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Tuesday, 11 September 2007

In English, dammit!

Welcome news that train operator FGW is to remove the bilingual English / Punjabi station signs from Southall station. Not because they've had a blinding Damascene conversion to common sense, but because the other ethnics in the area, who have brought the jealousies of the Kashmir conflict with them, see this token of Punjabi ascendency as insufferable. I have only one comment to describe FGW's action in the first place:

1 comment:

Newmania said...

You should see what the Sun had to say about the preferential treatmnent given for those needing translation