As the Government floats further away into a Brexit dreamland, the Barnet "graph of doom" is becoming a reality with demand led adults and children's spending crowding out other vital services such as roads, waste collection and local bus services.  

We already know that  reductions in social care spending when matched against growing need have already caused a massive spike in demand for hard pressed A&E services.  The long term impact of the wider diminuation of other public services  can probably only be assessed by future generations.  I would suggest that not repairing roads, cutting bus services and reducing waste collection will almost certainly diminish our communities as we try to build a post Brexit Britain.