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Steve Farrell  says:

France bins hi-vis plans

French plans for compulsory high-visibility motorcycle clothing have been withdrawn. French government had proposed making riders wear at least 150 square-centimetres of reflective material. The plans have been shelved after it emerged they were in breach of an EU directive. The U-turn also follows protests by French riders. A spokesman for the Motorcycle Action Group said the government appeared to...

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snev

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snev says:

vortex...don't worry...

the oil companies will do it now, less preasure on them. We are all Limp Wristed Cash Cows. Some see it, Most just take it.

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HF_ZX10r says:

Capt Kirk

I did a pillion ride on the back of my bosses scooter in a three piece suit and a helmet which was 3 sizes too big for me through central Paris. Having seen how they ride in Paris I would recommend full body armour painted in the brightest paint that man has ever invented, surrounded by the sheilds of a federation star ship.

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snev

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HFZX10r

Any Klingons?

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Jonathan

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Jonathan says:

Have I missed something?

Surely the phrase "The plans have been shelved after it emerged they were in breach of an EU directive" must have been meant for a different article. 

We all hate Europe and Brussels because it restricts our freedom and makes us buy straight bananas and forces us to stop being British/English*

That is right isn't it?

(*Delete as applicable)

 

 

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