What a week for critics of the HS2 scheme! A petition of no less than 108,000 signatures went in to 10 Downing Street, plenty of them from Solihull and Meriden, all calling for the £34 billion project to be scrapped now.
IN response to your reader’s comments about Ward 10 at Solihull Hospital I think that it is very important to make it clear that the mental health services at the hospital are not run by the hospital they are run by Birmingham and Solihull Mental Health Trust, which is a separate organisation.
AT last the reality of exporting all our jobs is becoming our economic downfall, for years many such as me have been warning of this madness, and we have been ridiculed by the politicians who have stood idly by.
I’M delighted that the M6 Toll Road is failing, because if it had succeeded we would have had toll roads all over Britain, and it’s bad enough now with fuel prices and road tax, without any more expenses on movement in Britain.
If as ‘sons and daughters’ of God whatever name he is known by and we were all pulling ‘together’ for the future of this world and If the world was a sentient being, which parts of the Earth correspond to which part of your body?
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