Hello again Jonathan , so after trying and failing to inflame the Facebook page that has been created by many thousands of passionate people to Save the DLI Museum of one of the most well known fighting Regiments of the British Army you have now decided to come here and attempt to force your negativity and opinions onto the contributors of this page and forum. The problem you have is that your opinion is based on a lack of real facts , you say the picture is a complete mess and that the situation is a total impasse both of which are completely incorrect ! Let me assure you that the commitee of this group is exploring many avenues to take the debate with DCC , Museum Trustees , other interested parties and the longevity of the Museum forward , most of which you are not party too , everything will be revealed in the fullness of time. Passions are running very high amongst many people whose fathers , Grandfathers , Uncles fought in the DLI many making the ultimate sacrifice and unfortunately as this has been a decision made by a majority Political party in DCC they are the butt of much of the anger and disappointment but in many ways that is understandable considering the lack of engagement by DCC and in particular the Trustees and the lack of consultation prior to the decision with the families whose relatives medals , uniforms etc including original Victoria Crosses that have been loaned to the Museum collection. I am not a Political person myself but it is impossible to keep politics especially local politics about which i assume you have little understanding seperate from this issue. What i don't understand Jonathan is your need to voice your opinions on this matter as you clearly have no interest in the DLI , Durham itself or the Museum so why have you joined a group that has Save the DLI as it's title other than to in some way enhance your own reputation.