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Tuesday 22 February 2011

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News & features published on 22 February 2011
Simon Schama clashes with opponents of Potters Fields Park 9/11 artwork

Historian Simon Schama described the controversy about the proposed commemorative artwork for the 9/11 attacks in Potters Fields Park as "a collision of moral claims" at an emotionally charged consultation meeting on Monday night.

Tweets on 22 February 2011

Tuesday recap: Simon Schama, 9/11 & Potters Fields - plus today's forum topics

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RT @councilassembly: Adele Morris pays tribute to Bankside Open Spaces Trust

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Follow @councilassembly for updates from a heated Budget-setting meeting at Southwark Town Hall

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Stand by for coverage of tonight's Southwark budget debate over at @councilassembly

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RT @Futures_Theatre: Delighted to be finalists in the Lambeth Business Awards 2011! Shortlisted as Best Cultural and Creative Business!

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Simon Schama had some powerful things to say at last night's meeting re 9/11 artwork planned for Potters Fields Park

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Just published - Simon Schama clashes with opponents of Potters Fields Park 9/11 artwork

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RT @se16: Do you live near Chambers Wharf? @ThamesWater is holding two drop-in sessions next month

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RT @se16: Clarification from @ThamesWater: Purchase of Chambers Wharf doesn't mean they won't use King's Stairs. Keeping options open.

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RT @se16 Hearing via @darrenjohnsonam that @ThamesWater has bought Chambers Wharf as 'super sewer' worksite instead of King's Stairs Gardens

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RT @GnewtCargo: Blog: GnewtCargo gearing up for the launch of the @BetterBankside cycle freight pilot

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