No transport of delight
GOVERNMENT policy remains baffling. Why entrust building Hinkley power station (which, rightly or wrongly, most people believe is necessary) to foreign powers we have no compelling reason to trust because the State ‘can’t afford’ to build it, while proposing to press ahead, for three times as much public money, with HS2, which practically no one believes will ever be more than a gratuitously disruptive waste of time?
It is surely time to recognise that mass movement, in a vastly overpopulated world, is undesirable and official obsession with encouraging it is untenable. Kit Rae-scott, Devon