James Sunderland welcomes the Government’s New Plan for Immigration but raises concerns at the scale of the model currently under consultation which is out of proportion and would severely impact the resources of a small unitary authority with no council-owned stock such as Bracknell Forest.
I write this on the early morning train into Westminster. Even at this ungodly hour, I am surprised by how many more people appear to be commuting into London, how much busier the trains are and the efforts that everyone is consciously making to ensure social distancing throughout the carriage.
You’ve got to take your hat off to the Secretary of State for Defence. With speculation rising to fever pitch ahead of the imminent publication of the Integrated Review of security, defence, development and foreign policy, hardly a day goes by without yet another story appearing in the national press about what is being cut from the Royal Navy, Army or Royal Air Force.