UK faces being sued over useless £285m aid-funded runway in the SOUTH ATLANTIC!
The landing strip on St Helena has become a symbol of Britain’s aid waste
Prince Andrew due to open site in May but pilots said it was too dangerous
Experts warned it might never open because of severe problems with wind
The basic story is that they built it on the edge of a cliff and the wind means that it just may never be usable.
The pity is not the cash wasted – for me anyway. It’s that it’s a place I’ve always thought about wandering off to. Sit up in the hills and write and potter. But I wasn’t going to do that when there’s only the one ship a month passing by…..