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I think it is time to lay off Deputy Inglis. As "really" says above, this is now a non-story, move on and worry about more important issues concerning the Island. Yes, he shouldn't have parked in a disabled space. It was an error of judgement and I'm sure he regrets doing it. Negative comments on this forum will not help the matter. I imagine that 50+% of forum users have no idea what Mr Inglis' role entails. Do they know this man aside from the negative comments printed in the Guernsey Press? I didnt think so. We are all guilty of 'social wrongs' from time to time, i.e creeping above the speed limit. I'm sure we have all done that inadvertently on at least one occasion. Is speeding worse than parking in a disabled space? Some will say Yes, some will say No. Deputy Inglis got caught and is paying for it through negative commentary on this forum and in our local press. We should not be quick to judge Deputy Inglis on this one indiscretion. He did wrong, he has apologised, enough is enough. People should look at themselves and think: "am I whiter than white" before posting negative comments on here about an otherwise hard working deputy and upstanding member of the Guernsey community.