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City champ

Lord Rogers issued a clarion call for the future of city living in Sunday's Observer , demanding, among other things, the secondment of 2,000 professionals to learn about best practice urban regeneration abroad, and the creation of a network of regional resource centres. All good stuff, but like any government champion, he cannot resist trying to put the knife into the Conservatives, who get all the blame for urban degeneration. Their 'scorched earth urban policy has left a terrible ...

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