On Monday night Astragal pitched up at the House of Commons to hear two teams, one led by Guardian journo Simon Jenkins and the other by Jack Pringle, debate the motion, ‘This House believes that architects have failed to learn anything from their mistakes in the 60s’. (In case you’re wondering, Jack was against and Simon was for). Presided over by that dominatrix of the House, Bettie Boothroyd, a string of eloquent debaters, including ...
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