Sajid Javid MP - (replacing Maria Miller as culture secretary) Harriet Harman MP - (next Labour leader) Kirsty Williams AM - (some Welsh bird) Billy Bragg - (weird washed up leftist semi-talented singer songwriter)
Probably some more too but I can't be arsed to read up on it and they didn't invite me despite applying (it's in Chelsea, short journey these days).
I've been listening to iTunes when all of a sudden the speakers will stop emitting sound. Same with streaming TV and all other sound output. They then seem to work after a few minutes. With no real pattern to this, it seems arbitrary to me.
I have a valid customer number and they have my correct and up to date details in the system; I buy home tickets online occasionally and a fair few away tickets over the past few years.
My mate and I have decided to buy 2 season tickets for next year in the North Lower, paying over direct debit, so last week I ordered these online. I've received NOTHING in the way of a welcome letter, email, or text. All I've got is that generic email which says "if this is a match ticket please print the attachment" etc. Rubbish.
You'd think they'd at least send out a headed letter thanking me for my support and in theory £800 investment in the club.
I've moved into a new place and got Virgin Media internet up and running. We've also got a Samsung Smart TV, and wondered whether we could use a splitter from the virgin box on the wall to get freeview on that Smart TV?
Anyone on here fluent/semi-fluent in German, and non-native?
Any particular tips, other than of course moving to a German speaking country. At the minute I am using Podcasts, exchanging emails with native speakers who want to improve their English, and conversing where possible with German speakers at work (luckily I work with a Swiss Bank at the minute). I've heard films are good, to help you immerse yourself in the language...