Only in British Isles
DUE TO BREXIT NEGOTIATIONS, SERVICES HAVE BEEN WITHDRAWN UNTIL NORMALITY RETURNS IN THE UK.
The arrogant Brits can't stand anyone making rules
In 1995 UNESCO started World Book Day & was to be held on 23rd April. The UK condescended to take part for 3 years but then in 1998 and ever since, holds the event in March. They don't even agree to hand back the name still claiming it as World Book Day & they forced Ireland to join in.
And all to avoid a clash with England's Syrian born St. George's Day!
So my two suppressed grandchildren had to take part in Ireland.
Charlotte went for Roald Dahl's "Matilda" one of the most popular of all time children's novels and dressed wonderfully to match.
Elliot went for "Survivor: Titanic" by Stephen Davies and again well dressed.
My adapted review of this review of the Titanic book reminds me of something:
"Our fascination with the EU is endless and it is interesting that one slightly bent banana would continue to capture our imagination, over a half-century since we joined, in a way that no other matter has. Perhaps it is the impossibility of it all? The EU was the grandest expression of solidarity of all time, said to be unsinkable, yet she hadn't reckoned with Nigel Farage ............."
The UK celebrating 46 years of moaning about an organisation that some people link it to the demise of £sd and introduction of decimalisation in 1971 three years before joining.