blue badge scheme

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blue badge scheme

A UK programme administered by the local council and signed by the patient’s GP, which provides parking concessions for people with severe mobility problems who have difficulty using public transport.
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e victim slept through the break-in and discovered when he woke that his car - containing his wheelchair and a disabled parking badge - had been stolen.
A source close to the investigation said he was not being questioned about the disabled parking badge scam.
As this picture shows, the windscreen of the red Mini, which displays a disabled parking badge, is gradually being filled with the penalty notices.
A STROKE victim of 92 who struggles to walk with a stick was in tears after being told to give up her disabled parking badge.
However, while trekking back across to Old Hall Street, I could not help but notice that almost every other bay was filled with a vehicle displaying a blue disabled parking badge, many of which displayed times which suggested they had been parked up since very early morning, suggesting that the bays were being used by people working in the city between 9am and 6pm.
Later he appeared outside again and unlocked the door of a Ford Fiesta which displays a disabled parking badge in the name of "Lady P.
Thief got into unlocked car parked on driveway and stole disabled parking badge.
Not only do I pay my own council bills there, I pay my mother's rent, arrange her disabled parking badge, arrange rubbish collections and parking permits, report street light problems and graffiti.
BUSTED J Senior Perth and Kinross Council worker Lorna Tulloch displays her husband Richard's blue disabled parking badge in the window of her car in a clear breach of strict regulations
A SOLDIER who lost a leg fighting in Afghanistan was hit with more than pounds 800 in fines after being denied a disabled parking badge.
However, as they got out of their cars and made their way in to their work I noticed none of them showed any physical disability, neither did they show any sign of holding a disabled parking badge in their car.

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