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Building a stronger countryside with flexible planning

Will Tony Blair make architecture an election issue? Is Downing Street too preoccupied with the foot-andmouth crisis to consider pushing new topics onto the agenda? Or will it have the wit to combine the two: to draw an explicit link between planning policy and the economic prosperity of the countryside?

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