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November 13, 2019

Gainsborough

Lincolnshire Threatens To Flood Nottinghamshire As Feud Continues Over Who Has the Best Roadside Eateries

Tensions between Lincolnshire and Nottinghamshire heightened today after Lincolnshire threatened to flood it’s neighbour. The low farmlands around Beckingham and Saundby will be the targets of the first wave of flooding if Nottinghamshire does not apologise for the comments made by the manager of Trent Port as reported in the Sausage here: Military Gather As

Happy Lincolnshire Day You Yellow-bellied Folk.

Lincolnshire’s official county day is here Sausage readers and it marks the anniversary of the Lincolnshire Rising, a revolt by Catholics against the establishment of the Church of England by Henry VIII on 1st October 1536. Yellowbellies (pronounced yeller belly) born and bred in Lincolnshire, and those who have moved to the county and now

Urgent Police Investigation Launched Into Sex Worker Trafficking After Hearing ‘9 Vans Of Virgin Workers Spotted In Gainsborough’.

It has been revealed that Lincolnshire police have now closed a massive investigation into alleged sex worker trafficking in Gainsborough after they realised that 9 vans of workers seen parked up on a local road were workers for Virgin Media and not ‘virgin’ sex workers.  The investigation was launched after detective A. Rsetoot of the

Are You Ready For The Brexit Purge?

Purge Like Warning Sirens Set To Welcome In The Start Of Brexit. Flood and warning sirens in towns across the county will sound at midnight on the 1st of November to warn locals of the start of Brexit.  Lincolnshire folk, make sure you are Purge ready as your survival depends on it! Experts and analysts

Residents Left In The Dark As Town Prepares For Brexit

Gainsborough last night prepared for Brexit by having a scheduled mini power cut which was organised by the Council and the European energy suppliers that run the power stations in the area. Normally the council can’t organise a piss up in a brewery so hats off to them. Many worried locals took to Facebook to

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