Silly question, I know, but who has right of way in the following circumstance: Ground: Straight, single carriage-way road in village terminating in a T-junction. Starting at about 20 yds from T-junction, 12 cars parked on one side (call it 'left') of road. Side road (on 'right') about 4th parked car down from T-junction ; HGV parked in side road. One gap in parked cars, at about 10th car from T-junction. Situation: Car going to T-junction approached first of the parked cars, driver notes no cars approaching on 'right' hand side, so overtakes parked vehicles. When driver reaches ~6th car, a 4x4 turns into the road from the T-junction. 4x4 stops just before the first of the parked cars, waits about 3 seconds then starts to proceed, by which time the original car is level with the 4th parked car. Driver 2 gets out of 4x4 and launches into harangue about having right of way and states driver 1 should back up. Driver 1 states that they were already committed to the overtake and nearly at the end, driver 2 should have seen this and, as they did not have a clear route, should have waited. Driver 2 continues harangue. Driver 1 turns off engine and makes it clear that they aren't moving. Driver 2 reluctantly backs up and lets Driver 1 pass. Mission: Determine: Who had right of way? What was the courteous thing to have done?