So despite the fact that the average car claim by an 18-year old male is £4,400 and the average claim made by an 18-year old female is £2,700, it has been officially labelled as gender discrimination to charge higher premiums to men.
Now, surely, surely there will soon be another ruling that to charge 18-year-olds higher premiums than 42-year-olds is age discrimination. It's only logical.
And surely then it will be pronounced disability discrimination to refuse to insure blind car drivers.
Shortly to be followed by the revelation that it is shoddy driver discrimination to charge higher premiums to people who have a history of writing off cars.
I wonder how much it cost to officiate this silliness...