Anarchic architects strike out against city 'social cleansing'
Architectural protest group Transgressive Architecture staged its second protest against what it claims is the growing 'sanitization' of cities last week when it inhabited a London tube station underpass and leafleted passers-by on how the homeless were being edged out of the public space.
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