I don't think you will get a lot for 4.5M. Watch the price go up!!!!!!
I imagine it is talking about the proposed link road joining up the Sainsbury's roundabout area with the Gatehouse area. I remember from the plans that part of the road would need a bridge.
What new bridge and where ? New section of link road - where ? Certainly a lack of detail and lots of fluff.
I don't have a problem with eating food that is more local to us. And continental Europe is a darn site nearer to us than anywhere else on the planet (barring the Republic of Ireland). @Diane Mondeo - if, say, just for the sake of argument, we were to have no imports whatsoever from continental europe do you really believe that would stop the illegal imports of drugs, people and ...
Yes, lets not hinder the illegal transportation and import of drugs, people and guns through our ports from Europe. Even the mobile x-ray units for checking containers/trailers at U.K. ports was stopped because it was against the human rights of illegal immigrants coming into the country. The U.K. is like a ship at sea with no one to steer it and I believe there is an iceberg on the horizon.
All those lorries, all that pollution. Perhaps we should eat food that is more local to us. When I was young we ate according to the season, it was no great hardship.
During the 70s & 80s parliament thought it right that the accused in sexual assault cases were granted anonymity, perhaps because those kind of allegations carry such huge social stigma that live with the accused for the rest of their lives, even if they are subsequently found innocent. And, of course, there are the serial rape fantasists out there: ...
"there has been a fourfold increase in the number of lorries coming in and out of Britain via Kent since customs barriers within the EU were abolished in 1992." From: www.economist.com/news/britain/21720274-while-goods-european-union-pass-through-seamlessly-those-elsewhere-face-long
How did we ever manage before the single market came into effect in 1993?
I've mentioned in another thread (Food) issues concerning the movement of lorries in and out of this country when we have left the EU and how new customs procedures may impact on the fluidity (or otherwise) of their movement. I noticed in this week's Gazette that the MP for Central Devon, Mel Stride, makes reference to the Customs Bill which concerns the above and which is presently going ...