Hats off to new AA president Crispin Kelly. His company charity, the Baylight Foundation, has pledged £500,000 for a scholarship programme which will help UK students, otherwise unable to afford AA fees, to do their diploma there. The scholarships will include fees, and money for books and some travel. The intention is to get the maximum effect over about five years, with the first big group of students starting in October next year. This must be the most generous donation to the school in living memory - perhaps more AA alumni should enter the world of property. . .