Road repairs versus education – the need to adopt a ‘cradle to grave’ approach to education

Who would ever have believed that a Chancellor of the Exchequer would put more monetary value on potholes than education? While recognising the potential hazard created by untreated potholes – to cars, their passengers and to cyclists of course, it should not be more important than funding our schools. In this week’s budget, Philip Hammond... Continue Reading →


Brexit: will the earth move for you?

As the questions, bickering and random referendum recount demands continue, Fiona Allman-Treen asks; is hidden progress being made – and will local businesses even notice? I remember years ago reading something which explained how glaciers are constantly moving – grinding away in secret with no obvious signs of movement on the surface, or none visible... Continue Reading →

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