A charming piece of guff on the Mail website today: ‘Do you remember your first car? ‘Yes, it cost £150 in 1956 – and I’m still driving it‘. Contains a rather bizarre dig at the ‘safety brigade’ from the car’s owener:
He drove it car on the roads of France soon after Caroline was born and his most vivid memory is of Jenny breastfeeding the baby as she sat in the front seat while he drove at 110mph.
‘You couldn’t do that now – the safety brigade would make sure of that,’ Mr Harrison said.
Yes, absolute madness of them to want to stop that sort of behaviour, isn’t it?