Another wonderful waste of time. A great long list of manufacturers and stockists of model cars and bits.
Whilst waiting on Piccadilly on Wednesday I just happened to look out and see a hot air balloon. When I went outside to photograph it it turned out to be part of a flight of four drifting through clear blue skies over Manchester. It was just gorgeous in so many ways.
And earlier that day I found some more Space Invaders. I’ve posted one photo already (to Flickr), here’s the other.
For all the talk from Tony Blair that “right throughout government, we put the question of sustainability at the heart of what we try to do” most ministries are dedicating none of their budget to local generation at their sites. The Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra) has dedicated £1.5million of this year’s budget to it, and the Department of Transport (DoT) has allocated cash to water recycling, but that’s it.
Stephen Tindale, the executive director of Greenpeace, compared this performance to the Surrey town of Woking which is working to cut carbon emissions by 77 per cent.
He added: “This is just another example of the yawning gap between New Labour’s rhetoric and reality. One of the first things Alistair Darling [the Transport Secretary] could do is to bash heads together around the cabinet table so ministers start setting an example. If Woking can do this, why can’t Whitehall?”
What a great word. It’s nice to know that it dumped straight into the medlock as well.
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It seems the Spinneyhead server is down. I’m going to keep on pushing stuff at it so that there’s a big glut of posts when it gets rebooted.
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