• Which city is better, Belfast or Birmingham?

    Best answer: All depends on what you want. In some ways Belfast is better than Birmingham, but in other ways Birmingham is better than Belfast.
    Best answer: All depends on what you want. In some ways Belfast is better than Birmingham, but in other ways Birmingham is better than Belfast.
    7 answers · 3 days ago
  • What happens a if I leave the UK after Brexit with European passport?

    Long story short... I am an Italian citizen and i currently just moved to London. Brexit date is the end of March of 2019. However, the real question is what happens if I decide to leave for vacation and come back home to the UK after Brexit? Would I still be allowed in with no paperwork? Or what will happen?
    Long story short... I am an Italian citizen and i currently just moved to London. Brexit date is the end of March of 2019. However, the real question is what happens if I decide to leave for vacation and come back home to the UK after Brexit? Would I still be allowed in with no paperwork? Or what will happen?
    12 answers · 6 days ago
  • Would Britain be open to bringing back commercial Supersonic jet planes that travel London to New York in 3 hours?

    Best answer: Possibly, IF there are enough passengers to make it worth doing. But we are not interested in making flights less safe, and what killed Concorde was the price of tickets. Which was almost entirely due to the amount of fuel it needed. So as usual, my little troll, your suggestions are ludicrous. Obviously you... show more
    Best answer: Possibly, IF there are enough passengers to make it worth doing. But we are not interested in making flights less safe, and what killed Concorde was the price of tickets. Which was almost entirely due to the amount of fuel it needed. So as usual, my little troll, your suggestions are ludicrous.

    Obviously you never heard of the Tu-144 flying over Siberia, did you?
    14 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Is York, England considered posh?

    12 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • UK trip budgeting question - cash and card?

    Best answer: There is no need to carry much cash. All major credit cards are widely accepted in the U.K. Restaurants are not cheap unless you eat junk. Pubs are often the best option particularly if they are full of locals but still expect to pay at least £20 per person for a meal - drinks extra. You can save even more money on... show more
    Best answer: There is no need to carry much cash. All major credit cards are widely accepted in the U.K. Restaurants are not cheap unless you eat junk. Pubs are often the best option particularly if they are full of locals but still expect to pay at least £20 per person for a meal - drinks extra. You can save even more money on train tickets by booking tickets for specifically timed trains in advance
    nationalrail.co.uk
    A special recommendation for you is to visit Ludlow famed for its medieval architecture. If you like hiking the countryside around it such as the Mortimer Forest is some of the most beautiful in Britain
    ludlow.org.uk
    6 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Help me plan my route by public transportation (Belfast to Oxfordshire)?

    Hey there I’m from County Tyrone in Northern Ireland I need to travel to mainland uk (never been to mainland) here to be exact : Witney Oxfordshire OX28 6FF I’ve heard you can take a plane to either Birmingham and take a plane to oxford or need to take a plane to Heathrow and bus to oxford but maybe somebody... show more
    Hey there I’m from County Tyrone in Northern Ireland I need to travel to mainland uk (never been to mainland) here to be exact : Witney Oxfordshire OX28 6FF I’ve heard you can take a plane to either Birmingham and take a plane to oxford or need to take a plane to Heathrow and bus to oxford but maybe somebody local there can advise something better Maybe somebody knows bus or train names times or where to look up
    6 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Cornish people?

    Is Cornish really considered a nationality or just a labelled identity in England? I'm confused because I always thought that Cornwall was still part of England but different to everywhere else in England.
    Is Cornish really considered a nationality or just a labelled identity in England? I'm confused because I always thought that Cornwall was still part of England but different to everywhere else in England.
    9 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Is the Sun lower in the UK?

    8 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Has anyone traveled from Belfast to oxford? What's the best transportation to take or what airport to fly to?

    I have actually never been in mainland UK and don't have an idea about any shortcuts and where to even look up anything? Long story short I have bought a car in Oxford but can't get none to collect it for me so I'm having to go by myself Is it better to take a bus or a plane If bus what bus where... show more
    I have actually never been in mainland UK and don't have an idea about any shortcuts and where to even look up anything? Long story short I have bought a car in Oxford but can't get none to collect it for me so I'm having to go by myself Is it better to take a bus or a plane If bus what bus where from? If plane, Armagh or Belfast where's the closest to oxford to fly to?
    4 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • What are the best places in the UK for a holiday?

    Best answer: Devon is nice if you avoid resorts like Torquay where councils rent run-down B&Bs for chav homeless.
    Best answer: Devon is nice if you avoid resorts like Torquay where councils rent run-down B&Bs for chav homeless.
    15 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Which city has better architecture and culture, Leeds or Nottingham?

    I want to take my wife on a trip to explore the UK. I am planning on seeing York and Manchester. But I want to visit one more city.
    I want to take my wife on a trip to explore the UK. I am planning on seeing York and Manchester. But I want to visit one more city.
    5 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Why are the English stereotyped as being rude?

    I came back from England to Canada ( where I live) two weeks ago. Everywhere I went on here and on the internet, I was always seeing comments on how rude and arrogant the English are. Funny enough, a few of my friends said that it's actually the opposite and I have to agree with them. Everyone I met was so... show more
    I came back from England to Canada ( where I live) two weeks ago. Everywhere I went on here and on the internet, I was always seeing comments on how rude and arrogant the English are. Funny enough, a few of my friends said that it's actually the opposite and I have to agree with them. Everyone I met was so friendly! I didn't meet one single rude person when I was there. I didn't go to London, I went to the South West of England, which has amazing beaches and the weather was great for all of those two weeks. The customers in the cafes and restaurants were very polite to me and always had the time to talk. I was always greeted with a "Good morning" and when I went out in the evenings for a drink, there were other people that invited me to join them. Why does England seem to have the reputation of being rude because that was definitely not the case when I went there? People say that they act like hooligans, obsessed with football, get drunk, and beat people up. None of these ticked the boxes for me. Does anyone else see this or was it because I went to a nicer part of England and it's the South East that are seen as this?
    4 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • How would you react in UK if a police officer stopped you at a roundabout and said you should give way to him on the left?

    Best answer: I am English; I drive a car; I have always lived in England. According to what you say, the police officer would be wrong to say that. The rule is: give way to traffic that is on the roundabout or is approaching the roundabout from your right. If the police car was travelling with blue lights flashing and the siren... show more
    Best answer: I am English; I drive a car; I have always lived in England. According to what you say, the police officer would be wrong to say that. The rule is: give way to traffic that is on the roundabout or is approaching the roundabout from your right. If the police car was travelling with blue lights flashing and the siren sounding, and it approached the roundabout from your left, then it is usual (but not compulsory) to give way to the police car. If, however, the police car was not showing any sign of being on an emergency call, and was approaching the roundabout from your left, it is the police driver's place to give way.
    9 answers · 3 weeks ago