Since when has taking a basic moral stand in relation to the activities of members of the architectural profession been essentially political activity?
Comment on: Richard Rogers renews Crossrail criticism
The references to Ealing Broadway station should also include the blindingly obvious need for escalators there, and the lack of their inclusion in the 'upgrade' speaks volumes for what seems to be wrong with the Crossrail approach to station design - which, in the case of Ealing Broadway, could be fairly described as 'all fur coat and no knickers'.
When is Boris going to commission designs for housing on the site of Buckingham Palace? - no need to rehouse the existing part-time residents, they've got alternative premises at Windsor and it'd reduce their bedroom tax liability.
Comment on: Architects welcome Gove's departure
There'a good Scottish term - 'A wee nyaff', but in fact Gove did have a reforming zeal which - if applied intelligently - could do an awful lot of good in a variety of directions, not just in education..
Comment on: Pickles ‘poised to exit DCLG’
So Mark Boleat thinks that the market demand for office space should override decent planning policy. City of London = City of Mammon and that's all that counts?