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15:58 UK time, Friday, 30 March 2012

I can see exactly what the government is thinking - whilst queueing for petrol what are people going to do? Buy a quick snack of a pasty from the forecourt, of course.
Basil Long, Nottingham

"Companies in Nottingham with more than 10 parking spaces will have to pay a yearly charge to the council from this weekend." So how big is the Council's own car park? And why don't local businesses just merge all their car parking spaces into one big one?
Rob Falconer, Llandough, Wales

If we'd restricted politicians' hours to zero at the start of the week, we wouldn't have had to extend tanker drivers' working hours at the end of it.
John Thompson, Kirkby Lonsdale

Oh, no! Ian (Thursday letters), what have we started!?
Ray Lashley, ColchesterRe: this story - Prof. Barker? Really? I do hope it's not a howling error. I'll get my lead...
Howard, London

More nominative determinism, naturally.
Mike, Malvern

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