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This is an excellent article from Robert Watts, the Deputy Political Editor at the Telegraph. Check it out!
Another Tory minister demands u-turn on Heathrow – Telegraph.
For me, the article cites further evidence of yet another potential U-turn from the Government, and evidence screaming the case for increasing demand by infrastructure capital spending.
Regular readers of this blog will be familiar with my gold-standard for Government, namely:
- Strong leadership
- Overarching vision
- Coordinated and carefully analyzed strategy, and
- Fully risked assessed, properly costed and effectively managed delivery plans
I am not a historian but I wonder just how badly historians will judge David Cameron’s Government?
Against other post-war UK governments, where will it rank?
Of course, there is one other final thought. If one were to conduct a theory of constraint analysis at Heathrow, the real constraint is not the number of runaways, it’s the speed with passports are viewed by border staff!