Some highlights so far:
Well done DM! Thanks entirely to your esteemed organ our world is a better place by far. Global warming, famine, political social and economic injustice will be your next major victory, I confidently expect
- ribbit, hong kong , 9/2/2011 9:40
So now my flat's car park can be used illegally by commuters who are too tight to pay for a public car park with impunity? Well done DM!! Anyway the AA and RAC campaigned on this issue, so it's a bit rich for you to claim victory here.
- Sidewalker, London, 9/2/2011 9:48
Heaven help us if newspaper workers are able to change the laws of elected governments. Still I suppose civilization as we know it would crumble without the likes of The Mail providing us with quality journalism.
- Ivan Robins, Auckland New Zealand, 9/2/2011 9:32
And what about the 'Freedom' to own and manage your own property as you think fit. Where do you live Mr Slack and Mr Massey - and the bosses/owners of the DM and Ms Featherstone for that matter. Think I might just come and park in your driveways and see how you like it.
- Richard, Perth WA, 9/2/2011 9:09
Well done you! WE, had nothing to do with it. Of course.
- Robin, Of Croxley, 9/2/2011 8:33
I must be missing something. How can anybody feel they have a right to park on someone else's private property without permission?
- Alice Trout, Richmond, UK, 9/2/2011 8:23
Congratulations to the Daily Mail. Congratulations to the Daily Mail.Congratulations to the Daily Mail.Congratulations to the Daily Mail.Congratulations to the Daily Mail.Congratulations to the Daily Mail. I hope these cowboys all go broke. Clamping should be banned totally.
- James , Ascot Surrey, 9/2/2011 5:43
Haha. I bet James's copy of the DM is looking rather limp and soggy today!