But the borders are a headache for Spanish police, whose duties range from chasing queue-jumpers
with their batons to catching drug traffickers and suspected terrorists.
The delay is too much to take for some motorists - who ironically go off-road only to cut back in at the top of the line, just like the queue-jumpers
triggering the jam in the first place.
The Brits have always referred to the Cyprus installations as "Internment camps"--and the Illustrated London News, impressed by the sea frontage at the Caraolos compound, even referred to them as "Seaside Holiday Camps for Jewish Queue-Jumpers
They stop queue-jumpers
and issue tickets so people know they can queue in line for a taxi.
For the record, James, the only things that were more irritating than you at the last count were 1) cold callers, 2) caravans, and 3) queue-jumpers
, but we feel you're going to have to go some over the next few months.
Then, just before midnight, a large number of queue-jumpers
arrived, creating a panic that longed-for bargains would be snatched away.
Prices of sought-after vehicles such as the Mini Cooper are soaring as queue-jumpers
pay extra to avoid long waiting lists for factory orders.
As a nation, Wales refuses to tolerate queue-jumpers
, with more than half saying they would shout at someone who broke the sanctity of a traditional British line-up.
For the moment, treating refugees as `illegal' queue-jumpers
works well to re-legitimise the idea of stable control.
I am going to patent a new idea for buses - a machine-gun mounted on the front to mow down queue-jumpers
IT irritation - along with traffic jams, queue-jumpers
, nuisance neighbours, rude shop assistants, spitting and more - is what makes Britain the angriest nation in Europe.
Cold-callers and caravans have beaten queue-jumpers
and celebrities in a new poll of the things most likely to make our blood boil.