Johnson’s London Dictionary: ULEZ

ULEZ (n.) Acronym designed to confuse the hapless drayman, thus risking a tallage in excess of 90 guineas

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3 thoughts on “Johnson’s London Dictionary: ULEZ”

  1. I used to have to pay congestion charge once I crossed over the end of Albany Street. So every time I visited my mum in Peckham, I had to pay. Glad to be away from all that now. I bet government vehicles don’t pay! 🙂
    Cheers, Pete.

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