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FTThe Times

Women really are better drivers than men (they just don’t know it) – It is one of the mopst enduring myths of our time, seemingly used to justify foul-mouthed rants across car dashboards up and down the country. Now a study has nailed the lie about the gender divide – by finding that women are better drivers than men.

10,000 more over-70s hit the road every month – The number of older drivers on British roads is increasing at a rate of more than 10,000 a month, prompting that cars should be adapted to meet the needs of pensioners. A study by the Institute of Advanced Motorists found that more than 4.3million people over 70 now hold a driving licence and that the oldest driver on the road is 107 years old.


Car dealer blames failures on Lloyds in public protest – Lloyds Banking Group’s annual meeting was disrupted by an entrepreneur who accused the lender of profiting from the administrations of small and medium-sized companies. Keith Elliott, a Lloyds shareholder and former owner of Premier Motor Auctions, a Leeds-based car business, made a nine minute protest in which he warned that the bank must address “another scandal about to surface”.

The Daily Telegraph

Drink-drive limit ‘should be halved’- The legal drink-drive limit should be almost halved, police rank-and-file leaders have said, amid concerns over a doubling in the number of female drink-drivers. The Police Federation of England and Wales has called for tougher laws on alcohol that would mean drivers could be over the limit after just one pint.

UK falls into deflation but set to bounce back ‘within days’ – Britain’s first period of deflation in more than half a century will be short-lived, according to economists who said the spell of falling prices was likely to end within days. The pound fell yesterday after official data showed prices, as measured by the consumer prices index (CPI), fell by 0.1pc in the year to April, following zero inflation in February and March.

The Independent

We hate red tape too, EU insists as it cuts needles rules – Eurosceptics across the continent cite red tape as an example of bureaucratic waste. That is now also the view in Brussels where yesterday officials moved to overhaul their rulemaking procedures, promising new safeguards to prevent useless laws ending up on the statute books.

Posted by Sue Robinson on 22/05/2015