Monthly Archives: August 2015

Missing manners

I used to pity dentists who spent most of their working lives peering down people’s throats. Increasingly, this is an experience shared by anyone travelling on public transport or walking in a shopping centre. I refer to the sight of … Continue reading

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The countryside as an engine of growth

I was fascinated to read the thoughts of our Chancellor, George Osborne and our Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, Elizabeth Truss, in today’s Daily Telegraph.  While their plans to ensure our villages share in the prosperity … Continue reading

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