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One of the more surreal moments of the Heron Tower inquiry came during the cross-examination of the AJ's Paul Finch, giving evidence on behalf of CABE, which supports the tower. Quizzed over the design review committee meeting that first considered the proposal, he was asked what could have been in the mind of Dr Gordon Higgott, the English Heritage officer who attended the meeting. Finch replied that he could not speculate on what had been in Dr Higgott's mind; the good doctor had ...

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