What is it like to drive a UK right-hand drive car on the Continent?

It's a bit awkward at first, but you soon get used to it. On dual-carriageway roads you tend not to notice, since traffic is coming from behind you and as long as you have a left-hand mirror it's fine.On single carriageway roads, your view is a bit more restricted

What is the 3D printing market share in the United Kingdom?

3D printing is any of various processes in which material is joined or solidified under computer control to create a three-dimensional object, with material being added together.To Download Free Sample Report @ http://bit.ly/2Af6WRVThe factors driving the 3D

What is the 3D printing market share in the United Kingdom?

3D printing is any of various processes in which material is joined or solidified under computer control to create a three-dimensional object, with material being added together.To Download Free Sample Report @ http://bit.ly/2Af6WRVThe factors driving the 3D

What are the best places to stay in Hertfordshire, UK?

The question asks about places to stay. I assume that means

Why do some people in the UK choose not to vote?

Not voting isn't about laziness or any other middle-class-moral-aspersion, people don't vote when they don't have a stake in elections.When was the last time you heard David Cameron, George Osborne, Nick Clegg or Ed Milliband say something like "We

Does the UK have explosives in the Channel Tunnel in case invasion is threatened?

You might find those tunnels in Norway are fitted "for but not with". Actually storing explosives in a tunnel used by the public is unlikely to be legal and represents an unnecessarily high risk. Although the Swiss did exactly that until quite recently, their  defensive plans call for a special level of

What are the U.K.s plans in case of an alien invasion?

Surely in the Milky Way alone there are 100s of millions of metal-rich, liquid water, earth-like planets that are far more desirable than ... and pristine ... than earth.  In picking on esrth, the aliens would have to have either extremely low cognitive function ... which precludes faster than light, inertialess, energy efficient

If the U.K. was invaded, what would the U.S. do?

We would kick some ass and kill some commies (Most likely). But seriously, I'm pretty sure there would be an immediate armed response along with major humanitarian aid for civilians. Basically, who ever decided to attack would wish they where never born as they lay siege on the British and then

How much does the U.S influence the U.K?

How Much??? Seriously..... A lot my friend!! And not only United Kingdom. United States influenced ALL THE WORLD..... From Asia to Latin America, from Africa to Europe, everybody wants a little glimpse of the american style to theirselves....... The clothes, the

How long would Ireland last in an invasion?

If the Isle Of Man decided to invade we would by ok.Ireland is in no way configured to resist and invasion but there is no doubt that the UK would consider such an invasion as equivalent to declaring war on

How would the world respond if the U.K., U.S., and Canada formed into one large country?

It's public knowledge that the the 3 countries you mentioned + Australia and New Zealand share intelligence (see the Five Eyes spy club), fought on the same side in WWII, and used to be the same country... more than 200 years ago (the first

Why do the U. S. of A. and the U.K., spell things differently?

Languages evolve. They don't remain the same. New words appear (Brexit!).The USA grew out of immigration. A lot of those immigrants did not speak English (they still don't) as their native language. This had an effect on the use of

What majors are the most popular in the U.S.A and in the U.K?

According to the National Center for Education Statistics, the most popular majors in the US are:1.) Business (21.3%)2.) Health/Medicine (8.3%)3.) Education (6.1%)4.) Psychology (5.9%)These statistics are from 2010-2011, so may not reflect current proportions, but should give you a general idea.According to

How would the U.S.A. react if the U.K. became a communist Islamic state?

There have to be so many financial relations and cooperations between the UK and the country that evolved out of its early colonies that we would experience a enormous reorganisation of capital wealth and power, if the UK would turn to an communistic ideology or government.If the UK would become islamic, this fact would not disturb the

There is so many misconceptions and so much scaremongering about brexit and leaving the EU,what are the facts, what do we know for sure?

There is some basic facts that seems to be missed by Leavers.We can't have a better trade deal with the EU than we have now.ANY form of Brexit will turn the U.K. from a rule maker to a rule taker.Whatever

What are Cambridge's best kept secrets?

Here are a few ideas:The Centre For Computing History (Coldhams Lane) - does what it says on the tinCambridge FoodPark: Great street food but it moves about so check its website foodPark street food lunch markets in CambridgeBurleigh St pawn shop: (I spelled it correctly) - I think it's

What are the best places to stay in Hertfordshire, UK?

The question asks about places to stay. I assume that means

Why do poor people vote for the Conservative Party in the UK?

Let me give you the reason why up until 2017 I had voted Tory in each election. But first, some background to prove my poor credentials. I grew up in a council house in Surrey, with a Dad who worked his whole life in a factory (finally retiring when

What is the U.S. doing better than the U.K. and the other way around?

As an Englishman I think the Americans do patriotism better than we do. You're allowed to be proud of your country, you can wave your flag and chant, you're allowed to celebrate your culture. In England (more so than Scotland, Ireland, or Wales) you

What are all of the U.K.'s administrative regions?

The U.K. Is divided into Scotland, Wales, a portion of Ireland and England.There's a central government in Westminister, London, and each portion operates it's own parliament with certain powers afforded to it.Each country is divided into many Counties, which has a council but isn't a major

Which is a freer country, by libertarian standards -- the U.S. or the U.K.?

Some things come to mind, like the CCTV (though cameras, at least for traffic, are a growing phenomenon in the US as well it's still not like CCTV really).    And certain laws that restrict certain types of speech, which might feel more restrictive in the UK to an American.  I believe there

Does the UK have the military strength to successfully invade and occupy Bangladesh, assuming no third-party intervention or protest?

Why would we ? as far as i'm aware we have no quarrel with the people of Bangladesh or its political entity.If for some reason a portion of the population decided to invoke some ridiculous but brutal civil war/coup then it would be NATO who became involved rather than Britain alone and despite my

What if Rome took Scotland?

Well, they tried, but when they found there was nothing there worth having, they retreated back behind their southern wall, built in the emperor Hadrian's time. The Antonine wall further north was the earliest one but was evacuated as being difficult to defend.Looking at it militarily, roads didn't exist and it was a fair distance from the southern wall

What is the best place to see fall colours in the UK?

If you're in London and want somewhere pretty accessible I suggest Friday Street near Dorking in Surrey.   Friday Street.   But you will need to be prepared for a walk.Take the train to Dorking then the bus towards Guildford.   Get off

Is Australia a better place to live than US or UK?

Australia is a good place to live after you retire. The society is not promoting the spirit of innovation, creativity and entrepreneurship. Property market is the best place to make money instead. A lot like China in some way. Plumber and brick layer have higher earnings than most professionals. Currently the

Are high fantasy novels more popular in the U.K. or the U.S.? Why?

American "fantasy" novels - as you describe them- borrow more from English/European histories which are far greater (deeper/wider) than America is as a whole. English children grow up with a wealth of "stories", historical and fictional, that feed their imaginations which leads to the creation of more stories and simply keeps the genre

What would happen to the channel tunnel if the UK went to war with France?

Not much. Even when two countries are at war with each other, there are usually many reasons to keep passageways between them open. There is even a road between north and south Korea (below) despite their being technically at war for almost 70 years.

How is it possible to be British and wanting the UK to remain in the EU while also claiming to be libertarian?

Others who have answered this question appear to hold that the EU is a freer place than the UK will or is likely to become, while Wikipedia offers;

Who would win in a war between United Kingdom and the United States?

The answer to this is not simple! First off lets establish that the British solider is never going to go to war against America (the American rhetoric you see on the tv and in movies of

What is the best place to find properties in UK?

Where to find the best properties in the United Kingdom? The amount invest in real estate is the second highest in the United Kingdom and there are many best online sites that helps you to find properties in the United Kingdom, listed below are some of them.

What would happen if Britain nuked Belgium?

Brexit gets cancelled and beer connoisseurs the world over, and in the UK most especially, would let out anguished howls of pain and loss.Ultimately this pain would manifest itself as a crowd-funded mercenary team assassinating the British cabinet that ordered the strike. The British people would quietly approve because they ‘quite liked that little Poirot chap'.

What is the best place to see fall colours in the UK?

If you're in London and want somewhere pretty accessible I suggest Friday Street near Dorking in Surrey.   Friday Street.   But you will need to be prepared for a walk.Take the train to Dorking then the bus towards Guildford.   Get off

How do states, cities, towns, geographical regions, villages etc, work in the U.K?

Oh dear. You've run into a culture block and I sympathise. Remember so many places in the USA are named after places in Europe. So in the USA you tend to say 'Paris, France' to know what Paris you're talking about. To Europeans, Paris is Paris, the capital city of France, standing astride the

What would happen to the channel tunnel if the UK went to war with France?

Not much. Even when two countries are at war with each other, there are usually many reasons to keep passageways between them open. There is even a road between north and south Korea (below) despite their being technically at war for almost 70 years.

Is Mhairi Black really popular in the U.K.?

I doubt if she is either popular or well known in the UK, outwith Scotland.Her track record is impressive. She is forthright, direct and speaks the plain truth as she sees it. This is not unusual for people with her (and her constituent's) background but it may seem impolite, lower class lack of manners and coarse to people

Where is the best place to eat in Birmingham UK?

Depends what you want- there's a really good steakhouse in St Paul's Square (off Newhall St) called Andersons. Just round the corner is a lovely little Italian place called Pasta di Piazza. I rate Itihaas if you fancy a curry, and there are some interesting ‘pop-ups' like the Wilderness (strange, theatrical, thoughtful

What are the U.K.s plans in case of an alien invasion?

Surely in the Milky Way alone there are 100s of millions of metal-rich, liquid water, earth-like planets that are far more desirable than ... and pristine ... than earth.  In picking on esrth, the aliens would have to have either extremely low cognitive function ... which precludes faster than light, inertialess, energy efficient

If the U.K. was invaded, what would the U.S. do?

We would kick some ass and kill some commies (Most likely). But seriously, I'm pretty sure there would be an immediate armed response along with major humanitarian aid for civilians. Basically, who ever decided to attack would wish they where never born as they lay siege on the British and then

What can you do in the U.S. that you cannot do in the U.K.?

Have the opportunity to rescue your young child from the jaws of a cougar. Or have to be rescued from alligator attack while swimming in a pond by your neighbor armed with a 12-gauge shotgun.Attend an authentic county or state

What will happen to the Channel Tunnel after Brexit?

I suspect not a lot. It all depends on the deal reached between the EU27 and the UK. If there's ANY deal (ie not economic war), then the most that will happen is that you'll have to go through customs as well as immigration.It

What reason did democratic nations have to secretly test germ warfare on the public without the public's consent?

It was the Cold War mentality. People were extremely paranoid, and they reasoned that the ends justified the means. They thought the greater good was being served. It's the same attitude that led to Stalin's agricultural policies, which killed millions, or the Spanish Inquisition. The road to Hell is paved with good intentions.

What is the must-see places in the UK?

UK is famous for its areas of outstanding natural beauty (AONBs), museums, national parks, world heritage sites,abbeys, castles, cathedrals, sporting venues, golf courses, waterfalls and prehistoric monuments.There are many amazing places you can visit, which are well connected.you can visit UK Travel and Tourism to know more about the places of your interest.

Why do some people in the UK choose not to vote?

Not voting isn't about laziness or any other middle-class-moral-aspersion, people don't vote when they don't have a stake in elections.When was the last time you heard David Cameron, George Osborne, Nick Clegg or Ed Milliband say something like "We

Are high fantasy novels more popular in the U.K. or the U.S.? Why?

American "fantasy" novels - as you describe them- borrow more from English/European histories which are far greater (deeper/wider) than America is as a whole. English children grow up with a wealth of "stories", historical and fictional, that feed their imaginations which leads to the creation of more stories and simply keeps the genre

Does the UK have explosives in the Channel Tunnel in case invasion is threatened?

You might find those tunnels in Norway are fitted "for but not with". Actually storing explosives in a tunnel used by the public is unlikely to be legal and represents an unnecessarily high risk. Although the Swiss did exactly that until quite recently, their  defensive plans call for a special level of