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Friday 15 May 2009 10.37pm
The shard won't improve all the bad developments.
Im still lukeworm on it anyway.
Saturday 16 May 2009 6.23am
Regarding Prince Charles' hand - didn't David Ike (sic) explain that the Royal family were really giant lizards. Now we have the proof!
Monday 18 May 2009 7.35am
you may as well give him cheers - it is the closest he'll get to democratically representing public opinion
Friday 12 June 2009 9.30pm
I'm glad the Chelsea barracks was scraped , not because I think it was bad architecture but because we've had so much glass and steel , traditional is the new alternative.
Friday 12 June 2009 9.42pm
mickysalt wrote:
traditional is the new alternative.

traditional what?
Friday 12 June 2009 11.28pm
janefs wrote:
mickysalt wrote:
traditional is the new alternative.

traditional what?

well, Im not talking about needlework
Saturday 13 June 2009 12.44pm
Who needs elections, can't wait 'til William sets taxes, Harry declares war, and Beatrice is in charge of education, or have I missed something here?
(there goes my MBE)
Saturday 13 June 2009 1.28pm
Richard Rogers isn't elected either or the London evening standard and that doesn't stop them mouthing it off.
Saturday 13 June 2009 3.03pm
Also the idea that we have this really democratic planning process where the general public always get what they want, and prince Charles has come along and spoilt it.

What a load of tripe.
Saturday 13 June 2009 3.49pm
Prince Charles would have banned Somerset House in its day claiming it would have been better constructed in wattle and daub. London is changing and the traditionalists just have to accept it. Long live the Shard!
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