This morning I was on a dual carriageway and I wanted to turn right. For some distance before the right turn I held my lane and made sure that I wasn't shoved to the side of the traffic against the kerb. A short while before the right turn I stuck my arm out and started to move over. There were lots of cars in the right hand lane of the dual carriageway so I couldn't just go straight over but had to sort of hover at the edge of the left hand lane for a while sticking my arm out a lot but not quiet all the way as there was no room to stick it into the traffic. I did spot a gap in the traffic just before the turn so stuck my arm out all the way and tried to move over into the right hand lane. I will hasten to add that I have done this manoeuvrer many, many times and every other time have had no trouble whatsoever that close to the right hand turn as the driver has always let me across. This morning however the woman in the car I was trying to pull out in front of decided that there was no way she was going to let me do this and accelerated up the outside lane so I was forced to steer back into the left hand lane to avoid being badly maimed or killed! The car that had been behind me in the left hand lane then beeped at me for england for getting in his way and the one in the right hand lane did the same! Basically all the drivers going mad at me whilst I was stuck in-between the two lanes of traffic. Luckily the lorry driver in the outside lane then flashed me to go across and I went. Now I don't think that I did anything wrong but maybe I did - what do you lot reckon? I think that the "lady" driver in the outside lane was wrong to accelerate into the gap so quickly while somebody was trying to turn right and that the bloke in the inside lane should have been aware that there was a cyclist in front of him and been a bit careful. All comments will be taken on board (although I might sulk a bit if you are mean to me!).