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The Museum of London has got it in for planning. Its current exhibition on the future of London includes three waste-paper baskets: one contains a copy of the Abercrombie Plan, another the Greater London Development plan, and the last a copy of Richard Rogers' Urban Task Force report. Perhaps the curators think the capital can grow organically, though the idea of an unplanned Underground extension strikes one as odd. Do they plan their exhibitions or just wait for them to happen?