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New Tube for London

New Tube for London

(2:32) London's new Tube will be introduced first on the Piccadilly line, followed by the Bakerloo, Central and Waterloo & City lines.

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Guest: (950 days ago)
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We're British we love to moan about everything!

even if it works well. Suppose that's why used to run the world a few years back

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We're British we love to moan about everything!

even if it works well. Suppose that's why used to run the world a few years back

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Now all they have to do is eliminate the drunks, druggies, buskers, halfwits, loonies, bewildered and outright aggressive, then stop people treating it like a huge public toilet and it might be worth using again.

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Now all they have to do is eliminate the drunks, druggies, buskers, halfwits, loonies, bewildered and outright aggressive, then stop people treating it like a huge public toilet and it might be worth using again.

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Guest: Fatcontroller (955 days ago)

Take it you've never been on the tube. Go back to reading the Daily Mail.

I like the idea of eliminating the drivers power to go on strike every time one of them gets fired for gross misconduct.

Its been a long time coming getting driverless trains. The unions only have themselves to blame for the job losses. The public won't have any sympathy for the £50,000 a year drivers after years of holding London hostage with their stupid strikes and wage demands.

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Take it you've never been on the tube. Go back to reading the Daily Mail.

I like the idea of eliminating the drivers power to go on strike every time one of them gets fired for gross misconduct.

Its been a long time coming getting driverless trains. The unions only have themselves to blame for the job losses. The public won't have any sympathy for the £50,000 a year drivers after years of holding London hostage with their stupid strikes and wage demands.

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Guest: Argle (953 days ago)

Are we talking the same place? I'm a Yank who visited just a few years ago. While there was the teeming mass of humanity there, it certainly wasn't the dump you just described. If you were talking about the Port Authority Bus Terminal in NY City, yeah, I'd agree. Frankly, I hope someday to get another ride in the tube.

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Are we talking the same place? I'm a Yank who visited just a few years ago. While there was the teeming mass of humanity there, it certainly wasn't the dump you just described. If you were talking about the Port Authority Bus Terminal in NY City, yeah, I'd agree. Frankly, I hope someday to get another ride in the tube.

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