“I will put a duty on people who are part of a family.

“Either say to someone ‘look I’m sorry you’ve got this disease or that, you’re not fit to drive and if you don’t report the condition then I’m afraid I’m going to do it for you’.

“It’s amazing how many people I speak to who have family members and they say ‘we don’t know what to do, my mum goes shopping and every time she pings her car’‘

Source: | This article originally belongs to Daily Express

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