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Orwellian

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  1. This post cannot be displayed because it is in a forum which requires at least 10 posts to view.
  2. I agree that the DEFRA 'grant' has provided certainty of taxpayer funding but only until 2027. What has to be remembered however is the objective of government in supporting the transfer from public corporation to charitable trust. This is set out in the attached. Note items 1 & 2.
  3. Again I think not. It could arise from a different interpretation whether deliberate or otherwise. But don't get me wrong I do agree that un understanding of history is essential to understanding the present if not a guarantee that society always learns from it.
  4. That's not entirely true either. Always? I think not.
  5. It was a rhetorical question because BW has got nothing to do with this topic.
  6. Thanks for posting this it does seem that DEFRA are appointing consultants to carry out that review. Given their reliance on the DEFRA contract payment C&RT will be pulling out all the stops to ensure that essential support continues. Ironical really given that BW management pushed to become an independent charity to free themselves from the unpredictable government grant.
  7. Who is BW and what have they got to do with this topic?
  8. I think that is just the location of the office commissioning the report.
  9. https://bidstats.uk/tenders/2021/W11/746914121 Anyone seen C&RT mention this?
  10. Not strictly true. Business tenants have statutory rights to renewal under Landlord & Tenant Act 1954 (as amended). Not an absolute right but landlords have to show statutory reasons for objecting to a new lease. In more recent years both parties have the ability to 'contract out' which has tended to favour landlords.
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