Berthold Lubetkin’s Finsbury Health Centre was opened in 1938 with his assertion that “nothing was too good for ordinary people.” It was a pivotal moment in British social history that led to the development of the NHS. But now both the building and Lubetkin’s beliefs are under threat
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