Woman who can barely walk is issued parking fine after blue badge slips down dashboard
A woman whose severe spinal conditions mean even short walks can be agony for her has received a £70 parking fine - despite displaying her blue badge.
Christine North is refusing on principle to pay the fine, which is almost her entire weekly pension.
She parked on Kent Street in Grimsby using her blue badge, but returned to find a fine on her windscreen which claimed that it was invalid because not all of it was visibile.
"I think this is awful. I can't walk and I can't breathe, and I got a parking ticket even though it was in my window," Christine, who lives in East Halton... read more
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