By Veronica Henry
For one staff of passengers settling in to their seats and taking their first sips of champagne, the adventure from London to Venice is greater than the journey of a lifetime.
A mysterious errand; a promise made to a demise pal; an unforeseen inspiration; a mystery achieving again a lifetime...As the educate sweeps on, revelations, confessions and assignations spread opposed to the main romantic and notorious surroundings on the earth.
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Lamar scowls and leaves them to it. He has more important things to do than listen to a lecture on the river. As he pushes through the doors of the administration block he is phoning his secretary, telling her to get on to Greenwich Council and see they get the necessary pumps up here fast. Otherwise the press is going to see just what kind of a reception the borough puts on for its visitors. ************************* Across the river in the Telegraph offices at Canary Wharf, journalist Lauren Khan's day starts with a trawl through the Internet news channels.
Day-to-day administration is in the hands of the career civil servants. In a very real sense it is the PS's who run the country through their departments. The PS is followed by Venetia's principal private secretary, another senior civil servant but working for her rather than for the department. After him comes the Director of Emergency Planning and his deputy to whom Gordon of DEFRA spoke earlier. It is that telephone call that has prompted Venetia to summon the meeting. The rear is brought up by officials from the Fire Inspectorate and the Police Support Unit and policy advisers from Venetia's staff bearing files and notepads.
It is salt. She can smell the sea. Suddenly she feels afraid. 'I was frightened because I had never smelt the sea in Ilford before. ' ************************* North Kent, near the Dartford Crossing. It is dark still as the shuttle bus, with Kerry Rosin and other workers aboard, comes up the rise from Greenhithe. The woods beside the road open out and all at once there is Bluewater. A mile from the Thames, a former chalk quarry has been excavated down to a depth of forty-five metres to create a 240-acre man-made amphitheatre walled on three sides by sheer cliffs.