School of thought says it's time to close down Huddersfield - again!
One day years ago, when I was the editor of an architectural magazine, I was taken to lunch by the publisher and the managing director. Over starters I was invited to spell out my plans for the publication. I replied by enthusiastically outlining my strategy for the complete destruction of our nearest rival by sucking away all its classified advertising, headhunting its much-admired cartoonist, and bribing valuable members of staff into leaking the secrets of its feature schedule. I ...
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