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The silly season began early this year with news of Lord Rogers' apparent devotion to sex and cruising in public spaces; Radio 4 covered the item following his recent RIBA lecture, while the Daily Mail and London Evening Standard went into paroxysms of mock astonishment. The Mail had the bright idea of interviewing several of my lord's neighbours in Royal Avenue, Chelsea. They were none too happy at his policies being put into effect on their own doorstep. Another silly story, courtesy ...

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