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  1. Martin Lewis of MSE. Listening to the radio whilst in the car and Martin Lewis was being interviewed - he mentioned that if you even have one drink whilst on holiday, it could invalidate any insurance claim.. I did a googly when I got home and yep... he says it again HERE If you've had even ONE drink, it can invalidate any claim
  2. http://www.smh.com.au/lifestyle/health-and-wellbeing/fitness/chubby-older-fathers-are-more-attractive-to-women-and-live-longer-scientists-say-20161102-gsgnm7.html According to research, older chubby Men are more attractive to Women and live longer. I have been saying this for years, that having a beer belly is a real chick magnate and what makes you happy helps you live longer.
  3. Having researched the drink driving law I came across this article (see attachment) I think there is going to be a new level for a positive breathe sample from 35 down to 22 can someone read this attachment and confirm that what I am reading is correct.... Your comments please as always
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