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Review of the year: SEATS OF POWER

The Lord Chancellor lavished more than £600,000 on his Pugin-style Westminster offices. The detr launched a register to boot out cowboy builders, while (left) Sir John Egan's 'Rethinking Construction' set out to streamline building. John Prescott tried to integrate transport policy and the government also launched a brownfield taskforce headed by Lord Rogers, and pledged £800 million to improve bad estates. Arts minister Mark Fisher lost out in a government reshuffle and Tory ...

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