Do you remember the Yes, Minister episode where there is a brand-new hospital with over five hundred administrative staff and no patients?
I had that mind when I saw this story:
The Welsh assembly is speeding up school closure consultations after public frustration over £110,000 committed to a primary which will have no pupils when term starts next month.
It seems that, as Basil Fawlty might have said, “It’s the law of Wales! Nothing to do with me!”
I somehow don’t think there will be Cuban refugees coming to stay at the school anytime soon, though.