It was an enlivening evening with Johnny Mercer MP at Mint last night, it was great to get to meet Johnny and be inspired by his story ad also meet with other members of the Bath Conservatives.
On a more sobering note, earlier in the day, I banged my index finger on the table as I was startled by the unnecessary use or a siren starting up just outside my house. It is a minor injury but very painful and debilitating. I just wanted to make the point that we don't want to hear sirens blaring in Bath, especially not if they will cause anxiety or other injury through stress or shock. I think that the emergency services have been using sirens inappropriately which is a dangerous for drivers and others.
For example, the roadway along Camden Crescent is over a private viaduct, the council has maintained a public roadway but it would cost millions of pounds of council money to maintain the arrangement if the viaduct gets further damaged by dangerous driving along Camden Crescent. I think it best sirens only be use when need, not at night when there is no traffic, not on an empty road as an excuse for driving fast when it is too dangerous to, not unless specially requested as it is causing stress and heartache, above and beyond the noise from the low-flying planes to Bristol Airport.
One final point is that in my role as nuclear consultant, I would like to obtain Security Clearance, could you help me with this?