Good lad, you've got yourself in the papers again! This morning's Telegraph (I know, I know, but bear with me) has a story that the cost of traffic jams has reached £9 billion per year.
And guess who's popped up with the suggestion that slip roads could be used as contraflows on motorways. Sounds brilliant! Why did nobody think of this before?
'In a letter to Highways England obtained by The Times, Mr Norman called for measures to "look after motorists", who can be caught up in delays for a number of hours with no food or water.'
Poor things, stuck in all that traffic created by other people. I wonder whether there might be an alternative solution. . .