Road study rage

7th June 1996 at 01:00
Was your diarist one of the pensioners, the unemployed or the unemployable, who listens to Call Nick Ross, according to the road-rage entry (TES, May 24)? Or was he or she just inattentive?

I had no reason to be brazen. With 300 schools and colleges seeking further information in three weeks about our road user studies initiative with City Guilds, the need is obvious.

George Turnbull Southern Examining Group Stag Hill House Guildford, Surrey

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