UK local authorities should set targets for renewable energy, to achieve net zero and to counter misleading objections to solar farms.
Pubs have had a terrible time over Covid. But that’s no excuse for the disappearance of my four favourite sporting prints in Winchester pubs.
Concern for national energy security puts pressure on councillors to stand up for their own net-zero policies and encourage support for solar farm planning applications.
Before the advent of word processing and storage devices, reports and minutes were mercifully brief. Now we’ve lost control.
A tribute to the cricketing life of Mike Bushby, captain of Cambridge University in 1954. Fearless against fast bowling, a great fielder, now much missed.
Covid has accelerated intergenerational inequality. Young climate activists could back UK proposals to expand solar farms, defying Baby Boomer objections.
How can Winchester City Council announce a flood defences scheme without mentioning climate change? It feels as though there’s an embargo on the phrase which is not good for policy-making or for the design of this important scheme.
Readings of The Republic of Motherhood by Liz Berry may offer fresh opportunities to reveal the emotional power of her Black Country dialect.
The NGO rescue ship Aquarius aims to prevent migrants being returned to Libya despite orders from the European Council not to interfere.
The GKN takeover rekindles personal memories of working at the company’s head office in the late 1970s. This was a period of British industrial decline but takeover threats were not on the agenda.