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Old 1 Jan 2020, 17:19 (Ref:3949434)   #31
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In principle E111 became EHIC… May be you paid £35 for one year, for one month and two days its a gift from french gouvernement !
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Old 1 Jan 2020, 17:24 (Ref:3949435)   #32
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I have just renewed my E111 card. Anyone else doing this go though the NHS website its free. I got caught last time and paid £35.00.
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You were obviously caught by one of those con websites that offer Visas and stuff at a cost that should be free. I nearly made that mistake when applying for a US visa a few years ago.....
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Old 1 Jan 2020, 17:44 (Ref:3949438)   #33
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Old 1 Jan 2020, 18:24 (Ref:3949444)   #34
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Who is Statler and who is Waldorf in you duo? First vid of the thread!
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Old 2 Jan 2020, 02:25 (Ref:3949467)   #35
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I have just renewed my E111 card. Anyone else doing this go though the NHS website its free. I got caught last time and paid £35.00.
You do realise that you can get the European flagged one foc 😉😉
Only takes a phone call.
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Old 2 Jan 2020, 03:34 (Ref:3949473)   #36
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Belated appy New Year to all, and appy non-birthday to Max. It's 32 degrees today in Brizzy and son's pool is 31 degrees. We're off up the coast in a hippy mini-camper on Saturday for 10 days - luckily the bushfires up here in Queensland are relatively minor, having had a fair bit of rain recently.
Oh well, time for a swim and a beer....
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Belated appy New Year to all, and appy non-birthday to Max. It's 32 degrees today in Brizzy and son's pool is 31 degrees. We're off up the coast in a hippy mini-camper on Saturday for 10 days - luckily the bushfires up here in Queensland are relatively minor, having had a fair bit of rain recently.
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Old 2 Jan 2020, 10:03 (Ref:3949493)   #38
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Optimist!

You were obviously caught by one of those con websites that offer Visas and stuff at a cost that should be free. I nearly made that mistake when applying for a US visa a few years ago.....

Well , got a text this morning saying my passport runs out in 6 months .
But it is from HMG , & advising it is easier to renew online . So probably not a scam , but surprising that HMG is actually getting that efficient with the new ,
[ must have 6 months left ] , rules for European border controls .
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Enjoy MG Davy.
How many : rofl: can I put in a row to this comment?

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Mine was originally metallic green, but I didn’t manage to finish the paintwork before I blew the engine and scrapped it.

I loved those wheels & tyres, they cost more than the car but they tram lined like hell and were useless in snow, which made it great fun.

Back then you could just park anywhere Mike
I briefly had a gold MK2 2L S around 1990 . . .a very cheap car at the time . . . . had this in 98 same colour I guess Cliff? until I upgraded to a 1600E in late '99 . . . Twas a 1600 GT XLR no less, more than enough power for the handling!
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Now I've seen the video from your Cortina suspension its easier to understand why you prefer it to a Capri. Specially when it comes to bump steer.
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Well , got a text this morning saying my passport runs out in 6 months .
But it is from HMG , & advising it is easier to renew online . So probably not a scam , but surprising that HMG is actually getting that efficient with the new ,
[ must have 6 months left ] , rules for European border controls .
Or go straight to a post office wher you can get it renewed same day. Look up what POs offer the service, there's bound to be one local to you.
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Not so simple living in Aus and on a British passport. Used to be able to go to the British Consul in Melbourne with form and fee and it would come by courier from Canberra in a few days.

Went to renew mine last year about a month before I travelled to discover now passports are now all done in the UK (online is ok with digital photo) but it now takes a minimum 6 weeks. Rang the UK passport office to see if I could get a rapid job done for a fee, but told no.... and to go to the British Consul in Melbourne for an Emergency Travel Document (ETD). Had to do a video interview via iPad with the UK consul in Singapore showing other ID, Drivers license etc which was no problem and got my ETD after lunch same day. They sent me a text saying when ready. Only problem is that it is for one trip only and all flights must be pre-booked with no change of itinerary allowed.

The ETD looks like a normal passport but is yellow with the no change restrictions listed. A yellow British passport confused Spanish immigration no end and a bit of a delay ensued till they let me through. Returning to Aus was ok as I linked the new ETD to my Resident Return Visa online before leaving.

Have now applied for a 10 year one but still in the application process waiting for it to arrive.
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Belated happy new year to all.
I spent my new year's eve/day flat on my back in hospital with pneumonia.
Like the catchy new thread title.
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Belated happy new year to all.
I spent my new year's eve/day flat on my back in hospital with pneumonia.
Like the catchy new thread title.
Get well soon! Coincidentally I spent the same time visiting my wife in hospital also with pneumonia (her not me).

All the best for your recovery & the New Year!

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