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Wednesday, December 17, 2003

A hundred years and all that

Today is the hundredth anniversary of the first manned powered flight - bring back Concorde I say! It is welcome that the Government did not get too carried away with this anniversary. They have vetoed the possibility of a new international airport at Severnside and have said that Cardiff Airport must remain the central hub of international flights from South Wales. Cardiff, of course, is not the only airport in South Wales, and long may it remain so. However, this Government White Paper opens the way for substantial extra investment there that can only be good for the South Wales economy.

Meanwhile a new Liberal Democrat blogger hits the net - welcome Mark Ramsden. Will blogging still be around in a 100 years? I doubt it.

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