David Dimbleby leaves little time for a question on congestion charging, the significance of the wider issue of the environment he dismisses.
A Daily Express journalist chooses to focus on the previous advice to buy a car powered by a diesel engine.
Jacob Rees-Mogg demonstrates the entitlement of rich Conservative motorists who live in the countryside
– i.e. wanting to drive into cities but not live in them.
Chakribahti rares to say – you must provide public transport first.
Ditto Alex Salmond.
Dimbleby grins and Germain Greer says charging motorists doesn’t work.
No-one mentions how in Nottingham, mototrists pay for the improvement