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[quote user="Clair"][quote user="Bob"]Is their an English language version? [/quote]

Not as far as I can see... but why should there be??? There's no Portuguese, Arabic, Spanish or Polish version either...[:-))][/quote]

If this was a UK based forum. then legislation would insist that there be an Urdu, Arabic. Hindustani, Pakistani plus now most of the now former eastern Bloc languages as well.

Only joshin ya..honest.
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[quote user="Clair"][quote user="Bob"]Is their an English language version? [/quote]

Not as far as I can see... but why should there be??? There's no Portuguese, Arabic, Spanish or Polish version either...[:-))][/quote]

If this was a UK based forum. then legislation would insist that there be an Urdu, Arabic. Hindustani, Pakistani plus now most of the now former eastern Bloc languages as well.

Only joshin ya..honest.
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[quote user="Clair"][quote user="Bob"]Is their an English language version? [/quote]

Not as far as I can see... but why should there be??? There's no Portuguese, Arabic, Spanish or Polish version either...[:-))][/quote]

If this was a UK based forum. then legislation would insist that there be an Urdu, Arabic. Hindustani, Pakistani plus now most of the now former eastern Bloc languages as well.

Only joshin ya..honest.
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[quote user="Bob"][quote user="Clair"][quote user="Bob"]Is their an English language version? [/quote]

Not as far as I can see... but why should there be??? There's no Portuguese, Arabic, Spanish or Polish version either...[:-))][/quote]

If this was a UK based forum. then legislation would insist that there be an Urdu, Arabic. Hindustani, Pakistani plus now most of the now former eastern Bloc languages as well.

Only joshin ya..honest.[/quote]

Stop trying to post this, Bob! [:D]

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Bob has a point ...........the UK has now got signs in Polish being put up on lakesides to try and stop them from nicking the carp......France may  also end up carpless one day  when her doors have to be fully opened to the EU  if she does not act ....translations ARE  going to be needed . When the Chief Constable in North Wales is going to recruit trained officers from Poland to put on the streets  you can see the direction it has to go in . How long before we get France advertising for British bobbies to deal with us ?   
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No Dick ........Its scuba gear and a spear gun and go in after them ......recently  a guy hungry during a religious fast tried to eat a swan raw after knifing it in a park ....so more signs and translations are going  needed there it seems  or we will be swanless as well.
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Come on, Frederick, the guy who ate the swan was a Muslim, the 'religious festival' was Ramadan and he was deranged, an existing condition made worse by fasting. Not quite the same thing as some blanket assertion that Polish workers will empty all of our lakes of carp. Which is ridiculous. Are you suggesting (really) that gangs of Polish plumbers spend their off-duty hours in scuba gear spearing carp? How would that work, for example? How big are these lakes? How big are the carp? How expensive is scuba gear compared to buying fish at the market? How long would you have to do this for to kill all the fish? How many people would have to be involved in this? If they are doing it at night, how do they see? If it is in the daytime why does no-one stop them? And many other pertinent questions.

A search shows that there has been ONE incident of a Pole trying to catch a carp (it is a traditional dish at Christmas in Poland) with a speargun and 'several' other incidents of conventional fishing. Hardly a national carp crisis.

This is just drivel, sorry, but someone has to tell you.

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[quote user="Clair"]There is a new website which puts all admin related queries for individuals (particuliers) under one roof: adele.gouv.fr/

Click on the house picture for a tutorial. Each room links to a specific admin area shown on the left-hand side menu. [/quote]

There is now another new website which enables you to complete a lot of administrative tasks or paperwork on line: administration24h24.gouv.fr/

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[quote user="Clair"][quote user="Clair"]There is a new website which puts all admin related queries for individuals (particuliers) under one roof: adele.gouv.fr/

Click on the house picture for a tutorial. Each room links to a specific admin area shown on the left-hand side menu. [/quote]

There is now another new website which enables you to complete a lot of administrative tasks or paperwork on line: administration24h24.gouv.fr/

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Clair

Both links seem to go the the same "admin" web page - at least that's all that I can get whichever link I use.

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