He said: "This ballot result was inevitable after Grampian prevaricated
on the issues."
Since then, the MoD has obfuscated, prevaricated
and lied to his family.
Elected politicians and local authority officials knew about the financial difficulties at Aston Pride, they knew the organisation was failing to deliver regeneration and yet they prevaricated
and did not intervene because they wanted to let 'the community' run the show.
They have prevaricated
for so long that, even if a decision was made tomorrow, it would take another 10 years before the vehicles reached a theatre of action.
The reality, however, is that the tram project's days were numbered from the moment the Government refused to upgrade its contribution to the scheme to allow for the inevitable inflation which pushed up the projected costs while Westminster prevaricated
. It was desperately unfair, and again symptomatic of the rather cynical approach of the Government towards killing this project by default.
Only Science prevaricated
. "Check it," he insisted.