The Guardian has published a diagram showing the stunning scale of a 4,500-year-old feature found in the Stonehenge Landscape: 20 massive pits in a circle 1.5 miles across and less than a mile from the line of the planned new road.

If that has only just been found, so close, what are the chances something else very important may be found during the works?

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The question arises, would any responsible country or its archaeologists dream of going ahead with the short tunnel scheme knowing that whatever is found will certainly be bulldozed away within weeks?