There is "plenty" of guidance for hospitals on how they should run their car parks so patients' relatives are "not ripped off", a former member of the NHS Foundation Trust said.
Roy Lilley told Good Morning Britain hospitals would "have to charge" to pay for the wear and tear of the car park, but they should keep their prices reasonable.
More top news
The First Lady gave an enthusiastic backing for the Democratic presidential frontrunner in a speech at the Democratic National Convention.
Vitaly Stepanov, who helped uncover the Russian doping scandal, says the IOC is less concerned about ridding world sport of drug cheats.
Colombian drug lord Daniel Barrera Barrera was fined $10m for manufacturing hundreds of tonnes of cocaine that he trafficked globally.