• Will we be murdered on London underground?

    Me and my boyfriend are going to London next week and we have to use the London underground to get to our hotel from the airport do you think we will be murdered or will we be safe
    Me and my boyfriend are going to London next week and we have to use the London underground to get to our hotel from the airport do you think we will be murdered or will we be safe
    23 answers · London · 3 days ago
  • Do British folks celebrate religiously 24/7?

    Best answer: Hardly, given that we spend one third of our lives asleep. And when we're awake, most British people seem to be more preoccupied with earning enough to survive and with taking care of their children and families than with religion. I can't speak for others, of course, but it is my observation that SOME... show more
    Best answer: Hardly, given that we spend one third of our lives asleep. And when we're awake, most British people seem to be more preoccupied with earning enough to survive and with taking care of their children and families than with religion.

    I can't speak for others, of course, but it is my observation that SOME British people celebrate their religion and their God daily, even when they are not in church.

    On the other hand, I may have completely misunderstood your question because the emphasis may be on "celebrate" rather than on "religiously."
    14 answers · Other - United Kingdom · 3 days ago
  • Is West London posh?

    7 answers · London · 10 hours ago
  • Do British people ever desire to visit one of her overseas territories for good measure?

    Best answer: Not particularly as I can't afford that much time off. You have little choice of when you can go and how long you can stay because getting to Tristan means a fishing boat from South Africa - the RMS St Helena no longer goes there. So it's rather complicated to even arrange to go, and what about somewhere... show more
    Best answer: Not particularly as I can't afford that much time off. You have little choice of when you can go and how long you can stay because getting to Tristan means a fishing boat from South Africa - the RMS St Helena no longer goes there. So it's rather complicated to even arrange to go, and what about somewhere to stay? At last count the population was 293 - they don't have a hotel. You'd have to find a local family willing to let you stay with them.

    What lush mountains? There's only one, the volcano itself.

    If you want to visit somewhere a bit easier to get at, St Helena now has an airport on it with one flight a week. It's part of the same territory. So is Ascension Island, but that's basically a military base so forget visiting it.

    Far more practical is Gibraltar. Bermuda, Montserrat, the British Virgin Islands, the Turks and Caicos Islands, Anguilla and the Cayman Islands are all British overseas territories too.
    11 answers · Other - United Kingdom · 4 days ago
  • How come the RAC in the UK is both a motorist breakdown service but also the Police in N Ireland?

    How does such a constabulary manage both of these tasks?
    How does such a constabulary manage both of these tasks?
    4 answers · Other - United Kingdom · 9 hours ago
  • How can I find the cheapest flight from Europe to Sydney AUS?

    Best answer: Try Sky Scanner. In the "from" box, type "United Kingdom". In the "To" box, Type "Sydney" (any). You can then choose "December 2018" and "January 2019" and then look at the flights and... show more
    Best answer: Try Sky Scanner.
    In the "from" box, type "United Kingdom". In the "To" box, Type "Sydney" (any). You can then choose "December 2018" and "January 2019" and then look at the flights and prices.
    https://www.skyscanner.net/flights-from/uk/cheap-flights-from-united-kingdom.html
    4 answers · Belfast · 22 hours ago
  • What is section 8 housing and how do I apply for it?

    I’m from East London and in my mid twenties with no kids or partner but I want to live on my own. I am working part time only, I live at family home at the moment but I think it’s time for me to voluntarily leave personally. I was staying because I was waiting till I get a good job after I graduate at uni in a few... show more
    I’m from East London and in my mid twenties with no kids or partner but I want to live on my own. I am working part time only, I live at family home at the moment but I think it’s time for me to voluntarily leave personally. I was staying because I was waiting till I get a good job after I graduate at uni in a few months but it’s actually not working out for me cos everyday at home it’s trouble and argument with my mum and i can’t carry on living like this. Somebody recommended Section 8 housing to me but idk what that is about. I only know about the priority waiting list. Thanks
    15 answers · London · 1 week ago
  • What is better, waiting 7 hours at Luton Airport or waiting 7 hours at Victoria Station in London?

    I basically have a long trip and I will have to go to both Luton Airport and Victoria Station in London. But I want to know which is a better place to wait? Which is more comfortable. I will be landing at Luton Airport and then Victoria Station to get to my final destination. But I don't know if I should take... show more
    I basically have a long trip and I will have to go to both Luton Airport and Victoria Station in London. But I want to know which is a better place to wait? Which is more comfortable. I will be landing at Luton Airport and then Victoria Station to get to my final destination. But I don't know if I should take the early coach out of Luton Airport to Victoria Station(which means I will spend most of my time waiting at Victoria Station) or get the later coach out of Luton Airport to Victoria Station(which means I will spend most of my time waiting at Luton Airport). By the way my wait will start just after midnight, so my wait will be throughout the early hours of the morning when it is dark. I also have a laptop and a heavy bag with me. I just want your opinions as to where is best to wait out of the two places.
    13 answers · London · 1 week ago
  • Does Birmingham feels like Southall?

    I have been to Southall but I have never been to Birmingham. I am looking to apply to Birmingham uni so I was curious if they are similar or different.
    I have been to Southall but I have never been to Birmingham. I am looking to apply to Birmingham uni so I was curious if they are similar or different.
    6 answers · Birmingham · 1 week ago
  • Are Welsh people still discriminated against in the UK?

    I'm from America and don't know too much about this issue, but I was doing some research online and read that in the past there have been racial tensions between the Welsh and the English. Is this still prevalent in England today? or have things gotten better? How are people with Welsh names generally... show more
    I'm from America and don't know too much about this issue, but I was doing some research online and read that in the past there have been racial tensions between the Welsh and the English. Is this still prevalent in England today? or have things gotten better? How are people with Welsh names generally treated in England? Like I said, I am pretty naive to the topic so I have no idea if this is still happening in the UK, just curious.
    16 answers · Other - United Kingdom · 2 weeks ago
  • How good is alton towers?

    7 answers · Birmingham · 1 week ago
  • Guy tapping metal posts randomly?

    A friend of mine was walking back from uni, in London, she encountered this guy, kept looking at her, tapping metal posts, whilst clutching his something up his sleeve, kept walking along, tapping a metal post, she was carrying her laptop at the time.
    A friend of mine was walking back from uni, in London, she encountered this guy, kept looking at her, tapping metal posts, whilst clutching his something up his sleeve, kept walking along, tapping a metal post, she was carrying her laptop at the time.
    5 answers · London · 1 week ago
  • How is London?

    18 answers · London · 2 weeks ago
  • Considering quitting my USA job to move to Britain to make it as a bookwriter like JK Rowling?

    What I would like to do is live in London UK but I have a lot of debt in credit cards and medical bills from lots of ongoing illnesses But Because of the NHS, I will get free appointments and then I also will get to see the doctor as much as I want which will be a nice convenience In London i can every day go... show more
    What I would like to do is live in London UK but I have a lot of debt in credit cards and medical bills from lots of ongoing illnesses But Because of the NHS, I will get free appointments and then I also will get to see the doctor as much as I want which will be a nice convenience In London i can every day go to the London Eye, take taxis to Byron’s Proper Burger for Lunch, go on top deck of London Busses to inspire me to write a book like Harry Potter and then I can play the Beatles for every person i see so that they will say OMG this is one of the local British people OMG he likes the Beatles and the Queen he goes to Buckingham palace every day Among other things I will need is some loans so I can do stuff like shop at Harrod’s, so I can get a Mohawk to collect pence in picadily circus, and And a football to play maybe I can join Manchester United
    14 answers · Other - United Kingdom · 2 weeks ago
  • Is it rare in the UK?

    To get attacked for no reason Can staring get me attacked Shall I just be aware and don't go out late
    To get attacked for no reason Can staring get me attacked Shall I just be aware and don't go out late
    11 answers · Other - United Kingdom · 2 weeks ago
  • How to count British currency money? (Pounds) Read description?

    Best answer: You treat it like any currency, if it costs 5 pounds, yes you give then 5 pounds. There are coins too, think of them like dimes or nickels. Be aware of the exchange rate tho, a 5 pound shift is NOT 5 dollars. They will help you, and the money says what denomination is on it.
    Best answer: You treat it like any currency, if it costs 5 pounds, yes you give then 5 pounds. There are coins too, think of them like dimes or nickels. Be aware of the exchange rate tho, a 5 pound shift is NOT 5 dollars. They will help you, and the money says what denomination is on it.
    16 answers · Other - United Kingdom · 2 weeks ago