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Andrew Mellor

It seems to me that more and more people in government and the media are pointing to things and telling us they are 'icons' - as if we are desperate for some feel-good relics of the past or pivotal new heralds of the future. Surely something doesn't become an icon by being named as such in a press release - and in that sense I understand entirely your sentiments on the 'Arch' Matthew. It's patronising, isn't it?


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