I am afraid Wales is absolutely off-limits for this game. Please refer to Gubbins' Compendium of Rules - page 62, rule 261.3.1. It may seem unfair, but that's the way it is. So I am afraid we are going to have to settle for Farringdon (nearest station to the London Welsh Centre).
Oh no! not Eurovision!! (Does Brexit get us out of competing? That would definitely be a benefit!). Let's get as far away as we can. Pratchett's Hypothesis suggests that from Watford High Street we might be able to see one of the elephants.
Applying Kennari equivalence (recently readded to the Standardised North-West System Rules after the pen-pushers at the distribution board removed it back in '03), we can use the red-letter jump and end up at Edgware Road (not that one; the other one).
Sorry, but St Paul's is covered by the Musselburgh Convention. It can only be included in a move on Sundays in August when the year is divisible by seven. So I am afraid I will have to convert your move to Ickenham
I am sorry, but I am going to challenge that. The linear pincer move was created under the previous monarch and I don't believe it has ever been given the the Royal Ascent under the current one - in which case the move will fail to achieve escape velocity, the arrester gear will kick in and you will find yourself in the bottom of a large hole at Plaistow