Is this car GK06AUN, pictured one morning in Clifton
(1) turning on the wrong side of the road
The correct answer is: it makes no difference. Oncoming traffic has to assume they are are turning vehicle, so slow down for a junction in a way that the painted give-way signs would never achieve.
This shows how Bristol's drivers do think of the safety of others, not just when driving, but when parking.
(this was published in 2009; updating the tags has had it relabelled as new. There's probably some yellow lines here now, forever deriving somebody important from parking on the closest corner to their home)