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  • In an entirely predictable general election result, Sir George Fotheringhay-Smythe MP (formerly of the Kings Ruralshire Rifles, ex city bank director and once a Tory junior minister under Ted Heath) has won every single vote in his Ruralshire South constituency.

    Ruralshire Election Results SHOCK! « POLICE INSPECTOR BLOG

  • Sir George Fotheringhay-Smythe MP used to take lunch with the Chief Constable every fortnight.

    Ruralshire Election Results SHOCK! « POLICE INSPECTOR BLOG

  • The chances of Sir George Fotheringhay-Smythe MP losing the seat his party has held here in the Shire since records began are fecking zero in any case.

    Ruralshire Constabulary – General Election Advice « POLICE INSPECTOR BLOG

  • Determined to uncover the truth, Janet travels from Fotheringhay Castle to Edinburgh to pursue an investigation that could endanger her life - and bring disgrace to her own family.

    There's Something About Mary

  • Edward meets me at Fotheringhay, as we had arranged, quietly furious.

    The White Queen

  • We steal away together to walk in the gardens of Fotheringhay.

    The White Queen

  • He is as good as his word and returns from his trip to Rome in time to meet us at Fotheringhay in July.

    The White Queen

  • He rides out from Fotheringhay behind a harshly rippling standard and surrounded by a guard ready for battle to go to Nottingham to the great castle there, and wait for the enemy to show himself.

    The White Queen

  • Indeed, she has been so discourteous that Edward has given her Fotheringhay to keep her from court.

    The White Queen

  • Her execution, by beheading, was therefore ordered, and Mary was sent to Fotheringhay to await her death.

    The Pawprints of History

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