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This was like televising the Brimley on Sea pigeon racing championships, while the ab surdity of golf is akin to standing on an ancient ba ttleground with blok es whirling slingshots to the bellow of timber
What we need to look at is the ab surdity of the current electoral system which demands natural communities are fragmented and combined with alien communities to create artificial parliamentary areas of equal size.
The transport committee rightly points out the ab surdity of pouring millions of pounds into regional aid if access to air links is restricted.