One more for the road
Nursing leaders denied that such a move would disproportionately hit people in rural areas, who need to use their cars more to move around.
Amanda Callaghan, director of communications for the RCN, said: “Would it not be better to improve public transport than accept that people in rural areas should be allowed to drink and drive?”
The idea that public transport is an answer in the countryside is so bizarre that one has to wonder if she has been sniffing the hand gel.
Are there any figures for the risk people who have had a glass of wine at their rural neighbours cause?
I have always thought a rough but fairer way to would be to penalise harder drivers within built-up or 30 limited areas as they probably had the choice of public transport.