It’s easy to make the moon appear 150,000 miles closer to Stonehenge.



So it’s equally easy to make a road appear 150 yards closer to Stonehenge.

But is it legitimate for English Heritage, Historic England, The National Trust and Highways England to use cheap visual trickery to mislead the public into thinking there’s a need to inflict massive new damage on the Stonehenge World Heritage landscape in defiance of UNESCO?

As can be seen, Stonehenge is not very close to the road yet some government funded and conservation bodies have used “moonraking tricks” to convey the reverse.