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Golden oldies

Former Financial Times critic Colin Amery was on fine form at the Chelsea Society conference held in the old Town Hall. In a witty attack on the latest English Heritage consultation exercise, he noted that a recent poll showed that 51 per cent of the adult population visited a historic building regularly, whereas only 17 per cent went to football matches. Of course, much of the 17 per cent is also visiting a historic building.

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