You might have heard that Cambridge City Council decided that all new road signs should be written without apostrophes. A secret army of guerilla grammarians then secreted black marker pens about their persons, ready for action should a punctuationless street name be seen. You can imagine the general relief when the Radio 4 news programme announced that Cambridge County Council had reversed its decision. A triumph for the democracy of the literate.
All that's keeping our Fenland trainer awake at nights now is worrying whether marker pen activists have put the apostrophes in the right place.