HARROW Council's support and insistence on doing all it can to help salvage the memory of Bentley Priory and everything it stands for has to be applauded.
Unbelievably the Ministry of Defence has no obligation to have a Battle of Britain museum, so it is admirable that councillors are so desperate to keep alive the memories of all the hard work that took place at the historic site.
Bentley Priory is a magnificent place that played an important role in one of the most significant wars in history.
So everything must be done to ensure that Harrow continues to work to keep some aspects of the site intact.
The economic crisis has cast real doubt over the future of a proposed museum, so it would be good if the Government stepped in to show similar support for a what is such an important cause.
FLYTIPPING is never an acceptable way to get rid of something that you don't want and makes other people's lives a misery.
But it was even more shocking to see landlord Mr Sathiyavadivelu dump the belongings of his tenants in gardens across the other side of Harrow.
We don't know the details of why he decided to chuck a family of seven on to the streets - but to dump their possessions while they were busy transporting the rest of their belongings is unimaginable.
He was so desperate to bring another family into the house to ensure he had a constant stream of money that he was happy to hire a dodgy removals team to simply cast their belongings aside.
For a company that lets out more than 600 homes and has an annual turnover of more than £6million you would expect a far greater level of professionalism.