The wheels on the bus .…well they’re sticking a bit.

They said it couldn’t be done! The engines just couldn’t take any more, captain! But they (who is this “They?”, Ed) were wrong. I’ve taken on board some of the comments on layout, and hope­fully(!) made National ID Cards Even Easier.

Now before you rush off to read it, I want to thank the 11 people who voted in my “What shall I do next” poll. Six of you have told me that you want me to trans­late the snap­pily titled Delivering a Sustainable Transport System: Consultation on Planning for 2014 and Beyond into Real English. This is defin­itely going to be trick­ier than ID Cards, mostly because I have much stronger feel­ings about public trans­port. Mostly, the number 35 bus… gah!

While you’re wait­ing with bated breath (you’d better be!), here’s the cunningly titled National ID Cards Explained:

National ID Cards explained

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Corinne Pritchard

Corinne Pritchard

Information Designer at Simply Understand
I believe design and design­ers can and should make the world a better place. I love design­ing things that help people under­stand complex ideas.
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2 thoughts on “The wheels on the bus .…well they’re sticking a bit.

  1. I think it’s a bit rich that they’re char­ging us 30 quid to get some­thing that then oblig­ates us to keep telling them about us or end up getting fined over £120. I for one won’t be apply­ing, unless it becomes compuls­ory — and if that happens I may end up leav­ing the coun­try rather than let Big Bro have my details.

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