Prescott is for turning on the greenfield homes front
It is gratifying to see the future taking shape before one's very eyes, and with sublime indifference to the headlines as well. By the future, I do not mean the ever-extending local authority green paint on the roads so much as the irreversible retreat of a practical politician from the fantasy of an urban renaissance, and the inexorable advance of consumer technology, coming to the rescue of the suburbs and the countryside.
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