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There's plenty of spare rooms at Balmoral to house those who arrive in inflatables to contribute to the British economy. Even more at Windsor. Or, conversely, why aren't those people marching in fancy uniforms, manning the coastline to repel the invaders?  

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Whether you are in favour of the monarchy or not, the death of our Queen is a monumental historical event, not only here in Britain but all around the world. There are plenty of other tv channels nowa

One of the Queens pallbearers Luke Simpson is from just up the road in Selston, you have done you country, Nottingham, family & friends proud.   Respect x      

Each and everyone of those eight young men deserve the utmost respect and admiration, what a mammoth task to have to perform under the gaze of the world, which they did faultlessly. They are no doubt

I followed the C17a  from when it was near to landing at Edinburgh, caught it by chance.

Then later as it took off, then again as it neared Northolt to land, but didn't follow the middle bit of the flight.

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What's the procedure for that then Stuart? How does one get the info? I assume it's an app or something.

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I first tried to get on Flight Radar but it was too busy so I then found another site, I think it was ‘Plane Finder’ and followed it from take-off and disappointingly going way west of Nottingham before turning towards Northants.  A friend of ours took a photo of the plane going over his house in Northants.  When Charles flew from Scotland to Northolt to receive Diana’s coffin from Paris we did see his plane going over our house in Hertfordshire.  It’s a simple pleasure of mine, plane watching!  

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Each and everyone of those eight young men deserve the utmost respect and admiration, what a mammoth task to have to perform under the gaze of the world, which they did faultlessly. They are no doubt the pride of their regiment and their families and rightly so. Upholding the traditions & standards of the British services to their very best.

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