What would Lord Mansfield do?

Tony Bridgland

Lord Mansfield was a wise old bird. He pronounced countless judgments on late eighteenth century cases relating to the principles of insurance, which have held true for 250 years, and which every fledgling student of our industry, in my day, struggled to learn.

I cannot think what Lord Mansfield would have made of the latest wheeze thought up by our potty government though.

First they invented the SORN, whereby you had to notify the DVLA that a vehicle was off the road. This led to the need for

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