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Unversed in hysterical politics, Crow flies straight into trouble

Things look bad for former chief planning inspector Professor Stephen Crow at the time of writing. Not in the legal sense perhaps, but in the sense of having recklessly hurled himself into the 'squeamish metropolis' versus 'hunting-with-dogs' battle over housebuilding in the South East.

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