Polly has to recount a story she was told about serial uninsureddrivers trying to pull the wool over the eyes of those poor souls at theCPS, or Crown Prosecution Service, as they like to be called. (Well, thepolice often rename our legal eagles - rather unfairly - the CriminalProtection Society.)

A south-coast magistrates court was considering a case of driving whileuninsured when up popped the CPS solicitor to say the defendant had acover note that proved he was insured at the time of his

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