I hope all the survivors of this dreadful disaster are rehoused adequately. Hindsight's a wonderful thing, but I hope when public sector savings are made, the real costs are taken into account, both human and economic, when cutting costs. Both here and the NHS, and other areas where the public saving ends up costing more in the long run and the human cost is immeasurable.
it's never an easy choice to make - we just don't have the funds to prepare adequately for the future, and end up trapped in short term, reactive 'fixes'.
I have mixed feelings about the generosity of the developer here:
From the above article:
This is why I call Neil simplistic when he goes on about free money. And businesses not being in it for the profit.
Not that I would like to think up a solution to the way capitalism operates at the moment.
because you just end up with a new set of problems.