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"I am stunned that you feel technology — mostly in the form of Uber and Zipcar — has finally made it viable for city dwellers not to own a car. I've lived in London for 25 years without a car. I never regretted a day of it, nor felt any inconvenience, though we brought up three children. Taxis and rental cars did exist before Uber and Zipcar, as did bicycles and shoes."
By Leo Schulz on The art of living car-lessly in the city
"Clearly, when we signed up to the EU, presumably, the cost-benefit analysis worked in our favour. We knew what we were signing up to. The question is: were we wrong then, or are we wrong to want to leave now? How has the cost- benefit changed?"
By wolczr on FT Debate on Brexit: We Tories are all Eurosceptics now