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The van is part of Police Scotlands task force, which has been set up to deal with the aftermath of Storm Arwen:

- they're called 'the Special Branch'.
They were busy trying to save the life of a man whose pickup 🛻 had been crushed by a fallen tree, when that happened to their van, unfortunately the person they were attending didn’t survive.
What do you do when you can’t get under the low bridge between Doncaster and Wakefield - Well you don’t reverse into a field gateway and detach the skelly with a container and bugger off ….do you ?

It’s like English, but a bit more Scottishy. Nicola loves that sort of thing.

We’ve got doubled up road signs now, just like Wales, no one speaks Gaelic here though. I looked it up, last recorded person in our area with Gaelic as a first language was up a glen and they died in the 1880s.

But that is probably the plan in store for you, the wicked witch will rid Scotland of the English and bring back the groat as official currency and start you on your own language again as well.

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