Targeting lines of least resistance
Dear Sir, — The two correspondents last week opposing the Gladman plan made very good points. “Canary In The Mine” was right to highlight the increased air pollution this would cause. Canaries were, of course, once kept in mines to detect the presence of “firedamp”: the lethal gas that would do so by killing the poor little twits!
Sandie Boynton is to be congratulated on her patient research work, giving a large number of examples of other areas where Gladman has attempted, against the wishes of local people, to take over areas of land, regardless of the destruction of the environment. The salient fact that she exposes is that Gladman employs a team of lawyers to target lines of least resistance. This is surely a sinister attempt to take over large areas of the country for its own profit.
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