The first approach sign is placed at 1 mile from the exit and gives all directions of the exit. The second AD sign is similar and then there is the ID, which also shows one or more destinations for the ongoing road. A reassurance / distance sign follows each exit. Overhead signage in Britain is something special. You've got a variant with lane allocation, but then the arrows are miles away from the focals. And there is the type of overhead signage that only serves to identify directions (not pictured here). One arrow per direction. In each case, you'll get to see focals that are placed next to one another and separated with comma's, something you (thankfully) won't see in the rest of the World.
Thanks to Jonas Sauciunas for the photo of the distance sign
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