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'We can all make errors of judgement'

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A DEPUTY who parked in a space for disabled drivers was apologetic yesterday after he faced a barrage of criticism from islanders.

A DEPUTY who parked in a space for disabled drivers was apologetic yesterday after he faced a barrage of criticism from islanders.

Deputy David Inglis, pictured, said he was sorry he had parked in a spot reserved for Blue Badge holders at Health and Social Services' corporate headquarters after he turned up late for a meeting.

By today, 130 comments had been left on the Guernsey Press's Facebook page in reaction to the story.

'Apologies all round, we can all make errors of judgement,' he said on Twitter and later posted on Facebook that he was very sorry for his error of judgement.

'It was unacceptable for me to park in a disabled parking space and I appreciate the upset this has caused'.

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