Thursday, 17 February 2011


Radio 4 this morning was running with the news that UK Government Ministers (in England) are preparing to ditch controversial plans to sell thousands of acres of state-owned woodland in England, and that said Ministers will announce this Friday that the current consultation be halted. Apparently a new panel of experts will be set up to look at public access and biodiversity within the publicly owned woodland. Cameron asked during prime minister's questions whether he was happy with the plans, paused and clearly said NO. Smells like a U-Turn to me...

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