Government organizations have a bad attitude to tall buildings
I have written here before in disparaging vein about the English propensity for erecting a series of inquiries, hearings, panels, committees, regulators, watchdogs and sleeping policemen in front of every enterprise put forward by persons of ambition. Clearly the object of this obstructionist behaviour is, first, to ensure that the largest possible number of pairs of feet can be got under the tables set out for the great and good, (aka the inert and craven); and second to make certain ...
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