Thursday 29 July 2010 4.15pm
No wonder Prince Charles has to get involved with planning issues in London.
He's filling a gap, and the only High profile person not afraid to comment On what the ordinary person feels about these issues.
He doesn't have
to get involved. The only gap he's filling is one he has 'created' for himself. Needs to give his life some meaning I suppose, but I doubt he's presuming to speak for anyone but himself when he interferes.
What's an 'ordinary' person? By your definition someone who agrees with him, perhaps?