The A303 Stonehenge tunnel: the best use of taxpayers' money?

The South West of England has long suffered from poor transport infrastructure relative to the rest of England, with severe congestion on major roads and an often inadequate rail network.

This note from the TaxPayers' Alliance argues that the money being spent on the Stonehenge tunnel could be significantly better-spent elsewhere, and that the whole project should be scrapped.

Click here to read the note.

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