Countries in a good shape have little to fear from a national Census usually undertaken every five or ten years. Infamously both the Soviet Union and China deferred their Census’ after catastrophic policies resulted in the deaths of millions from famine and purges. Wales must be wishing that the results of the 2011 Census could have been buried somewhere. This is because they speak of a nation facing an existential crisis.
- Trump alleges human rights breach over Aberdeenshire wind farm approval
- Go-ahead for south London energy-from-waste plant
- Urban design framework quashed by High Court
- Adviser has reservations about extensions plan
- Major infrastructure projects hit by series of judicial review challenges
- Fresh housing assessment to delay joint core strategy
- Reforms will boost use of prior approval system
- Planning rules for state-funded schools eased under overhaul of change-of-use rules
- Councils query exemptions from office conversion
- Judge overturns Manchester flood zone designation
- Gareth E on Wales! Wales?: parts of my homeland are now poorer than Romania….
- Francis Iszatt on Wales! Wales?: parts of my homeland are now poorer than Romania….
- John Walls on Wales! Wales?: parts of my homeland are now poorer than Romania….
- Alan Stanton on Sydney needs a new planning system – and effective governance
- Toni McKenzie on Sydney needs a new planning system – and effective governance
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