the last leg

Climate activists also disrupted the opening night of the BBC Proms at the Royal Albert Hall.
"It makes you want to spit," the Doctor Who actor said of Rishi Sunak's government.
The comedy routine was blasted due to graphic lyrics describing the execution of LGBTQ+ people in Qatar.
"I see what they were trying to do but turning such brutal, systemic violence into a song isn't the way to raise awareness."
The presenter dismissed Nadine Dorries' recent comments about Liz Truss and Rishi Sunak's wardrobes amid the Tory civil war.
The star made headlines in 2020 when she admitted she’d initially “had difficulty” not wanting the prime minister to die when he caught Covid-19.
For the last two weeks, Channel 4 has been without subtitles, audio description or sign language services.
The ITV daytime star certainly made her feelings known after the health secretary was pictured kissing his aide.
The Australian comic insisted: "If you say [something] and you lose your audience, then you have probably said the wrong thing."
Yet another reason to love the Handforth Parish Council clerk – aka Britney Spears.