He may be listed in a record as a house painter, because he was at that time. It doesn't mean he was always a painter. Could easily have also been a caretaker/general maintenance person at some time.
If it is the Holgate workhouse, then it was still that in 1928...
What about the management that put in place timetables that fall apart straight away?
Or those that order trains that dont work?
Or those that cut infrastructure funding so it keeps falling apart & causing delays?
In the West Midlands, it's not strikes that are the issue. I suspect that's the case across most of the UK.
Can we have 'minimum service levels' all the time?
If not, why not?
[those are the sort of questions to throw at the government]
You do know that the majority of that stuff is the remit of local authorities?
Economic development is a local authority or combined authority responsibility. Tourism promotion is a local authority responsibility.
What businesses should move to these places, & what happens to the places they...
So we've gone from 'the last government couldn't get anything done' to 'this one will get stuff done' to 'nothing has changed'
So if nothing has changed, then this government won't do anything about nurse numbers, or new homes, or anything else that they mentioned.
For them to do something...
Developer payments are one-off payments, they don't fund the ongoing costs of providing additional school places.
Education funding is also not under the control of local authorities, the funds go directly to schools.
So, even if you've predicted a need for extra school places in a location due...
What in the past 4 years has prevented the Tories from doing these ideas already?
What has changed so that it is only now that there can be an increase in nurses being trained?
What has changed so that it is only now that there can be extra house building?
etc etc etc