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'Cultural renaissance' reflects spiralling levels of consumption

Those of you old enough to remember when the term 'science park' meant something electrifying and faintly avant-garde - and certainly more than the miserable Green Belt offices with inadequate parking that it came to mean in later years - will not be surprised to learn that another terminological inexactitude is cruising for a bruising.


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