Maybe the conversation went something like " The cost for that section could be £61 million to £80 million depending on weather etc,etc."
The cost of building a new line at todays prices 8.1 million per km then take into consideration the terrain the cost would go through the roof. Then we would have a sea wall with little or no maintenance putting the town and cliffs at risk of flooding and erosion.
If you are unemployed drawing benefit and fit to work there shouldn't be a choice. I was talking to a 20 year old yesterday and asked what she was doing her answer "nothing i cant find a job with decent money and i am not working for min wage". My question is how do they get away with being out of work for 3 years, is it the system that allows it or are there expectations to high.
Hoverboard is a recognised trade mark so the Trades Description Act is of no relevance.
It would do our snowflake society good i look forward to it.
Have they found Keiron yet?
How about training our Swans to surf that would be a crowd puller.
And the weather is going to be worse next week.
Fairly obvious i would have thought.