Was the Sustainable Development Commission too good to escape the bonfire?
The next time David Cameron proclaims that the coalition is “the greenest Government ever” ask yourself this question. Why would “the greenest Government ever” scrap an organisation that promoted sustainable development and saved the previous administration Â£60-70million a year, at a cost of a mere Â£3 million a year?
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I’ve never been to Hull, but I do pity it. Whenever the latestÂ list of crap towns is compiled Hull is usually in there somewhere, and it even won in 2003. Described by The Idler as “a sad story of unemployment, teenage pregnancy, heroin addiction, crime, violence, and rampant self-neglect”, it’s hardly the sort of place you’d want to visit on a recommendation like that.
Continue reading Hull might win Crap Towns, but Edinburgh could win Crap Developments