Issue : 5 February 2004
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right because the Albert Hall is round. Oh dear. The paper omitted to mention that a big critic of the design is Jim Cadbury-Brown, architect of the neighbouring RCA building.
Urban design part of the planning mainstreamSubscription
Sustainability Bill clears next hurdleSubscription
was Campbell who interfered with intelligence service reports on the non-existent weapons of mass destruction, by his own admission in evidence to Hutton. If he thinks his career of spin, character assassination, threats and bullying can be excused on the grounds that he raises money for charity, he has another think coming. Thank God for the BBC.
Remotely monitored CCTV systems detect fires, as well as preventing arson attacks and helping to secure prosecutions The sad reality is that in many areas of the UK, arson accounts for a worryingly high proportion of fires.
Abstract paintings by John Holden and stone sculptures by Paul Mason feature in a show at Fermynwoods Contemporary Art, The Water Tower, Brigstock, Kettering, from 14 February-28 March.The gallery is open on Sundays from 14.00-18.00 and by appointment (01536 373469 ;www. fermynwoods. co. uk).
CABE CRITICAL OF CRESCENTSubscription
MSPs' frustration at parliament 'failures'Subscription