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Milky

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  1. Milky

    Why do Governments struggle ?

    Yes there is. A person who claims to be persecuted and isn't is a bogus asylum seeker. It is a bit inaccurate that asylum seekers only get £5 a day to live on as they get bills paid for as well such as heating and power, do they not also get a TV and free license too?
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    Why do Governments struggle ?

    So were do the 250,000 or whatever figure it is come from? OK I know half is people coming legally from the EU, but how do we end up with the rest. Sorry for my ignores?
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    Jumping Jack Flash,

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    O2 down

    I use my phone quite a lot, my soft spot is Youtube, spend far to long on it, I use it to check my bank, my emails, play word games. I use the GPS on it too from time to time. Used to have a boot full of A to Zs but now if I had to find an address without my phone now I would be stuck. I am surprised how much people text!
  5. Milky

    O2 down

    Where was the train station in Lymm?
  6. Milky

    Hospital Parking

    Went to Halton Hospital on Friday, running late, did not look at the arrival time, consultant saw us within a few minutes and kept us 10 minutes or so. Should I pay the £2.50, apparently despite the technology being available there is no way of finding out how much time you have been parked, decided not to. Getting home I decided to be on the safe side and pay via the app, but I need a park number and searching the net I couldn't find one, so e mailed park by phone who did not reply, rang the hospital reception said they were to busy to check. Not desplaying the due fee on the pay machine is a scam, over pay and the parking company wins, under pay and they fine you.
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    O2 down

    Latchford Locks you remeber when trains ran on time, I don't! Iti s all very well saying that people managed without them in the past, but if something you relay on gets taken away you will struggle. Tesco are offering me 2gb of free data if I top up in January, they will probably take it away at the end of the month.
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    Motorway woes

    Sorry for the multiple posts but the system is not refreshing to the posted thread when I press the save/post button
  9. Milky

    Motorway woes

    I recall many years ago going into a Tetra Pack factory in Wrexham and seeing carriers running round with no drivers. About 10 years ago I was in Kelloggs factory in Trafford Park and delivery trucks being loaded by a computer controlled system, no fork lift truck drivers. So the technology for partly autonomous vehicles have been around for years and could have probably been adopted for road vehicles.
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    Motorway woes

    I understand that these vehicles are coming, with all the resources being put into the technology it is bound to come, but it is a long time in development and is running an autonomous truck on a straight road with a remote driver a huge break through?
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    Motorway woes

    I understand that these vehicles are coming, with all the resources being put into the technology it is bound to come, but it is a long time in development and is running an autonomous truck on a straight road with a remote driver a huge break through?
  12. Milky

    Motorway woes

    I understand that these vehicles are coming, with all the resources being put into the technology it is bound to come, but it is a long time in development and is running an autonomous truck on a straight road with a remote driver a huge break through?
  13. Milky

    Brexit again -

    OK, obviously to thick for irony or sarcasm, I blame the fact it was late :(
  14. Milky

    Motorway woes

    I am sorry Gray Man I don't really get your links, second links says they are allowing test cars in Paris, so what, they have already tested autonomous vehicles in Tokyo and in the videolink you provided I do not see the autonomous car battling peak time narrow city center streets with lots of pedestrians or cyclists as suggested by the intro. There apparently is a autonomous taxi service operating in Tokyo along a set route, but I have tried to find out more about this and it seems it still has a driver (I think). Your third link (although not watched all the videos yet) says they may be a test flight for a few minutes this year and when will space tourism start? Your first link is blocked
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