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But police said they regularly review which fixed cameras are turned on, meaning drivers should not be complacent.

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Of the 45 forces in the UK, four have no fixed speed cameras at all, while 13 said fewer than half of their cameras are active.

Out of a total 2,838 cameras in the UK, only 1,486 are in use, according to police responses to Freedom of Information requests.

They had lived very sheltered lives for much of the war at Windsor Castle, their only contact with men of their own age being at dinners given by her parents and attended by what were known in court circles as the “Flirts”, young Guards officers such as Porchy.

Despite being the one responsible for the story ever being known of how the future Queen spent VE Day, Porchy doesn't even get a name-check in A Royal Night Out.

The Queen is certainly someone who likes to drive - drive very fast - and prides herself on her knowledge of cars, gained when she served in the Auxiliary Territorial Service during the War.

But the idea that she would invite Jack (played by Jack Reynor), the young airman she befriends, back to the palace for breakfast is simply rubbish.

When the King (who is well played by Rupert Everett, although he is too fit in every sense of the word to capture George VI) gives his daughters permission to escape the confines of royal protocol for one night, they are entrusted to two daft, nameless officers. ’, and they [the King and Queen] came out on the balcony. No one recognised Princess Elizabeth or Princess Margaret, and we went round up Whitehall, up Piccadilly, into the Ritz Hotel – I used to have a little room there – and back through Hyde Park Corner, down the Mall.” Such are the historical details of an evening that the Queen’s cousin, Margaret Rhodes, later was to describe as “Cinderella in reverse”.

“At a certain time we were going to be with the crowd outside Buckingham Palace and everyone started to say, 'We want the King! If anything more happened, there is only one person alive who knows about it (Lord Porchester died in 2001) and she is certainly not going to talk, though I can’t help wondering if the Queen might be tempted to see the film and have a laugh at everything it invents.

'If forces are to convince motorists they are about road safety they should be thinking in terms of average speed cameras, as they ensure drivers stick to the limit over a fixed length of road.'With a 27% decline in the number of dedicated roads' police officers from 2010 to 2015 it is perhaps unsurprising that six in 10 drivers feel there are not enough police on the roads to enforce driving laws.'Other locations where cameras caught thousands of motorists include Barrowby Thorns in Lincolnshire where 35,584 where snapped and on the eastbound M62 between J18 and J19 where 29,205 potential fines were issued.

It comes after police data revealed that only half of all fixed speed cameras are actually switched on.

I did, however, have reservations over the casting – rather than the acting – of the two young women who play Princesses Elizabeth and Margaret.

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