So, at last some sense in the disasterous Building Schools for the Future programme – it's being axed. Michael Gove told MPs: "Throughout its life it has been characterised by massive overspends, tragic delays, botched construction projects and needless bureaucracy". He might (and should) have added, mostly to mediocre sustainability standards. So, a pause for thought must be good for everybody: a chance to ensure that the very, VERY highest sustainability standards are enforced (and not an option to be easily abandoned), and a chance to ensure that the damn things don't have to be torn down after 30 years. Well done MG.