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Lynn, Simon, Bridewell,

This will require some time on a Friday night, so it's time for a pint of bitter -maybe a McEwan's Ale. I may have to mind my pints & quarts (p's & q's)!

Cheers!

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Hello Mike. Overlooked one.

Enjoy!

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Oh god Lynn...I had a teacher at school called Harry Allt!

More recent than 1885 though!

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Hello Dave. Ah, another ripperological coincidence.

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Hello Bridewell.

"How would we know if they did have? How do we know that they didn't?!"

'Ere now. And I thought you were an ex-copper? Heh-heh.

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Hi Lynn,

That was tongue-in-cheek, obviously, but Littlechild was ex-Special Branch and they are notoriously secretive. On the rare occasions when I rang their number, I had a job to get the person on the other end of the 'phone even to confirm that I'd rung the right office!

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Hello Bridewell. That's true enough. But you should have seen Sir Ed's Room 56 operation!

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Hi Lynn,

That was tongue-in-cheek, obviously, but Littlechild was ex-Special Branch and they are notoriously secretive. On the rare occasions when I rang their number, I had a job to get the person on the other end of the 'phone even to confirm that I'd rung the right office!

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Hello Bridewell.

Secret Squirrel were famous for all sorts of things- hence this and other nicknames.

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