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This is not an indication of a security issue such as a virus or attack.It could be something as simple as a run away script or learning how to better use E-utilities, for more efficient work such that your work does not impact the ability of other researchers to also use our site.Sawtry Parish Council has called an extra-ordinary meeting to discuss its response on that evening.Your access to the NCBI website at gov has been temporarily blocked due to a possible misuse/abuse situation involving your site.“And that place wasn’t two minutes’ walk from a residential area,” she pointed out.
You can protect your children against porn on the internet, but now you won’t be able to protect them from porn in their own village.” Another resident, James Gillespie, added: “This will not be the end of this company’s ambitions.
They could set-up a sex cinema in the old Travel Lodge hotel next door.
It will be a sex retail park on our doorstep.” INFORMATION: Comments about the application must be submitted to the district council by September 8.
No more excuses at Pathfinder House (headquarters of HDC) – you’re hands are not tied.” Grandfather Alan Morris read out Mr Vara’s statement which confirmed his opposition, saying he was: “Appalled that something so out of character could even be considered.” He urged the district council to come up with a policy which stated no sex shops were allowed in the area, something Mr Walters suggested in The Hunts Post last week.
Tinkers Lane resident Pauline Potter reported on her visit to a Cocktails Ltd establishment on the A1 near Grantham, saying it catered for extreme sexual tastes and was screening pornographic movies.
We have got something out of it and that’s the main thing.” The motion demanded: - Huntingdonshire District Council’s licensing panel refuse the application because it would be inappropriate for the character of the locality - That Sawtry Parish Council meet to establish its views on the application and send those to the district council before the September 8 deadline for comments - Huntingdonshire District Council establishes a policy on sex establishments in the district before hearing the application The meeting was chaired by ward councillor Darren Tysoe, who confirmed his opposition, saying: “There was a unanimous and strong message delivered tonight – we don’t want a sex shop in Sawtry and many of these people will be there when councillors on the panel make their decision.