Wednesday, 26 September 2018

Back to work


Readers will have noticed the very long break in postings on this blog, although I have managed in the meantime to keep reasonably up to date with the comments that readers have continued to post on a wide variety of topics. But I have no excuse for the hiatus in adding new material to the blog, other than that during the Long Vacation there didn’t seem to be a lot going on on the planning front, and so I didn’t feel motivated to write anything.

Despite the lengthy parliamentary vacation, on the other hand, the political situation has continued to deteriorate, and hardly a day has gone by without some fresh disaster befalling the government in its inept conduct of the Brexit negotiations. Perhaps they should ship over the barbary apes from Gibraltar to take over from the existing negotiating team.

It is becoming increasingly clear that if we are to avoid an utter disaster befalling this country next year, we must STOP BREXIT!

I may not be able to resist returning to the topic of Brexit in the future. But for now, let’s get back to town and country planning.

© MARTIN H GOODALL

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