Not another castle: Peter Rhodes on thankless parenting, missing luggage and the pure hell of church bells
THE Daily Telegraph makes the old mistake, in its leader column, of seeing the future through present-day eyes. It suggests that Boris's Bridge, the proposed link from England to France, would have to be big enough to take petrol stations. But why? By the time this wildly-ambitious bridge is built (if ever), petrol will be a fading memory and the only petrol stations in a world of electric transport will be the ones lovingly preserved by the National Trust.