Letter of the Day: Blue Badge is a not a privilege

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Disabled parking bays in this city are hard enough to find, without lorries, taxis and trucks parking in them too.

When looking for a blue badge space on Tuesday, June 2, I passed this truck in a disabled bay near Slindon Street Post Office.

If this driver has a blue badge I’ll eat my own boxers.

When will these people realise having a blue badge is a necessity and not a privilege?

I wouldn’t wish my disabilities on anyone.

Lou Gage

Angerstein Road, Portsmouth