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    Quote Originally Posted by WTFH View Post
    Or maybe part of it is national pride, part of it is that the rail network is not privatised as we would know it, and the higher taxes go towards investing in it.

    You get what you vote for.
    part of it is that the rail network is not privatised as we would know it
    according to my rail worker cousin, there is more traffic on the Southern network, than the whole of Switzerland. Perhaps that is also part of the reason as there is considerably less to subsidise.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eirikur View Post
    I take it you have never been to Amsterdam. Dog sh!t everywhere, marijuana smell everywhere and Brits on stag and hen do-s everywhere
    You'll note he said 'few' not 'no'. And the smell of pot isn't "dirt".

    British towns are generally quite dirty or can be. So I don't think we can blame immigrants, it must be our own fault
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    Quote Originally Posted by WTFH View Post
    Or maybe part of it is national pride, part of it is that the rail network is not privatised as we would know it, and the higher taxes go towards investing in it.

    You get what you vote for.
    That's it, by Jove, we've solved it!

    Except...

    Hang on a sec...

    Oh yeah. SNCF is also state-owned.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Amanensia View Post
    That's it, by Jove, we've solved it!

    Except...

    Hang on a sec...

    Oh yeah. SNCF is also state-owned.
    yes, and presumably were responsible for that stretch of line at the Swiss border that I described.

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