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Wake up Stormont! The Peace Walls programme needs the back up of a major programme of borrow- to-invest in housing

Turning away from Brexit to the home front, congrats to the Guardian for  promoting a  theme developed there  by Professor Paddy Gray, an academic on the Built Environment, an austere title for a school of research  which  hosts  a great deal of imaginative and  practical  work on developing society. Gray argues that the slow and more...
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