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Soreen seems to be the hardest word

Let us prove to you, that we did pay attention in English literature class, especially the one about George Orwell's dystopian classic, Beverly Hills 1984.

In the post-apocalyptic landscape that is Brexit Britain (in a somewhat unspecified time in the future... don't quite know when), the cricket club or bingo syndicate with control over a shipment of Flora reigns supreme over the forsaken island.  Modern day bandits roam National Trust picnic areas armed with sharpened cricket stumps and pointy bingo markers. Meanwhile, hipster pirates raid Waitrose branches of seaside towns from Bournemouth to Blackpool for the "miracle" margarine, the new gold if you will, high on the free coffee*.

*Yes, these merciless marauders indeed undertake their marauding equipped with their very own reusable, eco-friendly cups.  While a token banana is purchased from the cafe to be eligible for the offer.

Amidst this immense social turmoil, the Groceries Code Adjudicator - now the single …

LoRa-Wan Kenobi

In the regurgitated words of Michael BublĂ©: It's a new dawnIt's a new dayIt's a new Star Wars filmFor meAnd I'm (George Lucas, and I'm) feeling good.  Unfortunately for Canadian Mike, the Grammy that year was won by the novelty disco classic with the famous refrain: We love IoT, even in Planet Tatooine*.

*Not true.

Clearly, the Star Wars producers didn't sincerely mean the lastJedi the previous time around.  Return of the Jedi, released during the decade that spearheaded cultural renaissance 2.0 with the mullet and hair-metal, was less economic with the truth.  Either way, we're going to take inspiration from the impressive longevity of the money-spinning space-opera and reboot our franchise with some Jedi mind tricks.  Except this particular flick doesn't require an ever-growing cast of unrecognisable characters, unless ASCII or UTF counts.  In place of an ensemble gathering of Hollywood stars and starlets, we will be assembling together a…