and equally importantly they didnt go over the vehicle upon its return and agree anything with her about the state of the vehicle at the hand back.
They have the burden of proof it was damaged whislt in her care and they cant
There are cartin camera traps that catch peopel out disproportionately and recently several councils were told after a number of successful appeals to cancel all charges that result from that location.
You need to have a look at the published decisions to see if this is one of them. If not you appeal using any successful case as being persuasive
I cant see how a large vehicle could fit into the spave behind you and if it did what difference that would make to the offence.
What we need to see is where the sign you have photographed is relative to thebay/your vehicle, what the freestanding sign next to the building site says and whether you ahve used 2 images of different dates to try and tell us something that isnt the whole story.
It also begs the question why didnt you park on the DYL, was there a plate forbidding that and if so what made the other plates so difficult to read.
It is great that the delivery / collection logistics have been put in place, for when the kits are approved and available, with their processing in the labs set-up.
It’d be a shame if the rest became available and there wasn’t that delivery / collection system ready to go. Kudos to the RM staff supporting the testing, and delivering post & essential documents.
It still leaves the promise of “jam tomorrow” for testing NHS staff.
I haven’t seen it made clear what tests, for who (prioritised how, when the tests are first available in limited supply)
Is this testing NHS staff off unwell? There is a pitfall here.
Testing NHS staff who are well, but off as “household contacts” of a symptomatic case? Or testing the symptomatic case that is the household contact of the NHS worker.
If this is antigen or NAAT testing, I’d suggest the highest priority would be the latter case, and when test supply is most limited, prioritising:
a) staff essential to the supply of
i) critical care and
ii) the lab testing, then prioritising
b) those with the longest remaining of the NHS worker’s 14 days isolation.
Use the kits on those with the longest still off work who can supply the most essential work, to maximise their return.
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