Monthly Archives: August 2022

Targeting blame

A woman was killed, three people were hurt, and the Piccadilly Line was closed after a Range Rover crashed in Park Royal. Labour councillor for Balham, Jo Rigby, wrote, “A child will grow up without a mother because a man … Continue reading

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Mediocrity blocking reform

The level of debate about roads on BBC Today and PM is pitiful. On self-driving cars and 20mph recently, “experts” cited accident figures and blamed driver error. They never see that our problems stem from the mistaken rules and a … Continue reading

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They cannot be serious!

License cyclists and make them subject to the same rules¬†as motorists? The government is supposed to be levelling up, isn’t it, not down? The ruinous rules of the road need reform, not expansion. Road-users need education, not enforcement.

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Apathy from on high

On the Today Programme, oncologist Prof Pat Price¬†rightly criticised the backlog of cancer patients waiting for tests or treatent, and called for radical action. Meanwhile, I scream in the dark about the dysfunctional rules of the road which continue to … Continue reading

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