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Christopher Snowdon, author of the Adam Smith Institute report, said: "It is extraordinary that a government which claims to be against excessive regulation should be contemplating a law which even the provisional wing of the anti-smoking lobby considered unthinkable until very recently.
Just to make the provisional wing of the Celtic support feel at home Utrecht fans even wheeled out a "Tiocfaidh Ar La" solidarity banner.
CHELSY DAVY lovingly watched on as her prince was awarded his provisional wings by his father.
The 25-year-old must decide whether to fly an Apache or a Lynx helicopter before receiving his Provisional Wings from his father, Prince Charles, at his graduation next Friday.
He also served as Deputy Commander for Logistics for a provisional wing in the Persian Gulf theater for the first Gulf War.
He's like the grandson Alf Garnett never had, or the provisional wing of UKIP.
The break-in at Bingley Hall showed that the Baconians now had a provisional wing.
Worst of all from our point of view, what if the provisional wing of Islam sees this as carte blanche for any act of terrorism it chooses to visit on us?