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Russian provocation or UK over-reaction?

Some breaking news from the BBC is potentially a bit disturbing – Russian military jets ‘disrupted UK aviation’

Russian military planes flying near UK airspace caused “disruption to civil aviation” on Wednesday, the UK Foreign Office said.

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A Private Pilot’s Perspective

Today Dennis Taylor gave a talk on gaining his private pilots license. He first became interested in aircraft at the age of 11 when his elder brother (21year old) applied to become a fighter pilot at the start of WW II. 165 more words

Planes, Trains and Automobiles

Within 19th and 20th Century literature, there have been many interpretations to how the future will look. in terms of transport and how populations will move around. 663 more words

My scaffold is overhanging the neighbours property. Can they make me move it?

The neighbour could probably get a court order for you to remove the scaffold.

Please contact us if you have any further queries.

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The Martial Heavens

Thanks to Amy Cutler for alerting me to Matthew Flintham’s mesmerising looking exhibition on airspaces titled The Martial Heavens, held at the Ex Libris Gallery in Newcastle this month. 9 more words

Come Fly With Me

A short response from Klaus and me to the Senate Intelligence Committee report, found on our sister blog over at E-IR

http://www.e-ir.info/2014/12/18/come-fly-with-me-airports-and-geographies-of-rendition/