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March 7, 2014 8:52 pm
From Dr E G Nisbet.
Sir, Now that British Airways (BA) is reported as “positive” on Scottish independence, what are we to call it? EWSA, for English, Welsh and Scottish Air, sounds sheepish. WESA is already the Wills, Estates and Succession Act. Were it not for the dive-bomber option of RestUKA, we’d sadly be left with the rather unfragrant SEWA. Is this another Thatcher-tail moment?
E G Nisbet, Egham, Surrey, UK
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