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Reviving the Inner Cities

‘The riots of the summer of 1981 were a profound shock to the British people. They brought home the fragility of the structure of urban society existing in some of our cities. We are dealing with some of the poorest sections of our community, some of whom are living in conditions which are intolerable’

Rt. Hon. Michael Heseltine MP Secretary of State for the Environment, March 1983

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