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  Reply # 1520448 27-Mar-2016 16:22
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gzt: According to the website they moved the Royle Epsom Bridge Club from Epsom to Meadowbank and kept the same name. So probably nothing ; ).


Yes - they made the move just to out-fox and keep one step ahead of GCSB and SIS. So far it's working a treat. A quasi-monarchist subversive pressure group called Royle Epsom but based in Meadowbank - clever.


It may be worse than you initially thought. Given the strange spelling they may have already dumped their royal patron. They could indeed be subversives ; ).

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  Reply # 1520451 27-Mar-2016 16:29
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gzt: According to the website they moved the Royle Epsom Bridge Club from Epsom to Meadowbank and kept the same name. So probably nothing ; ).

 

 

 

Yes - they made the move just to out-fox and keep one step ahead of GCSB and SIS. So far it's working a treat. A quasi-monarchist subversive pressure group called Royle Epsom but based in Meadowbank - clever.

 


It may be worse than you initially thought. Given the strange spelling they may have already dumped their royal patron. They could indeed be subversives ; ).

 

Correct again. Perhaps faux-monarchist would be a better description.


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