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Nicey replies: I believe we must have parked next to you on Sunday whilst taking the younger members of staff on a field trip. According to the many stickers already on your car you 'love donkey sanctuaries, and have done for years', you also 'love Whitstable Bay', 'Scotland' and of course the 'AA'. Perhaps we'll invent the large transparent car sticker with the tiny words written in one corner saying 'I love being able to see out of my windows'.

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Although Sting's back catalogue might seem like a perfect tool for sociological/economic research unfortunately he hasn't written a song about all the Starbucks shops around the UK.