Glasgow bin lorry: the DVLA rules

I renewed my driving licence today. The form I had to fill in asked many questions. Amongst them was this:

Have you ever had, or do you currently suffer from any of the following conditions? 

9. Repeated attacks of sudden disabling giddiness

Then there is the declaration: I confirm that I do not currently suffer from and have never had any of the conditions listed previously.

And then:

I understand that it is a criminal offence to make a false declaration or withhold material information in order to obtain a driving licence and that to do so can lead to prosecution and a fine of up to £1,000 or imprisonment for a period of up to two years or both.

Maybe Clarke should get two years inside for his lies? Or £1000 fine? Fat chance – the DVLA has never prosecuted anyone for making false declarations

So here’s your chance, DVLA. You have the paperwork. You have a watertight case. Do something.

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