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The government wants to expand a controversial planning loophole despite warnings it is creating ‘slums of the future’. Ella Jessel reports
Showering students with top qualifications is not a sign of brilliant teaching or brilliant students. It is a sign of intellectual and moral dishonesty, writes Paul Finch
‘Gap sites’ left by shop closures represent an opportunity for architects to bring town centres to life again, writes Sheppard Robson’s Claire Haywood