I'm not, by nature, inclined to banning things just because I find them offensive. For instance, even though I occasionally use the odd four letter word in both my postings and my real conversation, it is usually due to genuine exasperation and not for effect or out of habit and I almost always regret it afterwards, but I don't want to see swearing banned. I would prefer it if it was restricted by self-censorship, but I realise I'm in a minority on that sort of thing these days.
But if there is one thing I would ban, it is wheel clamping. I mean - what is the point of it? Cars are clamped when they are parked illegally somewhere - in private or public - and therefore deemed to be causing an obstruction. If they are causing an obstruction then surely the last thing you should want to do is ensure that the vehicle can not be moved?
Wheel clamping has become a charter for legalised extortion where one private individual is able to confiscate the property of another private individual and refuse to release it unless and until that person has paid the other a large sum of money. I don't think that wheel clamping sits comfortably with the traditional rights and freedoms to property of Britons and believe it would be right to ban the practice.