More than 100 British schools have been forced to close or partially shut due to safety risks linked to reinforced autoclaved aerated concrete (RAAC). Calls for further transparency over the issue have been made, with warnings that the problem extends further than just the education sector. The risk could also potentially affect healthcare settings, courts, offices, and other buildings constructed with RAAC, a material used up until the mid-1990s. Several NHS hospitals are suspected to have the concrete.
Open source leaders are pushing for permanent government financing to maintain open source projects. They argue that as government oversight is vital to the national