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English Heritage has hit out at the government after it refused to reward a real term increase in its budget during the comprehensive spending review. EH received only an 8 per cent increase in its £112 million budget over the next three years and will now have to shelve expansion plans for projects such as its historic regeneration scheme which offers seed corn capital to small businesses in run-down conservation areas. 'We are disappointed to face no real increase at a time when ...

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