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    Why are we still housing people in rabbit hutches?Subscription

    Opinion2 July, 2019

    Minimum-space housing standards should be adopted nationally, says Paul Finch

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    Where's the sunshine, Sadiq?

    Opinion13 September, 2016

    Having pledged shortly after his election to ‘let the sunshine in’ on TfL’s murky Garden Bridge procurement, London Mayor Sadiq Khan is showing no sign of launching the real investigation he promised, says Will Hurst

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    What is the legacy of the Garden Bridge?Subscription

    News24 August, 2017

    The £200 million plan has fallen through, leaving taxpayers with a £50 million bill. What can be learnt from its bitterly contested collapse?

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    What Boris Johnson’s election victory means for architectsSubscription

    Opinion13 December, 2019

    The Tories have triumphed, Corbyn is crushed and we should expect a new type of Conservative government, writes Will Hurst

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    Weekend roundup: Will RIBA be the undoing of Boris Johnson?Subscription

    Opinion28 September, 2019

    This week’s top stories reviewed by the AJ’s Simon Aldous Calls grow to strip Boris Johnson of honorary fellowship • ARB fines ’new Zaha’ after window error • Architects on TV • Adjaye to design Abu Dhabi interfaith centre • Council rejects HTA’s Hoover neighbour

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    Weekend roundup: Not the result the profession was hoping forSubscription

    Opinion14 December, 2019

    This week’s top stories reviewed by the AJ’s Simon Aldous: Election result disappoints the profession • No ARB sanction for climate protester • RIBA names all-female list of honorary fellows • Barbican school shelves expansion plans • Dutch retrofit library wins top world architecture prize

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    Weekend roundup: Neighbourly architect learns that no good deed goes unpunishedSubscription

    Opinion15 February, 2020

    This week’s top stories reviewed by the AJ’s Simon Aldous: Neighbourly architect’s legal battle concludes • Pincher replaces McVey as housing minister • Government approves HS2 • Youthful trio to design Serpentine pavilion

  • Boris and celtic crossing

    Weekend roundup: A bridge you say?Subscription

    Opinion14 September, 2019

    Simon Aldous’s take on the big architectural stories of the week: Prime minister considers Scotland/NI crossing • Anger over HTA block behind Hoover Building • Fosters posts record turnover • AJ launches RetroFirst campaign

  • Arp hodges

    This is a time for constructive thinking, not endless moaningSubscription

    Opinion26 May, 2020

    The grumbling about Boris Johnson’s back-to-work TV address reminds Paul Finch of Dad’s Army

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    The Garden Bridge is gone – so why won’t the story go away?Subscription

    Opinion22 January, 2018

    Taxpayers have been mugged over the Garden Bridge fiasco and it’s time we had some explanation from those responsible, says Dan Anderson

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