Dwellings near the house of the Lord

In November 1980, then archbishop of Canterbury Robert Runcie took to the south London streets near his official Lambeth Palace residence to protest the Thatcher government’s cuts to public sector housebuilding and stock upgrades

In November 1980, then archbishop of Canterbury Robert Runcie took to the south London streets near his official Lambeth Palace residence to protest the Thatcher government’s cuts to public sector housebuilding and stock upgrades

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