Although personal details gathered by the census are exempt from Freedom of Information, other aspects of the census are included, and so this FOI request went to the Office for National Statistics recently:
Archive for April, 2011
‘Bootneck’ has had a number of items stolen; a solar panel, 2 gas bottles, a gangplank a chimney and a jerry can. The boat was moored at Limpley Stoke.
Sounds like a boater so keep your eyes peeled people. It is unlikely that he’s going to get away with it long term so a 24 hour amnesty is offered.
Pass it on and be careful.
The DEFRA consultation on moving BW and eventually the EA navigations to charity status opened on 30 March. The deadline is 30 June. It is extremely important that liveaboard boaters, whatever their mooring status, respond to this – because there is virtually no acknowledgement of our existence in the entire consultation!!
The following is a press release issued by British Waterways about the judgement in the case British Waterways v Paul Davies