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Sometimes, if they have their phones that means they spend time together, looking at videos and interacting. He will, however, warn his players that Twitter can be an instant mood-killer. Southgate has not put a message on Twitter since April and seems perfectly happy to have made the break.
Nobody pointed out there was more just one dissenter after Southgate had named his squad earlier in the week. Yet the England manager did not show a flicker of self-doubt when it came to explaining his choices and, though he was tactful not to say anything that could be construed as overly critical, there were various clues when it came to the players who had been left out. He wanted his team to press the opposition, he added, and hunt down the ball.
Listening to this little speech, it felt clear why Jack Wilshere and Jonjo Shelvey were considered only briefly. Southgate reiterated his sympathies for Ryan Bertrand and insisted the door was still open for Joe Hart if the goalkeeper found a new club next season and returned to form. Reason : Roadworks are planned.
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Lanes Closed : There will be one of two lanes closed. Location : The M20 westbound between junctions J6 and J1. Lane Closures : Lanes 1, 2 and 3 will be closed. Schedule : From on 7 July to on 8 July Schedule : From on 14 July to on 15 July Schedule : Expect disruption everyday between and from 21 July to 23 July Schedule : Expect disruption everyday between and from 24 July to 26 July Location : The M20 westbound between junctions J6 and J2.
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M20 J5 eastbound exit to distributor Eastbound Road Works. Location : The M20 eastbound exit slip at junction J6. M20 J5 eastbound access to distributor Eastbound Road Works. Location : The M20 eastbound between junctions J5 and J6. Further, in , two Dutch agents did manage to escape from captivity, but their claims on returning to Britain were dismissed and they were arrested for suspected counter-espionage due to a fake message sent by Giskes that two German agents were being sent to the UK from the Netherlands.
The operation was not completely shut down until Giskes himself sent a cynical clear text message to the SOE on 1 April complaining about the lack of recent business given that he had been servicing them for so long. Giskes' message also "promised a warm welcome to any further agents SOE wished to insert into the Netherlands". By November it was clear to the signals section that agents were in German hands.
The fact that neither the Dutch section, overseeing "operations" in the Netherlands, nor other services were notified is probably motivated by inter-departmental rivalry  between the SOE and the rival Secret Intelligence Service "C" from which SOE had been created. Any failure would weaken political positions. It has also been argued that SOE had set up the operation for the single purpose of leading the Germans into believing that an invasion would take place in the Netherlands rather than Normandy.
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However, the decision to land at Normandy had not been made until late into the Englandspiel saga. Marks claims in his book that the real issue was internal rivalry between the SOE and the SIS; the former did not want to admit error. Marks says he was ordered to withhold important cryptographic information from people investigating the Dutch operation at the time. During the Englandspiel the following agents amongst others were dropped in the Netherlands:.