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    Birmingham on course to Host 2022 Commonwealth Games

    Very few events are scheduled for Birmingham city centre so far. Not sure what sports but they will be in the Barclaycard Arena and the Symphony Hall. Athletics are at the Alexander Arena (nearest station Perry Barr). Netball at the Ricoh Arena in Coventry. Bowls (I think I herard on the...
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    More than half in UK are non-religious, suggests survey - what about you?

    If you don't want to be ambiguous then you can refer to 'one god' or 'the only god'. Would you use 'Allah' or 'Aten' to convey the same idea? Would such a use imply a leaning towards the associated religion?
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    More than half in UK are non-religious, suggests survey - what about you?

    If you made that suggestion I would point out that not all atheists believe that there is no god. Many simply state that they do not believe that there is a god. There is a difference in those two statements.
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    More than half in UK are non-religious, suggests survey - what about you?

    Based on the survey, I think that it assumes you are religious if you define yourself as having/following a religion. It does not state recognised or organised religion. There are religions that do not require belief in any god, and it is possible to believe that there is or was some sort of...
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    Cryptic clues = station name

    Open floor.
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    Cryptic clues = station name

    Aha! Keynsham Horace Batchelor had advertisements about gambling systems on the wireless when he wasn't performing with the Bonzos on The Intro and the Outro.
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    More than half in UK are non-religious, suggests survey - what about you?

    And it seems that the influence is dwindling. I don't see that as a bad thing.
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    More than half in UK are non-religious, suggests survey - what about you?

    As far as I an concerned 'God and the Church' remain as relevant as they ever were, which is to say not at all.
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    Question Regarding Dom on the Spot

    Since she was aware that there was no difference in fare, why did it never occur to her to buy a ticket to Selly Oak instead of University?
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    Cryptic clues = station name

    Ormskirk Open floor if it's right.
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    Cryptic clues = station name

    Outwood?
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    Cryptic clues = station name

    This is harder than we thought. How about Cwmbach?
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    Railway Related Music/Songs

    It Takes a Lot To Laugh, It Takes a Train To Cry Bob Dylan Love In Vain Robert Johnson, but I prefer the version by The Rolling Stones City of New Orleans Arlo Guthrie
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    Cryptic clues = station name

    Hampton Wick?
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    Cryptic clues = station name

    Of course. THERESA MAY - THE SEA ('went') leaves RMAY 'out' is the anagram indicator.
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    Cryptic clues = station name

    Since the clue mentioned describing briefly S 'n' S could be short for sticky and slimy. (It could describe some stains as well.) It appeared to fit the clue rather well with the sole drawback of being entirely wrong. However, since the floor is open: What was left of Theresa May when the...
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    Cryptic clues = station name

    I read these lines from the bottom up and thought it could be Staines (SNS) which is near something called Two Rivers. Then I read the bit about being managed by Northern...
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    Uxbridge English Dictionary

    Politics - parrots' parasites
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    Cryptic clues = station name

    Clues can be difficult while not being unfair. The two are not incompatible. Once an answer is revealed, the reaction should be "oh, I never thought of that," not "that clue cannot be read so as to point to that answer." Unusual clue types do exist but they have explanatory text to indicate...
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    Cryptic clues = station name

    Open floor

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