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BBC site down?


Graham.

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Too many watching online, perhaps.

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VoG II

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Very slow on and off since 8AM.

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sunnystaines

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just painfully slow

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Graham.

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Of course, people from all over the world will be watching online, especially if it's not on TV in their country. And people at work, of course.

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eedcam

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Sad!

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LastChip

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Well eedcam, you are of course entitled to your opinion. But my view is (and I'm not particularly royalist) that the wedding was Britain at it's best.

Pure pageantry that most of the world cannot begin to match.

More of that, less politics and we would all be psychologically better off and live in a far better place.

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buteman

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Working Ok here.

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eedcam

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Last Chip Less politics ah great back to Off with their heads at a royal whim Ha1

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