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New dawn for English Heritage
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My thoughts exactly. Given that they only have eight years to pull it off and no guarantee after that to be even preferred bidder what then? If they collapse under financial pressure at say year six who picks up the tab then?

Will HE still be the governments moth piece on all things heritage or will they distance themselves? It's all a fun game isn't it!
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New dawn for English Heritage - by BAJR - 29th January 2014, 10:07 AM

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