns half the company whereas initially the company was split in thirds. Their CTO is not mentioned anywhere on the website but he is a shareholder in the company.
I would not recommend investing in the project right now and I would wait to see if the project would ever gain traction and materialize.
Below I listed some of the videos related to Medicalchain at different conferences / interviews :
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W4Bc4RiugMg
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F6WbFMt6Ic4
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NT-vRXZ2k-o
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=devzmfzsh7E
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SA91OAaNZUo
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h_OdMREOpBI
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ebP5ZzQView
If you want me to run any other checks on other upcoming ICO please let me know.
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2018.01.19 13:21 cryptoflorin MEDICALCHAIN REVIEW

A lot of people are talking about this project and as a potential investor i decided to run some checks on it and see if it's worth. Everyone is pumped about it but after a closer look I'm not sure it's worth its price. Therefore let's have a look at the facts :
Medicalchain.com LTD
The company was incorporated on 28/06/2017 under the name MEDICALCHAIN.IO LTD as a private company limited by ordinary shares.
Three directors are appointed: Mr. Mohammed Tayeb, Mr. Abdullah Dafir Albeyatti and Mr. Bara Mustafa.
The initial shareholdings (total of 999) are split in 3 equal parts:
1/3 (333) owned by Mr. Abdullah Dafir Albeyatti
1/3 (333) owned by Mr. Bara Mustafa
1/3 (333) owned by XL CAPITAL VENTURES LTD (owned by Mohammed Tayeb and Omar Tayeb)
At 24/07/2017 the number of shares is increased to 1332, with XL CAPITAL VENTURES LTD holding 666 ordinary shares.
At 13/08/2017 XL CAPITAL VENTURES LTD cease to be a shareholder, with MR Mohammed Tayeb now holding the 666 shares previously held by XL Capital.
At 14/08/2018 MEDICALCHAIN.IO LTD becomes MEDICALCHAIN.COM LTD
Below you can find a bit about every member of the team starting with the top dogs.
MOHAMMED TAYEB :: Director
MR MOHAMMED TAYEB description taken from medicalchain.com.
Mr. Mohammed Tayeb is a Partner at Hearn Capital Limited. Mr. Tayeb co-founded ReadyCache. In 2010, he headed up the development side of morethan.com. During his time there, Mr. Tayeb architected and developed a system to drive down online fraud, saving its over £40 million. Prior to that, he ran a boutique consultancy business in the field of mobile web and application development. Together with his brother and Co-Founder, they own over eight games and utility applications on the Apple and Google Play apps market, with over 10 million downloads. Mr. Tayeb is an internet entrepreneur, investor, and founder of several technology and e-commerce start-ups. As well being a Partner in Hearn Capital, he is also a Non-Executive Director on the board of Salic. Mr. Tayeb specializes in bringing together technological efficiencies to the business world. He has a degree in e-commerce from Brunel University and an Executive MBA from the University of Oxford.
I’ve done an extensive background check and noticed that Mr Mohammed Tayeb has had his fingers in many pies since 2010 being appointed director in and out of more than 15 companies. I am not sure if I would trust him with my money as it looks like he cant commit to something for a longer period of time.
Below you can find part of his work history:
MONSTER TECHNOLOGIES LTD :: Director since 9 January 2017 :: Active - no information found
HEARN CAPITAL LIMITED :: Director since 21 January 2016 :: Active
The company is owned from background by Influential (Holdings) Limited owning more than 50% of shares with a total equity of £1.7 mil.
Basically Influential Holding has lent Hearn Capital 1.2 million to invest in different companies. To me it looks like Mohammed has no skin in this as Influential Holdings Limited is owned by Mr Andrew Richardson and Mr John Edward Simpson.
GOODSHAW CAPITAL MANAGEMENT LTD :: Director since 6 January 2016 :: Company still active Dormant company aka not carrying any business activity
DYNISTICS LIMITED :: Director since 03/03/2015 :: Company still active
Acquisition of Dynistics https://www.dynistics.com/ :: a software company that Hearncapital bought in 2015 which counts colleges, NHS Foundation Trusts and recruitment agencies as clients.
Link for acquisition:https://www.insidermedia.com/insidemidlands/141513-hearn-capital-buys-solihull-software-company
Dynistics is listed as a “small company” and the directors have elected not to include a copy of the profit and loss account within the financial statements. Total equity registered at the end of 2016 : £16.557
SALIC(UK)Limited :: Director since 22/01/2015 :: Company still active
Saudi Agricultural and Livestock investment company: this company belongs to Ministry Of Finance (Saudi Arabia) and financed with over 300 million pounds in capital and 75% or more ownership.
The Travel booking Company LTD :: Director since 19/11/2014 : Dissolved 29/03/2016
XL Capital Investment LTD :: Director 17/03/2014 :: Dissolved : 04/07/2017 - no other information found
Global Labs Technology Limited :: Director since 10/12/2013 –Dissolved : 18/07/2016 - No record, probably westernlabs.com which has no track record nor an online presence
Ready Cache Technologies LTD :: Director since 01/10/2013 :: Dissolved : 04/07/2017 - ReadyCache is a website that accelerates your online content and delivers the best possible speeds to you.
Pepperstone Limited :: Director 13/02/2017 – 22/06/2017 :: Resigned (former 123FX.COM LTD)
Pepperstone acquired 123FX.COM LTD what is now its UK subsidiary from Mohammed Tayeb, who alongside his broker Omar Tayeb established an FCA regulated shell with plans to launch a retail forex brokerage called 123FX.com. The business was never launched, and instead was sold to Pepperstone in late 2015.
Pepperstone has suspended trading for clients in its UK subsidiary as the company is making some changes to its management structure and processes, and bringing on some additional resources in its UK office. To comply with its FCA obligations Pepperstone has had to temporarily suspend trading in the UK until all of the changes are complete and the additional resources are in place.
http://www.checkdirector.co.uk/directomohammed-tayeb/ https://www.leaprate.com/forex/brokers/pepperstone-swaps-phil-horner-mohammed-tayeb-board-uk-fx-relaunch/
Some other companies he had been involved with:
• Director House of Choice Stores LTD :: 2013 – 2016 Disolved
• Director XI Capital Ventures LTD :: 2014-2017 Disolved
• Director UR Trading :: 2002 – 2010 Disolved
• Director LOVEFRAGRANCE INTERNATIONAL LTD :: 2012 – Dissolved 2013
• Director DAR FIRST LIMITED :: 2007 – Dissolved 2011
• Director BLACKSTONE E-COMMERCE LIMITED :: 2011 – Dissolved 2013
All this information can be found at https://beta.companieshouse.gov.uk/ . You just lookup his name or company names and access the records.
** Mr. Abdullah Dafir Albeyatti :: Director**
Enthusiastic doctor with a wide range of skills and interests. Currently completing my general practice training in Leeds. Previous surgical trainee in the London Deanery. My ambition is to continue improving as a doctor and to develop myself in other fields of medicine and aesthetic training.
He is also the founder of dischargesummary.co.uk. The website is described as a website designed to streamline and lessen the work load placed on junior doctors by standardising the content of discharge summaries produced when a patient is discharged from hospital. This platform has allowed hospital departments to establish quality assurance and accurately produce reliable discharge summaries to effectively commute between hospital and community medicine.
I checked the website and 3 out of 6 features are under development. The site is now redirected to https://ds.medicalchain.com/
Mr. Bara Mustafa :: DirectoCTO
There is no mention of Mr Bara Mustafa on the mediclchain.com which is weird as he is one of the directors and shareholder. It looks like Mr Bara occupation is CTO, which surely would be of interested to the public. Mr Bara is also a OwneDirector of ENETIDEAS LTD since 2010 rendering services as IT Consultant.
https://www.enetideas.com :: the website is not functional, none of the products links are working.
Jay Povey :: Blockchain developer at medicalchain
His introductory linkedin line :
Self taught programmer, programming for 7+ years. BA(Hons) from Buckinghamshire New University. Since January I joined Medicalchain to help create a world class blockchain platform for electronic health records. Previously worked on forex trading algorithm using deep learning / pattern recognition techniques. I have had a keen interest in blockchain technology over the past 2 years. I have been learning the ins and outs of the technology and Im very excited about the future of blockchain. I see great potential for revolutionizing the way businesses are run.
He started coding for Medicalchain in 2017 previously working for 2 years for one of Mohammed companies ReadyCache which was dissolved.
I’m not sure about his experience developing “on forex trading algorithm” as at the previous company ReadyCache they were “building software that is making a difference to webmasters and large companies. We accelerate our customers’ websites, save our customers money and enhance user experience”
Before ReadyCache he worked for a college as an IT technicial and e-learning advisor.
Also I’m not sure what to make out of his facebook profile, he comes across a bit weird. Also on one of his facebook posts he was asking where you can buy bitcoin in may 2017 but on his summary : “I have had a keen interest in blockchain technology over the past 2 years. I have been learning the ins and outs of the technology and Im very excited about the future of blockchain”
https://www.facebook.com/jaypov
Robert Miller :: Director Of Business Development
Looks like his CV is somehow better than the rest, again worked alongside Mohammed at Goodshaw Capital for 1 year. Freelanced a few blockchain projects so I would say he is the one who will drive the project as longs as the money are coming in.
Linkedin https://www.linkedin.com/in/bertcmiller
Natalie Furness :: Communication Director
She has a background in healthcare industry, namely working as a physiotherapist since 2010. She also lectured for Physiotherapy and Sports Exercise Scientist students at Birmingham University and currently working as a project manager for a company offering solutions to the occupational health sector.
The rest of the team occupies either associates or consultants positions for a short period of time 2-3 months.
To sum it up : the initial £5000 pre-ICO investment is way way exaggerated based on the fact that there is nothing to show for at the present moment, just ideas. Mr Mohammed has started 15+ companies and most of them are dissolved which doesn't sound very promising. On top of that he now owns half the company whereas initially the company was split in thirds. Their CTO is not mentioned anywhere on the website but he is a shareholder in the company.
I would not recommend investing in the project right now and I would wait to see if the project would ever gain traction and materialize.
Below I listed some of the videos related to Medicalchain at different conferences / interviews :
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W4Bc4RiugMg
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F6WbFMt6Ic4
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NT-vRXZ2k-o
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=devzmfzsh7E
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SA91OAaNZUo
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h_OdMREOpBI
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ebP5ZzQView
If you want me to run any other checks on other upcoming ICO please let me know.
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2017.10.27 19:55 googolplexbyte Addressing the problems with "[MISLEADING] Why The Tories Won So Many Seats In the 2017 General Election" using your feedback.

So I spent the day going back over this post, fixing the issues you pointed out.
You are right that boundaries being in CON's favour now do not means proposed boundary changes would hurt the Conservatives. But my intended message was that Conservatives were comfortable with the current boundaries and they have no urgency to tip things further in their favour.
I consider myself right-leaning, this isn't some targeted attack against the Conservatives. I would prefer as small a bias as possible leaning towards being in the Conservatives favour.
My goal was to just see if there was any indication that some counties were split into constituencies in a way that leads to more wasted votes for one party over another, out of mere idle curiosity.
You are right that analysing just 2017 is insufficient evidence, so I did an analysis of the Efficiency Gap for each of the last 6 General Elections;
County '97 '01 '05 '10 '15 '17 '05 Size '10 Size
Northamptonshire -27.3% -28.9% 15.3% 21.2% 17.4% 28.4% 6 7
Shropshire -7.2% -20.3% 22.2% 0.0% 17.4% 27.6% 5 5
Buckinghamshire 2.4% 0.9% 7.0% 8.7% 7.7% 26.8% 7 6
Cornwall -40.6% -43.5% -33.5% -24.3% 5.3% 26.8% 5 6
Hertfordshire 1.6% -0.2% 14.4% 10.0% 9.8% 24.8% 11 11
Dyfed -7.9% -11.6% 6.4% 16.9% 15.5% 22.2% 5 5
West Sussex 10.6% 11.8% 5.7% 2.9% -2.6% 17.3% 8 8
Hereford and Worcester -6.2% -4.2% -10.9% 15.1% 6.0% 16.4% 8 8
Essex 5.5% 6.0% 8.8% 7.5% 3.8% 16.2% 17 18
Wiltshire 1.9% 2.2% -4.9% 3.3% 3.2% 15.6% 6 7
Kent -3.8% -5.2% -7.9% 13.3% 10.6% 15.4% 17 17
North Yorkshire -8.3% -14.1% -2.9% 5.3% 2.5% 14.6% 8 8
Norfolk 4.0% 3.8% -2.4% 8.1% 4.2% 12.6% 8 9
Leicestershire 9.4% 6.8% 1.8% 7.4% 5.0% 12.6% 10 10
Isle of Wight -44.1% 23.7% 11.3% 7.1% 5.7% 11.9% 1 1
Dorset 26.2% -0.1% -2.4% -0.4% -3.9% 11.6% 8 8
Warwickshire -25.3% -26.7% -12.0% 29.3% 19.6% 10.3% 5 6
Suffolk 21.6% 21.3% 8.7% 19.4% 13.7% 9.0% 7 7
Staffordshire -3.0% -7.9% -17.4% 9.0% 1.5% 8.9% 12 12
Merseyside 2.8% -0.5% -5.6% -1.4% 6.0% 8.8% 16 15
Powys -8.4% -29.7% -40.1% -23.9% 6.6% 8.3% 2 2
Somerset -8.4% -1.0% -21.3% -54.3% -2.7% 6.3% 5 5
Devon -6.8% -17.0% -13.4% -12.4% 1.0% 6.2% 11 12
Scotland -3.1% 0.8% -0.5% -0.7% 24.1% 6.0% 72 59
Lancashire -19.2% -23.6% -19.3% 6.3% 0.8% 5.5% 15 16
Avon -22.8% -20.8% -16.6% 5.1% 4.8% 5.5% 10 11
Cambridgeshire 11.3% 10.5% 23.9% 7.3% 3.7% 5.4% 7 7
Hampshire 5.8% 3.6% -3.8% -8.9% -3.5% 5.0% 17 18
Surrey 19.9% 13.5% 9.4% -5.5% -12.1% 4.2% 11 11
Nottinghamshire -11.4% -8.5% -12.7% -7.0% -3.3% 3.7% 11 11
London -8.9% -6.7% -3.2% -3.7% -1.7% 3.3% 74 73
Oxfordshire 17.8% 17.2% 4.8% -2.4% -2.8% 2.7% 6 6
Gloucestershire -21.7% -23.0% -12.2% 13.4% 14.1% 2.6% 6 6
Humberside 6.5% 2.4% -1.9% 1.9% 3.3% 1.3% 10 10
Derbyshire -13.2% -12.5% -18.1% 4.6% 12.4% 1.0% 10 11
Berkshire -12.0% -5.8% 5.5% -2.2% -4.2% 0.2% 8 8
Lincolnshire 28.6% 24.6% 15.5% 8.6% 8.7% -0.3% 7 7
East Sussex -19.7% -18.2% -22.8% 4.9% 5.8% -1.5% 8 8
Northumberland 21.1% 13.2% 5.5% -10.6% 1.5% -3.3% 4 4
Bedfordshire 6.1% 6.2% -4.1% -1.9% -2.0% -3.6% 6 6
South Glamorgan -18.2% -22.8% -22.6% 9.5% 7.4% -5.8% 5 5
Gwynedd 26.2% -3.5% 3.9% -12.9% -13.2% -6.1% 3 3
Cumbria -3.1% -14.7% -27.2% -21.7% -23.1% -6.7% 6 6
West Midlands -7.8% -8.8% -15.3% -14.0% -10.1% -6.8% 28 28
West Yorkshire -19.6% -23.6% -18.7% -3.6% 2.3% -7.3% 23 22
Greater Manchester -2.5% -6.5% -8.0% -19.2% -3.2% -8.2% 28 27
Gwent and Mid Glamorgan 13.0% 3.5% 10.8% -6.7% -7.2% -9.3% 13 13
Cheshire -4.1% 0.0% -8.0% 13.6% 6.2% -12.6% 11 11
Tyne and Wear 8.5% 4.6% -3.8% -14.7% -6.9% -13.9% 13 12
Cleveland -2.8% -7.5% -10.1% -3.2% -7.4% -14.9% 5 6
West Glamorgan 13.8% 5.9% -1.1% -15.4% 10.8% -16.2% 5 5
Clwyd -18.5% -22.5% -12.8% -22.2% -8.4% -18.3% 7 7
South Yorkshire 8.6% 2.6% -1.1% -16.2% -2.4% -19.2% 15 14
Durham 3.7% -4.0% -4.1% -17.9% -19.2% -28.6% 8 7
Each county with an Efficiency Gap greater than 8% indicates a significantly larger share of wasted votes for Labour than Conservative, Each lesser than 8% the reverse, and otherwise no significant favour towards either;
Favour '97 '01 '05 Sum '10 '15 '17 Sum
CON Favour 14 8 10 32 14 12 21 47
LAB Favour 18 19 21 58 15 6 9 30
No Favour 22 27 23 72 25 36 24 85
Now, none of this implies Gerrymandering despite a marked change in favour after the boundary changes from their '97-'05 status to their current.
The Efficiency Gap is just a measure of wasted votes, not a test for Gerrymandering. A large Efficiency Gap is just a flag suggesting further investigation.
You are right that we should be suspicious that the favour aligns with periods of more votes for a party with more wasted votes for a party.
So I analysed share of wasted votes for Labour vs Conservative, compared to the share of votes for Labour vs Conservative for each county over each year and plotted it on this Chart:
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At the county level, there is a very weak correlation between more votes and fewer wasted votes suggesting the Efficiency Gap cannot be explained by the success of one party over another.
You are right that we should be suspicious of results involving constituencies where 3rd parties performed well.
So I have re-analysed all six elections to factor out those results:
County '97 '01 '05 '10 '15 '17 '05 Size '10 Size
Northamptonshire -27.7% -29.3% 14.9% 21.5% 17.4% 29.0% 4 5
Shropshire -6.8% -20.6% 22.6% -1.1% 17.2% 28.4% 3 4
Buckinghamshire 2.5% 0.7% 7.2% 9.6% 8.1% 28.3% 4 4
Cornwall -40.5% -43.4% -32.7% -21.5% 5.4% 29.2% 3 3
Hertfordshire 2.0% -0.2% 14.0% 9.3% 9.5% 24.9% 7 7
Dyfed -7.9% -11.9% 6.1% 21.8% 18.4% 26.4% 3 3
West Sussex 11.2% 11.9% 5.2% 4.3% -2.7% 18.4% 5 5
Hereford and Worcester -6.0% -5.0% -11.8% 16.7% 6.2% 17.2% 5 5
Essex 5.7% 5.9% 8.6% 9.4% 3.5% 15.6% 10 11
Wiltshire 2.4% 2.6% -5.7% 8.7% 3.7% 17.6% 4 5
Kent -3.3% -5.2% -8.8% 14.4% 9.9% 16.1% 10 11
North Yorkshire -8.2% -14.6% -2.6% 4.9% 2.3% 14.9% 5 5
Norfolk 5.3% 3.5% -2.4% 12.0% 5.3% 15.9% 5 6
Leicestershire 10.5% 7.3% 1.5% 7.8% 4.9% 12.4% 6 7
Isle of Wight -44.1% 23.7% 11.3% 7.1% 5.7% 11.9% 1 1
Dorset 26.5% -0.1% -2.1% 2.7% -3.5% 13.1% 5 5
Warwickshire -25.8% -26.9% -12.2% 31.7% 19.3% 11.1% 3 4
Suffolk 23.4% 21.8% 8.5% 21.3% 14.1% 8.4% 5 5
Staffordshire -2.7% -8.0% -18.0% 9.5% 2.4% 9.1% 7 8
Merseyside 1.2% -1.2% -6.4% 0.3% 6.1% 8.0% 9 11
Powys -8.4% -29.4% -40.1% -20.8% 6.7% 8.1% 2 1
Somerset -7.7% -0.7% -20.9% -46.4% -3.2% 7.1% 3 3
Devon -6.2% -17.1% -13.7% -11.9% 0.0% 5.0% 7 7
Scotland -3.9% 0.4% -1.0% -0.2% 20.7% 5.5% 39 23
Lancashire -19.3% -23.9% -19.5% 5.3% 1.1% 5.5% 9 11
Avon -23.5% -20.9% -16.2% 9.7% 5.5% 6.1% 6 7
Cambridgeshire 12.0% 10.3% 24.1% 8.1% 5.1% 4.1% 4 4
Hampshire 6.1% 4.4% -3.8% -8.2% -4.0% 6.2% 10 11
Surrey 20.1% 13.5% 9.6% -5.6% -12.3% 4.8% 7 7
Nottinghamshire -11.7% -8.3% -13.0% -6.4% -2.1% 3.5% 7 8
London -9.2% -6.8% -3.3% -2.8% -2.0% 3.7% 42 48
Oxfordshire 18.3% 17.5% 4.5% -2.9% -3.4% 6.8% 4 4
Gloucestershire -21.6% -23.2% -12.7% 20.6% 15.8% 1.7% 4 4
Humberside 7.4% 3.1% -1.8% 3.0% 3.8% 1.4% 6 7
Derbyshire -13.1% -12.7% -18.7% 6.9% 13.0% 1.8% 6 8
Berkshire -12.2% -5.5% 5.8% -2.7% -3.4% -0.1% 5 5
Lincolnshire 29.3% 24.9% 15.4% 8.3% 9.3% -0.9% 4 5
East Sussex -20.2% -18.1% -23.6% 13.6% 4.2% 0.5% 5 5
Northumberland 22.3% 13.6% 6.0% -8.7% 2.0% -5.1% 3 3
Bedfordshire 7.3% 6.8% -5.0% -2.6% -1.5% -4.0% 4 4
South Glamorgan -18.2% -23.1% -23.0% 10.3% 9.9% -6.0% 3 4
Gwynedd 26.0% -4.7% 3.1% -14.5% -16.8% -9.0% 2 2
Cumbria -2.3% -14.7% -27.4% -18.8% -19.5% -2.5% 4 4
West Midlands -7.7% -8.9% -15.6% -14.1% -9.9% -7.3% 16 19
West Yorkshire -20.7% -24.1% -19.0% -4.3% 3.2% -7.4% 13 15
Greater Manchester -2.6% -6.6% -8.1% -19.2% -2.6% -9.6% 16 17
Gwent and Mid Glamorgan 11.4% 2.4% 9.8% -5.8% -7.1% -10.4% 7 8
Cheshire -3.0% 0.2% -8.6% 12.9% 6.3% -13.5% 7 8
Tyne and Wear 8.0% 4.3% -4.1% -14.9% -7.3% -14.0% 7 8
Cleveland -3.2% -7.7% -10.1% -5.3% -5.4% -14.4% 3 4
West Glamorgan 12.5% 5.0% -1.9% -14.2% 11.8% -17.1% 3 4
Clwyd -19.6% -22.8% -12.3% -22.3% -7.0% -20.5% 4 5
South Yorkshire 8.1% 2.4% -1.2% -15.9% -3.0% -19.0% 8 9
Durham 2.9% -4.5% -4.7% -17.3% -19.4% -29.3% 5 5
Favour '97 '01 '05 Sum '10 '15 '17 Sum
CON Favour 14 8 10 32 19 14 21 54
LAB Favour 17 20 22 59 15 5 10 30
No Favour 23 26 22 71 20 35 23 78
The above result suggests the Efficiency Gap still persists even with a focus on seats dominated by Labour & Conservatives.
I hope this is sufficiently rigorous for you to assess who the current boundaries favour. But I think no matter what your conclusion is it's clear there is an issue with wasted votes with our current FPTP system.
I apologise for my earlier attempt and welcome further feedback regarding other changes I can make to further improve my presentation of this data.
If you feel this is sufficient evidence of the harmful nature of wasted votes I would greatly appreciate it if you signed or shared this petition proposing an alteration to FPTP that would eliminate wasted votes.
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2017.10.27 09:57 googolplexbyte Why The Tories Won So Many Seats In the 2017 General Election

Gerrymandering has been in the US News lately. Specifically, a measure of Gerrymandering called the Efficiency Gap that is being presented to the US Supreme Court.
The Efficiency Gap looks at the wasted votes across a county and compares the difference in wasted votes between two parties as a percentage of their total votes.
The Efficiency Gap regards a vote as wasted if it's not cast for the winning candidate, or if it is cast in excess of what the winning candidate needed.
So I decided to take the voting data for the 2017 General Election and calculate the Efficiency Gap for each county.
County Name LAB Votes CON Votes LAB Waste CON Waste Efficiency Gap
Northamptonshire 130836 203088 130836 36118 28.4%
Shropshire 90824 143376 90824 26270 27.6%
Buckinghamshire 118554 190171 118554 35801 26.8%
Cornwall 83968 152428 83968 20726 26.8%
Hertfordshire 193820 327740 193820 64283 24.8%
Dyfed 76453 65702 60896 29339 22.2%
West Sussex 130656 257464 130656 63394 17.3%
Hereford and Worcester 119459 240506 119459 60514 16.4%
Essex 261671 528949 261671 133619 16.2%
Wiltshire 102818 213442 102818 53542 15.6%
Kent 282296 503068 256816 135844 15.4%
North Yorkshire 151532 240629 126224 68889 14.6%
Norfolk 156248 246380 132734 82035 12.6%
Leicestershire 213141 259803 147916 88543 12.6%
Isle of Wight 17121 38190 17121 10533 11.9%
Dorset 103274 240121 103274 63453 11.6%
Warwickshire 107083 167372 82458 54763 10.1%
Suffolk 126190 221019 102372 71223 09.0%
Staffordshire 210791 313321 154451 107588 08.9%
Merseyside 514266 154856 196772 137771 08.8%
Powys 12877 38156 12877 8659 08.3%
Somerset 51897 164532 51897 38267 06.3%
Devon 188379 331828 138219 105828 06.2%
Scotland 717007 757949 596083 507792 06.0%
Lancashire 361850 337794 194153 155647 05.5%
Avon 245617 257070 143225 115704 05.5%
Cambridgeshire 138135 203492 92784 74402 05.4%
Hampshire 248571 528803 209298 170372 05.0%
Surrey 131311 362809 131311 110592 04.2%
Nottinghamshire 265073 242451 136249 117500 03.7%
London 2086595 1268885 908365 796562 03.3%
Oxfordshire 104812 172709 81335 73926 02.7%
Gloucestershire 99260 182875 69608 62133 02.6%
Humberside 184463 212940 101983 96706 01.3%
Derbyshire 240408 263537 128417 123543 01.0%
Berkshire 147763 242350 96871 95965 00.2%
Lincolnshire 105177 227103 82612 83519 -00.3%
East Sussex 145236 199786 93901 99236 -01.5%
Northumberland 74232 76899 35296 40264 -03.3%
Bedfordshire 136304 163239 69558 80206 -03.6%
South Glamorgan 131192 84597 47699 60190 -05.8%
Gwynedd 33343 23835 20328 23835 -06.1%
Cumbria 99100 133296 57255 72782 -06.7%
West Midlands 646938 491911 245786 323603 -06.8%
West Yorkshire 584018 414015 211327 284114 -07.3%
Greater Manchester 719372 411694 231926 324611 -08.2%
Gwent and M. Glamorgan 276530 145987 84509 123678 -09.3%
Cheshire 278044 263922 101456 169514 -12.6%
Tyne and Wear 326641 153268 86671 153268 -13.9%
Cleveland 142025 102434 42922 79300 -14.9%
West Glamorgan 111687 55260 28207 55260 -16.2%
Clwyd 129272 115302 38821 83457 -18.3%
South Yorkshire 356899 186515 82077 186515 -19.2%
Durham 166840 108012 29406 108012 -28.6%
Quick and dirty heatmap form
A positive efficiency gap means proportionally more Labour votes are wasted, and a negative means proportionally more Conservative votes are wasted.
In the US Supreme Court case, anything in excess of 8% is being argued as Gerrymandered at the county level. So by those standards, the UK would be considered as having 9 counties Gerrymandered in Labour's favour, and 21 counties in Conservative's favour.
Technical Guff;
Caveats, NI is not included as there are no Labour votes to compare to, and the Buckingham constituency is not included in the Buckinghamshire county. Please understand this is only a measure, not a test. It is also a measure best suited for constituencies where Labour or Conservatives dominate. Third parties add some uncertainty to determining the number needed to win, for the above 50% of Top2 votes + 1 is used as number needed to win, which assumes minimal impact from 3rd parties (See comment for dynamic and maximum 3rd party impact table). At most, the 3rd party impact reduces the number of Gerrymander seats to 20, accounting for the proportion of 3rd parties in a county suggests 24, and strategic voting likely means the actual number lies between 30 and 24. 
~
If you're concerned with the Efficiency Gap in your county; write to your MP, sign this petition that proposes a change to our FPTP system that would eliminate wasted votes, and/or ask your MP to sign the petition. If you actually want to change anything, ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
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2017.10.27 08:56 googolplexbyte Why The Tories Won So Many Seats In the 2017 General Election

Gerrymandering has been in the US News lately. Specifically, a measure of Gerrymandering called the Efficiency Gap that is being presented to the US Supreme Court.
The Efficiency Gap looks at the wasted votes across a county and compares the difference in wasted votes between two parties as a percentage of their total votes.
The Efficiency Gap regards a vote as wasted if it's not cast for the winning candidate, or if it is cast in excess of what the winning candidate needed.
So I decided to take the voting data for the 2017 General Election and calculate the Efficiency Gap for each county.
County Name LAB Votes CON Votes LAB Waste CON Waste Efficiency Gap
Northamptonshire 130836 203088 130836 36118 28.4%
Shropshire 90824 143376 90824 26270 27.6%
Buckinghamshire 118554 190171 118554 35801 26.8%
Cornwall 83968 152428 83968 20726 26.8%
Hertfordshire 193820 327740 193820 64283 24.8%
Dyfed 76453 65702 60896 29339 22.2%
West Sussex 130656 257464 130656 63394 17.3%
Hereford and Worcester 119459 240506 119459 60514 16.4%
Essex 261671 528949 261671 133619 16.2%
Wiltshire 102818 213442 102818 53542 15.6%
Kent 282296 503068 256816 135844 15.4%
North Yorkshire 151532 240629 126224 68889 14.6%
Norfolk 156248 246380 132734 82035 12.6%
Leicestershire 213141 259803 147916 88543 12.6%
Isle of Wight 17121 38190 17121 10533 11.9%
Dorset 103274 240121 103274 63453 11.6%
Warwickshire 107083 167372 82458 54763 10.1%
Suffolk 126190 221019 102372 71223 09.0%
Staffordshire 210791 313321 154451 107588 08.9%
Merseyside 514266 154856 196772 137771 08.8%
Powys 12877 38156 12877 8659 08.3%
Somerset 51897 164532 51897 38267 06.3%
Devon 188379 331828 138219 105828 06.2%
Scotland 717007 757949 596083 507792 06.0%
Lancashire 361850 337794 194153 155647 05.5%
Avon 245617 257070 143225 115704 05.5%
Cambridgeshire 138135 203492 92784 74402 05.4%
Hampshire 248571 528803 209298 170372 05.0%
Surrey 131311 362809 131311 110592 04.2%
Nottinghamshire 265073 242451 136249 117500 03.7%
London 2086595 1268885 908365 796562 03.3%
Oxfordshire 104812 172709 81335 73926 02.7%
Gloucestershire 99260 182875 69608 62133 02.6%
Humberside 184463 212940 101983 96706 01.3%
Derbyshire 240408 263537 128417 123543 01.0%
Berkshire 147763 242350 96871 95965 00.2%
Lincolnshire 105177 227103 82612 83519 -00.3%
East Sussex 145236 199786 93901 99236 -01.5%
Northumberland 74232 76899 35296 40264 -03.3%
Bedfordshire 136304 163239 69558 80206 -03.6%
South Glamorgan 131192 84597 47699 60190 -05.8%
Gwynedd 33343 23835 20328 23835 -06.1%
Cumbria 99100 133296 57255 72782 -06.7%
West Midlands 646938 491911 245786 323603 -06.8%
West Yorkshire 584018 414015 211327 284114 -07.3%
Greater Manchester 719372 411694 231926 324611 -08.2%
Gwent and M. Glamorgan 276530 145987 84509 123678 -09.3%
Cheshire 278044 263922 101456 169514 -12.6%
Tyne and Wear 326641 153268 86671 153268 -13.9%
Cleveland 142025 102434 42922 79300 -14.9%
West Glamorgan 111687 55260 28207 55260 -16.2%
Clwyd 129272 115302 38821 83457 -18.3%
South Yorkshire 356899 186515 82077 186515 -19.2%
Durham 166840 108012 29406 108012 -28.6%
Quick and dirty heatmap form
A positive efficiency gap means proportionally more Labour votes are wasted, and a negative means proportionally more Conservative votes are wasted.
In the US Supreme Court case, anything in excess of 8% is being argued as Gerrymandered at the county level. So by those standards, the UK would be considered as having 9 counties Gerrymandered in Labour's favour, and 21 counties in Conservative's favour.
Technical Guff;
Caveats, NI is not included as there are no Labour votes to compare to, and the Buckingham constituency is not included in the Buckinghamshire county. Please understand this is only a measure, not a test. It is also a measure best suited for constituencies where Labour or Conservatives dominate. Third parties add some uncertainty to determining the number needed to win, for the above 50% of Top2 votes + 1 is used as number needed to win, which assumes minimal impact from 3rd parties (See comment for dynamic and maximum 3rd party impact table). At most, the 3rd party impact reduces the number of Gerrymander seats to 20, accounting for the proportion of 3rd parties in a county suggests 24, and strategic voting likely means the actual number lies between 30 and 24. 
~
If you're concerned with the Efficiency Gap in your county; write to your MP, sign this petition that proposes a change to our FPTP system that would eliminate wasted votes, and/or ask your MP to sign the petition. If you actually want to change anything, ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
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2017.05.04 23:13 FMN2014 Local Election Megathread

It's past 10 PM, so polls have closed and we will begin to get the results of the various local elections across the country.
Sort by new, so you get the most up-to-date information.
The Guardian has an expected timeline of when places will declare their results.
You can follow the results with BritainElects, Election Data, the BBC, the BBC Live Reporting, Sky News or the New Statesment.
You can also follow #le2017 and #LocalElections2017 for more information.
What's up for elections?
The new 6 mayoralties across England:
34 English Councils:
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2017.04.05 15:14 InappropriateSurname Great Gays, Cock-A-Dobby, Chemistry, Boobery, Sunny Blunts and other strange road names

There are just too many great road names to fit into one post. I'm sure in the many close quarters of the UK there's loads of strange roads near you. What does your town, city or county hide away? And is it worthy of sitting in the list below?
Great Gays - Fareham, Hampshire. I'm sure the two people in the picture are thrilled the Google car went past them at that moment.
Water-Ma-Trout - Helston, Cornwall. What you do when your fish is too dry.
Boobery - Sampford Peverell, Devon. Brilliantly, it does have a lovely curve.
Straight Bit - Flackwell Heath, Buckinghamshire. Not actually as straight as the name suggests you lying Wycombites.
Cher - Minehead, Somerset. "Back in a bit darling, I'm just popping up Cher."
Paradise. - Dudley, West Midlands. DUDLEY. Need I say more?
Friendless Lane - Flamstead, Hertfordshire. What a shame! Maybe it could team up with...
All Alone - Bradford, West Yorkshire. "All Alone Road leading to All Alone". The clues are there.
Cock-A-Dobby - Sandhurst, Berkshire. House elves beware.
Football - Yeadon, West Yorkshire. A complete dive.
Minge Lane - Upton upon Severn, Worcestershire. Not a single place to eat out. Disappointing marketing.
Tarmac Road - Wolverhampton. The people building it may have been the same people naming it and they like what they do.
Outpart Eastward - Harwich, Essex. Walk the other way up the street for a thrilling Inpart Westward experience.
Chemistry - Whitchurch, Shropshire. You'll get a reaction from this street.
Nans Kestenen - Helston, Cornwall (again). I don't care what your nan has, she shouldn't be waving it around.
Sunny Blunts - Peterlee, County Durham. You take the high road.
Five Quarters - Radcliffe, Greater Manchester. Maths teachers freaking out all over the northwest.
Bell End - Woolaston, Northamptonshire. One of many prominent Bell Ends up and down the country.
Gibraltar - Kinver, Worcestershire. Maybe this is the one Spain want?
Intended Street - Halesowen, West Midlands. Did the builders not tell the town planners?
Inner Ting Tong - Budleigh Salterton, Devon. Imagine if a sitcom was set here. They'd never let it air.
There are dozens more, but I'll leave you to explore and contribute any. Let's celebrate the weird roads of Britain!
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2017.03.28 19:10 Proffdog Copying data from a master sheet based on certain criteria.

Hi there, me again!
I am looking to create a spreadsheet that automatically copies data from a master sheet to other sheets.
The data is simply a list of names, addresses etc, with a REGION. There are 7 possible regions, and I would like to send any data that matches a certain County (e.g Berkshire & Buckinghamshire would be sent to Sheet "South & West"). I have managed to copy only the region data so far, not the rest of the metadata related to that row in the master sheet, and am using VBA to apply an autofilter that removes blanks. The problem is the formula I am using is incredibly long:
=IF('master template'!A11="Berkshire",'master template'!A11,(IF('master template'!A11="Buckinghamshire",'master template'!A11,"")))
...and so on for each County. There are many Counties in each region so I have included a section of formula that only refers to the first two Counties.
BONUS ROUNDS:
Aside from my main problem of moving the data and remiving blanks, I have a couple of other less important queries that you may be able to help with:
Thanks in advance for your time and help!
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2016.08.12 09:25 X_E_N Moving entire rows based on one cells content.

I am hoping for some magic here and I know I might be asking for a lot.
Some kind soul (and my apologies for not remembering who) made a script for me.
To explain its function, I need to explain the data we get at work here.
One huge spreadsheet, with about 7 columns of addresses. In column D it only lists the persons County they are in. Each row with a specific county has to go into a specific tab. Doing this manually is tedious to the extreme.
The data can arrive like this:
Name Address County Username Billing No
John 123 Road Berkshire JDOG1 001
Dave 100 Street OXFORDSHIRE DDogg1 033
Steve Flat 9 STAFFORDSHIRE SDogg 5880
Each county falls under a specific Billing code. so we have 20 tabs for each billing code (not the same as billing no). Any person from a specific county goes into that specific tab.
The code( uses information from a "Locations" tab to know where to put each person. For example (apologies for the long table, I wanted to be thorough):
County Billing Area
BERKSHIRE 11
BERKS 11
BUCKINGHAMSHIRE 11
BUCKS 11
HAMPSHIRE 11
HANTS 11
KENT 11
OXFORDSHIRE 11
OXON 11
EAST SUSSEX 11
WEST SUSSEX 11
SUSSEX 11
SURREY 11
ISLE OF WIGHT 11
BIRMINGHAM CONURBATION 11
HEREFORDSHIRE 11
SHROPSHIRE 11
STAFFORDSHIRE 11
WORCESTERSHIRE 11
WEST MIDLANDS 11
WARWICKSHIRE 11
BLAENAU GWENT 160
BRIDGEND 160
CAERPHILLY 160
CARDIFF 160
CARMARTHENSHIRE 160
CEREDIGION 160
CONWY 160
DENBIGHSHIRE 160
CLWYD 160
DYFED 160
FLINTSHIRE 160
GWYNEDD 160
GWENT 160
ISLE OF ANGLESEY 160
MERTHYR TYDFIL 160
MONMOUTHSHIRE 160
NEATH PORT TALBOT 160
NEWPORT 160
PEMBROKESHIRE 160
PEMBROKE 160
POWYS 160
RHONDDA CYNON TAF 160
SWANSEA 160
TORFAEN 160
VALE OF GLAMORGAN 160
SOUTH GLAMORGAN 160
WREXHAM 160
AVON 1
BRISTOL 1
CORNWALL 1
DEVON 1
DORSET 1
GLOUCESTERSHIRE 1
SOMERSET 1
SWINDON, WILTS 1
WILTS 1
WILTSHIRE 1
COUNTY ANTRIM 38
ARMAGH 38
COUNTY DOWN 38
FERMANAGH 38
LONDONDERRY 38
TYRONE 38
CHESHIRE 42
CUMBRIA 42
GREATER MANCHESTER 42
LANCASHIRE 42
MERSEYSIDE 42
ISLE OF MAN 42
COUNTY DURHAM 4
DURHAM 4
NORTHUMBERLAND 4
YORKSHIRE 4
TYNE AND WEAR 4
EAST YORKSHIRE 4
NORTH YORKSHIRE 4
SOUTH YORKS 4
WEST YORKS 4
NORTH YORKS 4
ISLE OF BENBECULA 51
ABERDEEN CITY 51
ABERDEENSHIRE 51
ANGUS 51
ARGYLLSHIRE 51
AYRSHIRE 51
BANFFSHIRE 51
BERWICKSHIRE 51
BUTE 51
CAITHNESS 51
CLACKMANNANSHIRE 51
DUMFRIESSHIRE 51
DUNBARTONSHIRE 51
DUNDEE CITY 51
EAST LOTHIAN 51
EDINBURGH 51
EDINBURGH CITY 51
FIFE 51
GLASGOW CITY 51
INVERNESS-SHIRE 51
KINROSS-SHIRE 51
KINCARDINESHIRE 51
KIRKCUDBRIGHTSHIRE 51
LANARKSHIRE 51
NORTH LANARKSHIRE 51
MIDLOTHIAN 51
MORAY 51
NAIRNSHIRE 51
ORKNEY 51
ORKNEY ISLANDS 51
PEEBLESSHIRE 51
PERTHSHIRE 51
PERTH 51
RENFREWSHIRE 51
ROSS AND CROMARTY 51
ROXBURGHSHIRE 51
SELKIRKSHIRE 51
SUTHERLAND 51
STIRLING 51
STIRLINGSHIRE 51
WEST LOTHIAN 51
WIGTOWNSHIRE 51
ZETLAND 51
BEDFORDSHIRE 7
CAMBRIDGESHIRE 7
CAMBS 7
DERBYSHIRE 7
ESSEX 7
HERTFORDSHIRE 7
HERTS 7
LEICESTERSHIRE 7
LINCOLNSHIRE 7
NORTHAMPTONSHIRE 7
NOTTINGHAM 7
NOTTINGHAMSHIRE 7
RUTLAND 7
NORFOLK 7
SUFFOLK 7
LONDON London
MIDDLESEX London
The script takes the entire row and copies it to the correct tab, it then highlights any if can't find in the "Locations" tab in red.
The reason I am posting this is I am unsure if the code is good enough, or working right. Sometimes it will flag rows as red, even though there is a location in the list. Ideally I would like the entire row moved to the location rather than copied and hopefully you guys can see if anything is wrong with the code or something missing to make it work better.
I would really appreciate any help on this, I am no where near smart enough to debug this code myself.
Another apology since I am unable to access pastebin at work, I have to dump the code here:
Option Explicit Sub xCode2() Dim shSource As Worksheet Dim shDest As Worksheet Dim strDestSheet As String Dim lRowSource As Long Dim lColSource As Long Dim lRowDest As Long Dim lColTable As Long Dim i As Long, j As Long ' Define the sheet where all rows to be distributed are located. Set shSource = ThisWorkbook.Sheets("Data") With shSource lRowSource = shSource.Cells(.Rows.Count, 1).End(xlUp).Row For i = lRowSource To 2 Step -1 'Debug.Assert .Cells(i, 1).Value <> "NORTH YORKS" strDestSheet = vbNullString On Error Resume Next ' Look in Sheet with table value the string name group for the Country. strDestSheet = WorksheetFunction.VLookup(.Cells(i, 1).Value, Worksheets("Locations").Range("A1:B138"), 2, False) On Error GoTo 0 If Not strDestSheet = vbNullString Then lColSource = .Cells(i, Columns.Count).End(xlToLeft).Column Set shDest = ThisWorkbook.Sheets(strDestSheet) lRowDest = shDest.Cells(shDest.Rows.Count, 1).End(xlUp).Row ' Copy row from Source sheet to destination. shDest.Cells(lRowDest + 1, 1).Resize(, lColSource).Value = shSource.Cells(i, 1).Resize(, lColSource).Value Else .Cells(i, 1).EntireRow.Interior.ColorIndex = 3 End If 'shSource.Cells(i, 1).EntireRow.Delete Next i End With End Sub 
Dropbox file of this here
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2016.01.01 18:43 OliverAngellBNU League of Legends and Player Behaviour - Seeking participants for Psychological survey!

The tl;dr of this is; I am running a psychological survey to explore the connection between investment in gaming and aggressive behaviour. If you would like to help, please take this short (5, maybe 10 minutes max!) survey to help me collect data on this subject. Survey Link: https://www.psychdata.com/s.asp?SID=169164
Hello! My name is Oliver Angell and I am a third year student of Psychology & Criminology at Buckinghamshire New University in the United Kingdom. My area of study is cyber-psychology - primarily aggression and negative (toxic) behaviour in online gaming.
For my third year of study, I am conducting an empirical study to explore an area of cyber-psychology. This study will be looking at player behaviour (aggression & anger, primarily) in a competitive online game. I have chosen League of Legends for this study for because it is the most played competitive game of its kind, with a store model that supports investment (buying heroes, skins, boosters). While there are other options - none of them offer such a broad audience.
It is my belief that there is a connection between how much a player invests into a competitive game and how aggressive or angry they may become when things do not go their way. This is not to say that I expect everyone will be angry! I want to explore this fully - to see if I am correct in my hypothesis and why that could be.
To collect data for this study, I would appreciate it if you would take a short survey. There will be questions that about specific League investment habits (Skin purchase, hero purchase etc) and some specific questions relating to competitive anger & aggressive. It should only take five to ten minutes of your time Survey Link: https://www.psychdata.com/s.asp?SID=169164
Thank you very much for reading this. If there are any questions, please do reply to this and I will try to answer them as soon as I can! Alternatively, please feel free to email me via: [email protected] and I will get back to you as soon as I can!
(This is my second time posting this - first time resulted in some fantastic feedback and people pointing out an error on my survey. This has been fixed, and I felt best to wait until after Christmas to post this again!)
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