RESULT!: Eye can make a few bob here; IN ASSOCIATION WITH betfair.com.Byline: DEREK McGOVERN
THE London Eye The London Eye, also known as the Millennium Wheel, is a Ferris Wheel (or observation wheel) in London, England. At the time of building, it was the biggest in the world, although there are now larger wheels, such as The Star of Nanchang, which was opened in May 2006. has been a massive hit because the giant wheel offers the chance to see everything London has to offer - like traffic jams, beggars, stab victims, and Fulham.
But now British Airways are pulling out of their sponsorship deal, presumably pre·sum·a·ble
That can be presumed or taken for granted; reasonable as a supposition: presumable causes of the disaster. after reports that Arsene Wenger went on the Eye and saw nothing.
BA made the usual excuses but I'm betting cash was the main reason - there was more to this than meets the Eye.
Now bookies Paddy Power are betting on who the next sponsors will be - a market you've got to say is Interesting with a capital Eye. Virgin are in the running - a form of travel that's faster than their trains - and get a 10-1 quote, but telecom giant 02 is the 8-1 favourite to tie up the Eye because, Power say, "it's a perfect fit", which is exactly what I had when I saw the cost of going on it.
I bought the moosus a fur jacket made of pure hamster hamster, Old World rodent, related to the voles, lemmings, and New World mice. There are many hamster species, classified in several genera. All are solitary, burrowing, nocturnal animals, with chunky bodies, short tails, soft, thick fur, and large external cheek hair for Christmas. She loved it, but now she goes on the London Eye 12 times a day.
Next London Eye sponsor: 8-1 02, London Olympics, 10-1 Virgin, Adidas, Vodafone, 12-1 BP, Lloyds, Shell, 14-1 EDF Energy, Tesco, 16-1 Coca-Cola, Mastercard, McDonalds, Visa, Nike, 18-1 bar
Additional reporting by John Shaw