As David Cameron has promised a similar amount of public money for his Tory-party-fund-raising Holocaust memorial project perhaps we could combine the two ill-conceived ideas into one and then the next government could hopefully cancel them both together on the first convenient Friday afternoon.
The murals would be great in some swanky restaurant but they have always been a bit too dark and intimidating on the Tube. You can't beat bright lights and magnolia paint when you are forced to go underground. And who on earth has the time or opportunity to look at them when clambering on and off the escalator.
Comment on: Row over RIBA's Israel trip escalates
Israeli ministers are today far more honest in revealing their plans for the colonization of what remains of Palestine than are their two-faced apologists in the West. You only need to read the centre-left Israeli daily Haaretz for a week or two to know exactly what the openly stated intentions of the Netanyahu/Bennett/Lieberman regime are: grab everything of value (agricultural land, water, mineral and natural gas resources etc) and get rid of the indigenous Palestinian population by one means or another. The only reason our leaders in the West pretend to believe the regime's PR is of course the political and financial clout of the Israel lobby.
How about putting it on the Welsh Harp; Neasden doesn't have that many tourist attractions, apart from the Indian Temple.