Places can and do get worse as well as better

By Dr Jonathan Carr-West | 04 December 2019
  • Dr Jonathan Carr-West

With one week to go until the General Election, I am going to take the risk that even the politically engaged readers of The MJ might like to think about something else and am going to try and make this an election-free column.

I say try, because the themes I want to explore around place and the nature of progress are at least implicitly engaged in the General Election debate.

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