Letter: A noble London prospect defiled

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Sir: It's lucky that the Prime Minister and his mandarins do not run Paris; or the Tuileries, the Louvre courtyards and the Champ-de- Mars, too, would be obliterated by their self-important parked cars. Why should it seem less shocking to defile a noble and historic prospect here in London? And why should mandarins be thought less capable of a five-minute walk than the rest of us?

Yours faithfully,


London, NW1

2 June