Something I picked up from a radio programme was a discussion about chat carriages. This follows a BBC inspired experiment being undertaken by Virgin trains, Transport for London, bus company Arriva, Greater Anglia, the Go Ahead Group and the National Express. https://www.glasgowlive.co.uk/news/glasgow-news/trains-glasgow-chat-carriages-friday-16426104 How would you feel about this if it became the norm for strangers to start chatting to you? What would you want to chat to them about? Would you be able to understand a word of what a Glaswegian sitting next to you on a Virgin train was saying, because frankly, although I like Glaswegians, I struggle with the accent. It might be better to do it in writing. What if a complete stranger asked your opinion about Brexit? Would you prefer to stand in a crowded quiet carriage than sit in a chat carriage with plenty of seats?