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Bombed out

Astragal, readers will be pleased to hear, has been handed his ‘indispensable guide’ to working at the AJ’s new home, Greater London House in Camden. This useful handbook gives the conscientious worker advice for any eventuality. At the back of the binder is a handy ‘Telephone bomb threat checklist’, providing instructions on what to do in the event of someone wishing to blow up the AJ. The reader is told to ask such questions as: ‘Where is the bomb?’. Astragal is rather eager to have ...


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