And the nosiest
among them can even zoom in and look at the state of your curtains, examine the tidiness of your back yard or front garden and even comment on the cleanliness of the car parked in the drive.
A decision to refuse permission for a digital advertising screen on a building overlooking the busiest and nosiest
part of the central retail area on the grounds that people viewing the Lord Nelson statue in the Bullring some 300 yards away might be discomfited is as inexplicable as it is daft.
A new report today claims Newcastle is the nosiest
place in Britain.
The players have told me it will be the nosiest
place I've ever played, but I think we can thrive on that.
THE village of Killin in Perthshire has been revealed as having the nosiest
folk in Scotland,according to how many residents logged on to the website MyhousePrice.
Shots of Cardiff and its nosiest
people will be edited into a short film, Mongrel Nation, which will be screened on the channel next month.
Leicester City supporters have been named the nosiest
in the Premiership and can shout louder than a Formula One racing car.
Mirror, mirror on the wall, who's the nosiest
dog of all?
It's the nosiest
holiday activity imaginable, but it's extremely interesting and the architecture, particularly the incredible art deco properties that the likes of Marilyn Monroe used to live in, is beautiful.
ONE of the UK's most expensive towns was yesterday named the country's nosiest
He is a past master at evading a journalist's nosiest
questions by tossing in a diversionary joke, but Martin, 42, has good reason to be in rude health.
Their new neighbours are delighted to be invited to a housewarming party where the nosiest
people in Walford fully expect to have their curiosity satisfied.
It wasn't the biggest crowd of the season by a long way, but it was one of the nosiest
and the chanting and singing coming from the terracing and stands gave the team a huge lift.
It's the nosiest
holiday activity maginable, but it's extremely interesting and the architecture, particularly the incredible art deco properties that the likes of Marilyn Monroe used to live in, is beautiful.
A regional breakdown of the survey shows that: lThe Welsh are the nosiest
neighbours: 24 per cent admit they have viewed properties just to check their market worth, with no intention of moving (compared with the national average of 14 per cent).