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I may have missed something here but this does kind of rely on terrorists and other unsavoury types actually using an Oyster card doesn't it?

Not to be too flippant I hope, but isn't the point of most modern terrorists that they'd only need a single ticket anyway?

I am most sad I only read this somewhat after the er due date -- a very good effort :-)

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