May I congratulate Will Alsop on dragging the industry's professional image back into the gutter.
When public opinion and awareness should be raised through a televised event, Alsop consummately introduced his personal opinion of a London borough council.
Irrespective of his professional problems with Kensington and Chelsea, may I humbly suggest his private opinions should remain in the office.
His well thought-through eloquent 'school yard' delivery only underlined his lack of professionalism in front of the camera.
Bravo sir, bravo!
You did the industry proud.
I am sure Kensington and Chelsea planning department feel the same way about our noble Stirling Prize winner.