The two leading magazines that focus on current railway topics both have headline articles about Virgin Trains East Coast in their April (current) editions.
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A £21m investment will improve the interiors and reliability of our current trains, before the launch of 65 brand new state-of-the-art Super Express trains from 2018.
There will be more trains on existing routes and the introduction of some new destinations
Start collecting Nectar points from 1 March and carry on redeeming your existing Rewards Points up until 30 September
Standard Anytime fares will go down by 10% for long distance journeys to/from London, from May 2015
Here's what's in store...
We're giving away 10 pairs of First Class return tickets to celebrate the launch of Virgin Trains East Coast.
To be in with a chance of winning, all you need to do is correctly answer the following question:
P.S. Non-Virgin East Coast boss has announced timetable improvements as follows:-
From December 2015
Some Edinburgh trains extended to Stirling
Some Newcastle trains extended to Sunderland
From December (?) 2016
Four additional trains between Edinburgh and London.
Will these be trains currently terminating at Newcastle?
So they looked for an opportunity. They bribed some men to pretend they were sincere, and they sent them to trap Jesus with questions, so that they could hand him over to the authority and power of the Roman Governor. "Tell us, is it against our Law for us to pay taxes to the Roman Emperor, or not?”
If Jesus said "yes" he would have been in trouble with the Romans; if he said "no" he would be in troible with the Jewish authorities. Between a rock and a hard place.
But Jesus saw through their trick and said to them, “Show me a silver coin. Whose face and name are these on it?”
“The Emperor's,” they answered.
So Jesus said, “Well, then, pay to the Emperor what belongs to the Emperor, and pay to God what belongs to God.”
Great answer; appropriate in the run up to a General Election. The tension rises yet another notch; but they'll get him in the end.