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Astragal: Ping-pong with Boris Johnson – another empty Garden Bridge promise


For Paul Finch: the fact that it was to be a private space - capable of closure for private events - was enough to give me serious doubts about its future. And the way in which it was procured - and the public (seemingly front-loaded) finance 'contribution' was justified, partly by a Chancellor of the Exchequer who at the same time was priding himself in repairing the post-crash national finances by doing serious damage to a wide range of publicly financed services - was enough to convince me that there was some serious rottenness at the heart of this project.

Posted date

27 February, 2019

Posted time

2:32 pm


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