December 13, 2019
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Headline writers must be having a field day with the UK election; all those references to the Holidays, the Nightmare before Xmas, the fact that today is Friday the 13th. Hopefully you'll excuse your humble newsletter writer for not having the tabloid touch; today's newsletter leads with a really important story which is a memorial ceremony taking place this Sunday, Dec 15, in North Wales, to mark 75 years since the tragic loss of the US B-24 Liberator, The Jigs Up, and 8 of its crew. There are also some useful updates on facial recognition at US airports, and how to opt out, expected times for decisions on UK visas, and in case you missed it, there's details on the mailing deadlines for getting parcels and letters to the States or Canada in time for Xmas. Also, a festive competition for a fab pair of tickets to see The Nutcracker at The Royal Albert Hall! We hope you're having happy Holidays, and that you enjoy your newsletter.
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NEWS | North Wales Ceremony to Remember WW2 US Air Crew

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NEWS | US Citizens won't be subject to compulsory facial recognition when entering/leaving America

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NEWS | UK Home Office publishes Visa Decision Waiting Times

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NEWS | UK Postal Deadlines for Xmas 2019

Article Five COMPETITION | Win Tickets to See The Nutcracker at the Royal Albert Hall
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