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paul gannon
Utility cycling & pedestrian rights campaigner.
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Simon Kuestenmacher Apr 22
If your city is listed here you are officially allowed to complain about traffic. Source:
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London Cycle Route CS6 Counter (rebooted 23/4/19) 7h
A bit presumptuous, Mr Commissioner ;-) But if London's cycleratti are willing to tweet crowd-sourced 2019 counts then we'll happily play along :-)
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paul gannon 14h
Better for the environment if the Dutch engineer used the train (Eurostar services run between Amsterdam/The Hague/Rotterdam & London St Pancras).
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Richard Cooley FRSA 14h
This is why motorists make poor customers in the shops, they will spend more money in petrol to get somewhere where the parking is cheaper rather than pay for parking. People who walk, come on the bus or by bicycle spend more in the shops.
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paul gannon 14h
Replying to @JoelTory
Speak up - I can't hear a word any of you are saying. Are you campaigning to reduce motor traffic levels as that would be a worthwhile thing to do?
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paul gannon 14h
Who will fund these 'good parking spaces'? The tax-payer or the person occupying the parking space?
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paul gannon 14h
Replying to @JoelTory @gavinlewis57
Perhaps you'd like to clarify who funds the Tax Payers' Alliance?
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paul gannon 15h
FAKE CLAIM. He didn't 'apologise' for creating congestion (it's drivers like you who cause congestion). If you rely on the Daily Mail for your info you know it's FAKE. The truth is that Embankment cycle path carries FIVE TIMES as many people as the motor lanes & reduce congestion
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We The Woke 17h
A girl speaking in her second language speaking more sense more eloquently than any incumbent British politician
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paul gannon 15h
Oh come on Jeremy - get some serious responses together for when these people you invite on your show propound their nonsense.
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Billy Apr 22
Imagine having all these things and still spending all your time angry on Twitter
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paul gannon Apr 22
Replying to @billzclerkin
Oh, I think a one-way ticket for Lord Bitter to anywhere far away from the UK is one flight I'd support.
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paul gannon Apr 22
Replying to @TJClarion
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paul gannon Apr 22
Replying to @such_david @adamcobb
Similarly in Netherlands you buy a 'pond' of cheese or spuds - pragmatic; unlike the rigid, dogmatic approach taken by our 'metric martyrs.'
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paul gannon Apr 22
I hear rumours from Whitehall that he's still struggling to cope with decimal coins.
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paul gannon Apr 22
Replying to @RantyHighwayman
So when Grayling says he doesn't run the railway network, it's because he's got a much more important job to do first, managing the Road Signs Department.
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Adam Galbraith Cobb Apr 22
Anyone else find it utterly mad that we’ve taught kids to think in metric since the 60s and yet any talk of actually putting up signage to match this is decried as some sort of Europhile plot?
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paul gannon Apr 22
Didn't you know it was a bank holiday?
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Carole Cadwalladr Apr 22
This is actually very important I think. refused to answer questions of British parliament. It refused to address international committee of 9 countries. But is its spiritual home. These are its peers. And it can’t face them either
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Paul McNamee Apr 18
For Monday's mag, we invited a host of young climate change activists to take over and explain why they are demanding change now. It's a vital, brilliant edition. Up from the streets, not blocking them
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