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Dec 10, 15, 2:25 pm
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Posted By ajax

Well no, actually. The morning non-stop trains...

Well no, actually. The morning non-stop trains from Surbiton to Waterloo are scheduled at 18 minutes (for instance, the 7:38 non-stop) but normally get in a few minutes quicker than that.

And the...
Dec 8, 15, 2:30 pm
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Posted By ajax

Sounds horrendous. Come down to Surbiton,...

Sounds horrendous.

Come down to Surbiton, it's much more civilised. And only 15 minutes to Waterloo by train! :D
Dec 2, 15, 4:08 pm
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Posted By ajax

Hi Sankhar and welcome to FT. I don't think...

Hi Sankhar and welcome to FT.

I don't think you're going to get a lot of help here, nor do I think that you should take the advice on this board altogether seriously. This is not to suggest that...
Dec 2, 15, 12:48 pm
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Posted By ajax

Interesting enough. I don't have much experience...

Interesting enough. I don't have much experience diving on the Continent. but I do have loads driving on rural and semi-rural English roads, and I've always found the driving to be extremely...
Nov 29, 15, 11:01 am
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Views: 4,787
Posted By ajax

Oh OK, thanks. Because he didn't mention...

Oh OK, thanks. Because he didn't mention anything about that. :confused: But thanks for clarifying.


It's weird because apparently some people prefer to ignore them; in the OP above, he says...
Nov 29, 15, 5:44 am
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Views: 4,787
Posted By ajax

See, this I just don't understand. Why don't...

See, this I just don't understand. Why don't people just treat them like regular roundabouts? It should be clear that the person on the right always gets priority. :confused:


The amount of...
Nov 28, 15, 6:20 pm
Replies: 67
Views: 4,787
Posted By ajax

I think it's pretty obvious that the OP knows the...

I think it's pretty obvious that the OP knows the highway code.

What he is asking, at least it seems to me, is that obviously many vehicles in his neighbourhood do not observe the rules that you...
Nov 28, 15, 11:54 am
Replies: 75
Views: 41,026
Posted By ajax

Interesting. Well if you saw it happen then I'm...

Interesting. Well if you saw it happen then I'm sure it did, but I have been told the contrary by border guards. I am sure it was posted here somewhere before as well.

Non-EEA people routinely...
Nov 28, 15, 7:57 am
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Views: 4,787
Posted By ajax

Like I said above, people will be as selfish as...

Like I said above, people will be as selfish as they can when they think they cannot be stopped or there will be no reprecussions.
Nov 28, 15, 5:34 am
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Views: 4,787
Posted By ajax

I have always found that no matter where you are...

I have always found that no matter where you are in England, and no matter where you drive, within ten minutes you'll have a driver who's ten feet from your bumper becuase you're not exceeding the...
Nov 28, 15, 5:15 am
Replies: 75
Views: 41,026
Posted By ajax

Surely if standing in the queue bothers you, you...

Surely if standing in the queue bothers you, you should just start bringing your passport with you? It seems like doing this would solve your problems. Millions of other people do it.

...
Nov 27, 15, 9:34 am
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Views: 41,026
Posted By ajax

Well, quite. The only problem is when the UKBA...

Well, quite. The only problem is when the UKBA agent pretends that the correct answer to their question determines whether or not he or she will deign to let you into the UK. As we all know, EU...
Nov 27, 15, 4:12 am
Replies: 75
Views: 41,026
Posted By ajax

That is extremely surprising and I'm not sure...

That is extremely surprising and I'm not sure entirely legal. According to the law, as long as you are traveling on a valid Swedish passport/ID card, you are entitled to exercise your rights as an...
Nov 25, 15, 12:13 pm
Replies: 16
Views: 1,397
Posted By ajax

You and I obviously don't share the same council....

You and I obviously don't share the same council. :D
Nov 23, 15, 10:11 am
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Views: 26,282
Posted By ajax

Short-term visitors just from the EU, I presume? ...

Short-term visitors just from the EU, I presume? The link from NHS England above does not distinguish country of origin.


If I may ask, of which EU member state is your mother a resident/citizen?
Nov 21, 15, 6:36 am
Replies: 27
Views: 6,400
Posted By ajax

I quite like walking, and I quite like Heathrow. ...

I quite like walking, and I quite like Heathrow. I also like approaching places in an unconventional manner. The idea of walking around Heathrow is nice.
Nov 20, 15, 12:38 pm
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Views: 6,400
Posted By ajax

How'd the driver turn around in the tunnel? Or...

How'd the driver turn around in the tunnel? Or maybe I'm misunderstanding something?


Those northern Europeans - always so dam practical. This would never happen in England - not without a...
Nov 20, 15, 9:12 am
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Views: 26,282
Posted By ajax

I'm really surprised by this. It certainly...

I'm really surprised by this. It certainly wasn't covered in med school in great depth. Interesting that all A&E services are free of charge to anyone at any time for any reason. I assure you that...
Nov 19, 15, 11:46 am
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Views: 26,282
Posted By ajax

Osborne is not talking about people who are...

Osborne is not talking about people who are present in this country on tourist visas. He is talking about legal residents of this country for more than 6 months who are not EU nationals.

People...
Nov 19, 15, 10:38 am
Replies: 170
Views: 26,282
Posted By ajax

Why would you think that? The A&E departments of...

Why would you think that? The A&E departments of most, if not all, hospitals in the UK are staffed by consultants 24 hours per day.


No, it's not. If patients are not resident in the UK, they...
Nov 18, 15, 4:47 pm
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Views: 6,400
Posted By ajax

Oh, brilliant. Thanks - I thought I'd seen that...

Oh, brilliant. Thanks - I thought I'd seen that somewhere before. That's exactly what I was getting at.
Nov 18, 15, 12:58 pm
Replies: 27
Views: 6,400
Posted By ajax

I've actually spent a great deal of time on the...

I've actually spent a great deal of time on the perimeter road around LHR (don't ask) and concur with a lot fo what's been said above.

You can't walk to T1/2/3 (AKA 'Heathrow Central'). You can,...
Nov 16, 15, 11:34 am
Replies: 170
Views: 26,282
Posted By ajax

Well you've said it yourself: it was designed so...

Well you've said it yourself: it was designed so that most of its users would be paying NI contributions and so on - not all. In this case, most of its users are indeed paying for the service, so it...
Nov 9, 15, 5:29 am
Replies: 170
Views: 26,282
Posted By ajax

Perhaps your darkest hour would simply correspond...

Perhaps your darkest hour would simply correspond with the point at which medical intervention would need to be the most complicated and costliest. I'm sure they're not trying to screw anyone over.
Nov 3, 15, 7:36 am
Replies: 26
Views: 2,114
Posted By ajax

Ha ha - I knew you'd call me out. Sorry for...

Ha ha - I knew you'd call me out. Sorry for letting my emotion get the better of me, everyone :D
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