Aylesbury Vale District Council staff travel on business using pool cars – and the pool cars are Nissan Leafs.
Posts Tagged: Rural affairs
A free vote on repeal gives legislators the opportunity to review the impact of the fox hunting ban. No wonder the law’s supporters are nervous.
Community Land Trusts and other schemes are making a positive difference around the country.
Nadhim Zahawi: A message from Labour voters in my seat that I’ve never heard before. They’re backing a Conservative Prime Minister.
I truly believe that this election will finally banish the tribal, class-driven polarisation of workers versus bosses. That rhetoric will be firmly placed in the dustbin of history.
Greater understanding, and better co-operation, would aid the nation.
Nimby opposition can vanish if new homes are traditional.
It may not have closed hunts down, but a law rooted in prejudice and class warfare is a stain on the statute book.
His new book, ‘The Marches’, is a fascinating exploration of a land and people caught between Scotland and England.
Splitting hairs over whether or not someone is a ‘recurring’ or ‘regular’ TV presenter shouldn’t allow someone to abuse a neutral platform.
Osborne launches his new think-tank today, and the project that he championed will continue – though with differences.
An independent Britain could maintain financial support for agriculture whilst lifting the burden of EU red tape.
While the media’s attention is focused on the coming referendum, the scale of the spending squeeze is impacting on some Tory Parliamentarians and councillors.
There is a chronic shortage of skilled construction workers.
Sustaining rural life is consistent with easing the housing supply.
And, more to the point, how will he do so? Finesse should deployed instead of force.