I'd be interested to hear how you get on with the Loctite. I've got noisy Tacx Antares as well and I've been meaning to do something about it, but haven't got round to it yet. Would be good to know if just adding some Loctite sorts it. All the fixes I've online seem to involve changing the bearings too.
Sounds like you're making really good progress Blisters. I've been on the rollers quite a lot in the last couple of weeks, as a slight calf strain has kept me from running. Haven't done more than an hour straight though. I know distance is pretty meaningless without resistance, but was well pleased with 56km in an hour the other night
Have been too busy to keep up with this thread over the last couple of weeks. I've scanned back through - lots of really good training going on. Good to see people coming back from illness and injury too.
I had a good long run the weekend before last, and followed up with a decent tempo run last Tuesday. Slight niggle in my left calf after intervals last Thursday, but seemed fine until I set off for a long run at the weekend, and didn't get more than a couple of miles. I've been rather prone to calf strains in the past, and it doesn't feel too bad, so fingers crossed it won't stop me running for too long. It seems fine cycling (if anything it's better after a good ride) so did an hour on the rollers Tuesday evening and probably another hour tonight. It's reminded me to be more disciplined about using the wobble board I bought to try and help avoid calf problems, but which I don't use often enough
Interesting site. One issue with anonymising the policies is that it takes away the element of whether you trust a party and its representatives to follow through (or be able to) on what their policy says they'll do. It's all well and good agreeing with what a party says they'll do but if I don't believe them, or don't believe that they're able to deliver on that, I'm not going to vote for them on the basis of that issue.
In a lot of cases it was pretty obvious which policy came from which party, but once you complete it there's a link to a policy browser to read through them all.
For the record 1/3 red, 1/3 green, 2/9 yellow, and 1/9 blue.