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|Non QPR Anyone on here a legal property eagle re cladding|
at 16:08 1 Jul 2021
My girlfriend is caught up in this cladding nightmare and has a mortgage running out and no idea what to do. If anyone is in the know about the general situation or knows a legal property eagle that is sharp and has some option advice please PM me.
|Barbet interview on the offish |
at 12:35 30 Jun 2021
Amazing that he played on to complete the season having broken his shoulder in the Swansea game. I knew he injured it but didn't know he had actually broken it. Incredible effort from him and the medical team. Raring to go and such a top bloke. Glad we have him here. After a slightly on/off first season littered with injuries I thought he was a total stalwart last season. Long may it continue.
at 14:21 19 Jun 2021
Unbelievable player these days. Bad miss just now but he's absolutely everywhere on the pitch!
HOWEVER... can someone talk me through his current 'look'?
Part d'Artagnan, part Ron Mael out of Sparks and part Orlando Bloom having a bad hair day on Pirates Of The Caribbean.
If I was kind I would say it was 'interesting' and if not I would say 'have a word with yourself!'
|Non QPR Beatles Drive-In movie and music festival in Loxwood July 17|
at 12:43 5 Jun 2021
I am one of the people organising this. Beatles Drive-In movie and music festival in Loxwood July 17. Beautiful location, covid safe and films on the giant screen include A Hard Day's Night, The Cavern Club's The Beat Goes On, The Beatles & Us, Looking For Lennon, rare Beatles footage from Kaleidoscope and a preview of my film, Here, There & Everywhere, plus live stage and second stage acoustic music sets, talks and Andy Edwards sculpting (the guy who made the Beatles statues on the dock front in Liverpool). Vegan, Vegetarian and Meatasaurus foods all available plus camping available. You only pay for the car for the day. Up to 5 people per car. Only 100 car spaces available. If you come and let me know you're an R I'll get you a drink in as well!
at 21:53 11 May 2021
I see he is leaving Huddersfield. Didn't realise he is still only 31. Really solid centre back. If we can't or don't get De Wijs he is the kind of experienced player that would fit in well here and bring the younger defensive players along. That is if he isn't returning to Germany... and Jordy doesn't come here.
at 09:01 9 May 2021
Glad Warburton acknowledged how influential he is off the pitch as well as on it. I don't know if there are any stats people out there but considering Albert has played so few minutes this season it would be interesting to see how many assists he's provided per minutes. I'd have a bet that he's our top assist king compared to minutes played. He's changed a lot of matches for us from the subs bench this season. Hope he will be kept on as he is a big part of why we have got so much better this season and he appears to be a brilliant mentor for the younger players as well.
Well done Albert. 30 inch screamer to seal the game yesterday and a big part of a very good season.
at 14:58 8 May 2021
This kid is going to be a superstar.
|Today's highlights QPR 3 Luton 1|
at 14:48 8 May 2021
Dieng's save first half!!!
Great sorting of feet by Charlie
Brilliant goal by Johansen. Just beautiful.
30 inch stunner from Albert.
Love that a fan got the final goal of the season.
I am sure it is Charlie shouting Urs! after that goal!
We move the ball forward really quickly these days.
Can we start next season now?
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|Another tower block ablaze in London |
at 11:53 7 May 2021
Another tower block ablaze in London with an alarming likeness to Grenfell and poor cladding.
Our government refusing to fund recladding of buildings and pretty much voting to leave it to residents and owners to self fund the works for up to £50,000 a property while they either worry about burning to death in their own homes or actually burn to death. MPs just a few weeks ago once again voted down an amendment to prevent fire safety costs being passed on to leaseholders. 5 million people are effected by this and could end up either homeless or dead. The fire this morning attended by 125 firefighters just goes to prove that the incredible passed on costs of waking watch (which is useless) and flat owners who bought properties deemed safe and in good faith are being blanked and ignored (save a few decent MPs) and that the potential deaths of more home owners in these poorly clad buildings will fall on the consciences, or lack of it of our government and MPs who look up to these lethal buildings from their privileged lives and think, meh! Time for the government to stop hiding and put its hand in its pocket to make sure that people that live in their homes won't burn to death. Grenfell was nearly 4 years ago and the government has dragged its feet to do anything of consequence.
How many more people have to be burnt to death before they act? Seemingly all these buildings can burn as far as the majority in power are concerned. I don't usually get involved in these arguments but this government clearly haven't learned the lessons and continue to avoid taking responsibility.
Enough is enough. Pay up now and keep these buildings safe for these residents.
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