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Looks lovely and twee but a bit 19th century. I don't think it is particularly representative of Britain today. Of course the countryside and our rural heritage is important, but where are the cities, urban culture, technology, etc, the things which make Britain current and relevant in the world?
Tue, 12 Jun 2012
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Many consider pylons to be eyesores, but they are set for a makeover via a competition to rethink their design. However, Hugh Pearman says bettering their form will be an uphill task
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