A little titbit for you. The Middlesex Guildhall – you know, the building on Parliament Square that Saint Tony is trying to turn into the new English Supreme Court – has in fact been a Supreme Court before. ‘What?’, I hear you ask. ‘Britain has never had a Supreme Court before!’ Well, this is true. But the Polish Supreme Court in absentia had to have a home after the nasty Nazis invaded, didn’t they? So they took up residence in Middlesex Guildhall. Astragal has a geeky ...
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