Not really a proper post this time, just a few unrelated things to get down and a handful of pictures.
WHICH? LAUNCH SUPER-COMPLAINT AGAINST RAILWAY COMPANIES
Which? have launched a super-complaint against the railway companies demanding that they make it easier for customers to claim refunds (good timing, as we are firmly in the season for delays). I have three links for you to follow up:
- The post I have just put up on my London transport themed website
- Which?’s own press release
- Which?’s petition, which I urge to sign and share.
PLEASE SPREAD THE WORD!!
STRICTLY – A RETROSPECTIVE
Strictly Come Dancing is over for another year. On Saturday night we were privileged to witness a spectacular grand-final in which tremendous stories attached to all four of the pros who had guided their celebrities that far. For Giovanni, it was his first series on the show. At the opposie end of the experience spectrum, Anton has been involved as a pro on Strictly since it started but had never previously made a grand final – 13th time lucky for him! Kevin made history by guiding a third successive celebrity partner to a grand final appearance (and for my money should have won the series). Aliona, the sole female pro to guide a partner to this year’s grand final also made Strictly history by becoming the first pro to guide two partners to a series victory (also Harry Judd in 2009).
The grand final was so superb that even the Judge Jeffries of the dance floor (aka Craig Revel-Horwood) managed to locate his 10 paddle.
SOME PICTURES TO FINISH