Celebrating the cleverest town centre in all England
In all the hoo-ha surrounding the opening of Bluewater last week, most commentators either parroted the shopping centre's ginormous statistics, or else focused on the impenetrable question of whether it ought to have been built in the first place - this being the sort of horse-bolted-now-close-the-stable-door type of inquiry that strongly appeals to us Englanders.
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