Alex Morton: Local control is key to quality

One of the greatest ironies in politics is that those who argue against freedom of choice and in favour of central planning claim to do so to protect the intangible things in life.

by Alex Morton
Hampstead Heath: created before creation of current system in 1947
Hampstead Heath: created before creation of current system in 1947

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