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Byline: VALERIE HILL

THANK goodness I have a pliable (well almost) husband with personal transport willing to ferry rubbish from home to tip.

Without this built-in handyman, we'd be overwhelmed in wrapping paper and turkey bones if left to rely on the usual dustbin cart services.

How come, when so many people actually work across Christmas, the binmen (now privatised for extra efficiency, natch) made their last visit a week before December 25 and I doubt if we'll see them until a week after New Year?

And will there be the usual upset about taking overflow from the festive wheeliebin?
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Publication:Daily Post (Liverpool, England)
Date:Jan 4, 2008
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