Recently I posted on the disgraceful decision of Tunbridge Wells Borough Council to terminate at short notice the Soup Bowl's use of council owned property. The Soup Bowl provides a hot meal for homeless people and others living on the margins of society.
The local newspaper printed an edited version and also letters from a few other people.
Now, the Council has had a change of heart and has deferred eviction. But why was the daft decision taken in the first place and by whom? Really, did it require the Bishop of Rochester, Greg Clark MP and the Leader of the Council to meet to sort it out?