If the bicycle that is stolen is someone’s only means of getting to work, then there is significant harm.
Why shouldn’t councils build the homes needed? We can re-enter the market, using low costs of capital to borrow, and cut out the middleman.
Greig Baker: Council borrowing was meant to fund public works improvements – not speculative investments
As things go belly up, profligate local authorities will look to taxpayers across the country to bail them out. More accountability is needed.
Finance, legal, and property expertise are often in short supply on governance boards, yet that knowledge is key to professional school management.
Emissions from cars are 50 per cent above the national average in Cambridgeshire. We need to boost alternatives to ease congestion.
The SNP has been flippant and left local authorities in a precarious position. We need proper funding to make localised decisions.
We need to offer an optimistic free enterprise alternative to Labour’s profligate spending and inferior public services.
Labour wants a new tax that would add extra cars and pollution to some of the areas where air quality is already the worst in the City.
Children are resilient. Often it is the parents who are more anxious. So get information out to them as quickly and simply as possible.
John Bald: The lack of merit in A-level grading shows a misplaced belief in the power of statistical modelling
We can expect hard cases to make headlines, and universities to do what they can, to mitigate the most obvious injustices.
New NHS hospitals do not need to be ugly. It is for the good of patients, hospital staff, and civil society, that they should be attractive buildings.
If there is to be any positive legacy from the Grenfell fire, it must be that our building and fire safety regime is state of the art.
There has even been opposition to providing on-line lessons. The closure of schools is further fracturing our already divided society.
John Moss: Khan has failed to deliver on housing. The Government should switch to funding the London boroughs instead.
Cut out the middleman. Go straight to the people who want to build – and help people who want to buy their home.
Nicholas Boys Smith: Quantity and quality – why the Planning White Paper is getting the big questions right
It accepts that the beauty and liveability of the new settlements we create matters. Far too few new places achieve this.