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James O’Shaugnessey makes a number of valid points about the quality and size of British homes, and the inappropriate sanctity in which farmland is often held (Soapbox June 24). But his finger of blame appears to waver between the planners and (somewhat embarrassedly) housebuilders who can build and sell anything. ...
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