At a recent junction review meeting someone referred to a "London Right" turn. This turns out to be a "Copenhagen Left", except the mirror image as we ride on the other side of the road. You make a right turn at a light controlled junction as follows. Continue straight, keeping to the left, and stop in front of the stationary traffic in the road joining from the left. When the lights change, you go straight across. You have made a London right! There may be road markings to indicate a "refuge" in front of the stop line. An example here and a video here. What do people think of this manoeuvre? Does anyone know an example in the UK where this is marked on the road?
I run short "healthy rides" for Southwark Cyclists. Have a background in exercise science.