Here’s the BBC news item which clearly states that the UK government will hold a public consultation  to ask interested parties about the practice of covering buildings with flammable cladding. Does this really take a public consultation to discover if this is a bad thing or not? Did the Grenfell Tower fire not make it abundantly clear that covering dwellings with flammable materials isn’t a good idea? Surely the government can just make a decision to ban this without all the waste of time and money a public consultation will involve? What else is the government going to hold a public consultation on? Here are a few other ideas for those dedicated to wasting taxpayers’ hard earned cash: Is execution a suitable[…]