council estate


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council estate

n (Brit) → complesso di case popolari
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Damian Collins was 15 and living in a council estate in Stratford on January 3, 1996, when he fatally attacked 19-year-old Anthony Erskine.
A baronet vicar who lived on a council estate and drove a battered old van has left more than pounds 5 million in his will.
Fears that residents on a former council estate built on toxic land may lose out on their insurance have been abated after it was confirmed that 'most people' would be covered.
Maybe she wants to win Oasis wildman Liam back by looking like she was dragged up on an inner-city council estate.
The group pioneered the current Chav phenomenon epitomised by loud, brash accessories, also referred to as council estate chic.
Chief executive Mike Unger said Dr Reid should ``try and justify his remarks to a widow on a council estate whose husband died young from lung cancer leaving behind young children.
I lived on a council estate as a child and, when I got married, brought up five children while living on Thorntree estate.
Parents on the adjacent council estate are quite rightly furious that the school has altered its boundaries to attract children from a private estate three miles away.
But it will be met with protests by parents and union members who say children from a nearby primary school on a deprived council estate will be excluded.
Lotto loser Wendy Graham is selling her pounds 260,000 house on the coast to move back to a council estate in Newcastle.
David Mark Skimmings, 31,of Wyndham Gardens,Wrexham, faces a charge of violent disorder following disturbances on the council estate during Monday,June 23.
SECURITY measures on a Maesteg council estate have been stepped up following Echo reports of discarded syringes and malicious fires.

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