Is there a specific reason why the gov hasnt started to tailor its policies and investment in line with the economic collapse?
I mean, I would have thought that rather than investing resource in Olympic villages and road widening projects, they would switch the funding of this to food production/distribution, self sufficiency in energy, or at least using the proposed subsidy for those scrapping an old car to replace with an electric one, to actually provide a subsidy OFF the price of a british manufactored electric car, maybe using the reduncancy of existing foreign conventional motor car manufactoring as the backbone for a new industry......I mean it would be using existing skills and plant and labour force, and if the gov is planniong to invest (just for investments sake to 'stimulate growth') then they might as well do it sensible (not an olymic village)
Why not also try to get electric recharging points up and running? If hes gonna increase national debt then he might as well do it for something that is better than what is proposed.
What I really cant understand is how all the proposals for large projects seems to not take into account any of the circumstances that now face us, is it due to lack of flexibility? Is it because unless a plan has existed for 2 years then it cant be started?
There is something wrong here, in respect of gov plans not being nimble enough to adapt to changing priorities, its planning is too cumbersome, too big a turning circle. It needs to get light on its feet, to get canny.
Any ideas why it doesnt change? according to current pressing needs? Im baffled