Preston

24 Apr 19
Ashbroyale

What Would Wallows Do If …? SUBSCRIBE: https://youtu.be/nE2uhv-ZCSw : Cole Preston, Braeden Lemasters, and Dylan Minnette of Wallows stop by the Stage 56 Heineken bar to share what they would do if found in very specific scenarios, such as what character they’d be in the Star Wars universe and whose Instagram would they takeover. Listen […]

24 Apr 19
The Scottish Sun
YOU’RE most likely to encounter a dangerous learner driver in Peterborough than you’re anywhere else in the country. And the most law-abiding provisional motorists are driving on Scottish roads, a new study has found. Peterborough is the main hotspot for dangerous learner drivers in the UK Recent DVLA figures obtained by Hippo Leasing revealed Peterborough had the highest proportion of dangerous learners, with 1,245 out of 92,813 provisional drivers with points on their licence. Nottingham also recorded a high number of dangerous learners, with 1,843 out of 144,606 new drivers having points on their licence. Northampton (943), Bristol (1,239) and Wakefield (741) rounded out the top five postcodes in the UK for provisional drivers breaking road rules. Almost 67,000 new drivers in the UK have penalty points on their provisional licence, according to the DVLA, due to offences such as speeding, running a red light and driving without supervision. Scottish town Paisley had the lowest percentage of dangerous new drivers Under the New Drivers Act, learners who receive penalty points will have them passed over to their full licence once they’ve passed their driving test – and they will stay on your record for at least three years. Drivers who rack up six or more points in their first two years on the road will automatically lose their licence, and be forced to pass both theory and practical sections of the driving test again. And while England is the UK’s hotbed for risky learners, Scotland’s new drivers are much better behaved. Scottish town Paisley recorded the lowest number of  dangerous provisional drivers, with just 130 learners recording points on their licence. It was one of seven Scottish postcodes that had the lowest percentage of new drivers with points on their licence.  [article-rail-section title=”latest motors news” posts_category=”5725″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”recent” /] Tom Preston, managing director of Hippo Leasing, said: “While there is a wider debate to be had about the accountability of learner drivers and whether they should be penalised in the same way as fully-qualified drivers, it’s important to promote road safety from the start. “This new DVLA data gives an interesting insight into which learner drivers are better at following the rules than others. “However, with all new cars sold in UK set to have built-in speed limiting technology from 2022, this may help more learners avoid being caught-out by speed cameras in particular.”
24 Apr 19
The Irish Sun
YOU’RE most likely to encounter a dangerous learner driver in Peterborough than you’re anywhere else in the country. And the most law-abiding provisional motorists are driving on Scottish roads, a new study has found. Peterborough is the main hotspot for dangerous learner drivers in the UK Recent DVLA figures obtained by Hippo Leasing revealed Peterborough had the highest proportion of dangerous learners, with 1,245 out of 92,813 provisional drivers with points on their licence. Nottingham also recorded a high number of dangerous learners, with 1,843 out of 144,606 new drivers having points on their licence. Northampton (943), Bristol (1,239) and Wakefield (741) rounded out the top five postcodes in the UK for provisional drivers breaking road rules. Almost 67,000 new drivers in the UK have penalty points on their provisional licence, according to the DVLA, due to offences such as speeding, running a red light and driving without supervision. Scottish town Paisley had the lowest percentage of dangerous new drivers Under the New Drivers Act, learners who receive penalty points will have them passed over to their full licence once they’ve passed their driving test – and they will stay on your record for at least three years. Drivers who rack up six or more points in their first two years on the road will automatically lose their licence, and be forced to pass both theory and practical sections of the driving test again. And while England is the UK’s hotbed for risky learners, Scotland’s new drivers are much better behaved. Scottish town Paisley recorded the lowest number of  dangerous provisional drivers, with just 130 learners recording points on their licence. It was one of seven Scottish postcodes that had the lowest percentage of new drivers with points on their licence.  [article-rail-section title=”latest motors news” posts_category=”4843″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”recent” /] Tom Preston, managing director of Hippo Leasing, said: “While there is a wider debate to be had about the accountability of learner drivers and whether they should be penalised in the same way as fully-qualified drivers, it’s important to promote road safety from the start. “This new DVLA data gives an interesting insight into which learner drivers are better at following the rules than others. “However, with all new cars sold in UK set to have built-in speed limiting technology from 2022, this may help more learners avoid being caught-out by speed cameras in particular.”
24 Apr 19
The Sideline Observer

The NFL Draft, mercifully, is here. It’s a huge one for the Redskins who find themselves at a franchise crossroads. We’re not quite good enough to dream of a Super Bowl, but we’re also not shitty enough to justify tanking. Thanks to our old friend mediocrity, we pick smack dab in the middle of the […]

24 Apr 19
Enjoy the Show

As part of Lancashire Fringe Festival, Louise Fazackerley is working with three poets – Amy Lee Tempest, Helena Ascough and Richy Integer – who will perform on the opening night og the festival (Weds May 15 at Vinyl Tap). Louise is also running a FREE poetry workshop in Preston on the afternoon of Weds, May […]

24 Apr 19
Heloise west-Velvetpanic

Title: A Summer’s Day: Shakespearean Anthology with a Twist Author: Various Authors Publisher: Self – Published Release Date: August 12, 2016 Heat Level: 3 – Some Sex Pairing: Male/Male Length: 115 K (12 short stories) Genre: Romance, Fantasy, Young Adult Add to Goodreads Synopsis We’re celebrating Shakespeare’s legacy with this collection of 12 stories based […]

24 Apr 19
Inside The Star

If you were to look at the Dallas Cowboys depth chart at wide receiver right now you would think they were set at the position. But, the way they’ve approached the offseason and some of the prospects they’ve shown an interest in throughout the draft process seems to suggest otherwise. Wide receiver seems to be […]

24 Apr 19
Packers Wire

Here’s a final seven-round mock draft for the Packers before the start of the 2019 draft: 

24 Apr 19
Film and Digital Times

Guillermo Granillo, AMC, AEC graduated from the Escuela Activa de Fotografía in Mexico City, studied graphic design at the Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana (UAM) and film at the Centro de Capacitación Cinematográfica (CCC). He is a member of the Sociedad Mexicana de Autores de Fotografía Cinematográfica (AMC) and the Asociación Española de Cinefotógrafos (AEC).

24 Apr 19
Bush League Sports Talk

– Sam Carlin   There’s a million other mock drafts on the internet, so I might as well throw mine in the hat! Hope you enjoy – Arizona Cardinals – Kyler Murray, QB – Oklahoma I don’t think there’s any doubt that Kyler will be going number one, the real question is what GM Steve […]

24 Apr 19
Noticias Ultimas

Britney Spears estaba ansiosa por tranquilizar a sus fans. A la edad de 37 años, la gran cantante sintió la necesidad de recibir ayuda sobre su salud mental al ser internada en un hospital psiquiátrico. Hace más de un mes que el compañero de Sam Asghari fue hospitalizado. Tenía un día libre el domingo de […]

24 Apr 19
Football Burp

Be amazed by my tips for Saturday 27th and Sunday 28th April!

24 Apr 19
Robs Emporium

The victim is thought to have been attacked by a group of men in Harlesden, police said. …

24 Apr 19
Browns Wire

Predicting the final picks

24 Apr 19
C-Photo

Yan Preston In December we had two visiting speakers in. One being Yan Preston. Preston was born in China, where she studied clinical medicine and worked as an anaesthetist for three years in Shanghai. She moved to the UK in 2005 with her husband, who’s British, when she decided it was time for career change. […]

24 Apr 19
News Archives Uk

Family and friends paid tribute to a popular scaffolding died in an accident on A66. Keith Moore, 42, of Egremont, was returning home after finishing early at Keswick Scaffolding Services Ltd. when the three-car collision occurred around lunchtime on Friday. His boss said he was eager to finish his job earlier so he could come […]