There is a genuine news story contained within that review, chaps:
It has transpired that the new display line was proposed by the Red Arrows themselves, due to their inability to alter their display to avoid aerobatic over flight of Albrighton, with Royal Air Force duty-holder chain insistent that the Air Show allowed their change of display axis.
This runs contrary to what was said by the organisers pre-show where they insisted the airshow's Flying Control Committee had made the changes:
"For this year the FDD has had to formally defined the display area and propagate that to all of the participants at this year's show... The regulations absolutely preclude aerobatic flying over congested areas, so there's no getting away from the fact that Albrighton is a congested area and therefore aerobatic flying over that area is forbidden... The MAA regulation that applies to this: "All flying displays shall be managed, organised and delivered in order to reduce the risk of life to at least tolerable and as low as reasonably practical"... So it was my decision, we engaged with the Red Arrows and the Typhoon, we couldn't fit them into our display area and we couldn't allow them to fly over Albrighton, and therefore we have shifted the display axis to protect that we can have full displays from those acts."
Smells to me like Cosford were told to carry the can for the reason behind the changes from someone way up the RAF food chain, to spare the embarrassment of RAFAT...
Well done to UKAR for digging this out. And bold of the source for coming forward to reveal it.