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High handed

Best comment on the controversy over towers in London so far comes from Jonathan Meades in the Spectator . Writing about opposition to the Rogers tower at Paddington interfering with views from Hyde Park, he asks: 'When Simon Jenkins and Lord St John go trysting there, do they really believe that they're in the country? In which case, they must ask themselves, where's the slurry, where are the wretched executive homes, where are the breeze block piggeries?'

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