Readers will recall that I posted earlier about a planning application that had been submitted for the conversion of a vacant shop premises to a mosque in Chipping Norton, a town just a few miles from where David Cameron’s “constituency home” is located.
It will not surprise readers to know that the planning application has succeeded, as detailed here. It will not escape the notice of readers that:
“residents’ comments were edited by district council planning officers. Agenda documents said: “Some representations have not been included within this report due to their prejudiced nature.”
Those that did not bother, or could not be bothered, to express an opinion on this planning application would, in respect of opening hours and religious teaching, do well to remember that situations and circumstances invariably change day by day.