At this time when there’s a supplementary public consultation about minor changes to a plan which still flouts UNESCO’s concerns, it’s worth recalling that this all started with David Cameron not looking to enhance Stonehenge but to get votes – which meant the tunnel had to be short because short means cheap.
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That reality hasn’t changed. All else is flim-flam by the same archaeologists employed by self-interested charities or in receipt of Government funding or patronage who said his original plan would be good for Stonehenge.
 

But David Cameron no longer cares. Here he is recently at the Wilderness Festival. We think there’s something very wrong with our protection system if it allows something so timeless and precious as Stonehenge to fall victim to a defunct political agenda. How dreadful is that?

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So please respond to the current consultation here. Let’s make it impossible for Highways England to give Mr Cameron what he no longer wants.