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The ugliest buildings in Britain

Tastes change. But poor quality never comes into style

For the last 10 years, the architecture paper Building Design has awarded their Carbuncle Cup to “the ugliest building completed in the United Kingdom” in the last 12 months. The latest winner, announced in September, is Lincoln Plaza, a cluster of high-rise towers in Canary Wharf, designed by BUJ Architects for Galliard Homes. It garnered an unusual amount of press attention for an architecture story, as the Carbuncle Cup always does; as many column inches, usually, as the “best building” award, the Stirling Prize.

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In Prospect’s November issue: Sam Tanenhaus argues Donald Trump is a consequence of the American government ignoring the people—and they’ll have to deal with his impact whether he wins or loses the presidential election. Diane Roberts explores the rage eating America by looking at the people that government has failed. Switching the focus to the UK, David Marquand and a quartet of commentators assess Labour’s position—with varying conclusions. Also in this issue: Matthew Qvortrup looks at the relationship between Angela Merkel and Vladimir Putin, two of Europe’s most important politicians whose lives have long been intertwined. Andy Burnham, Labour’s candidate for the mayor of Manchester, lays down the reasons why the northern powerhouse is so important and Prospect’s Arts and Books Editor Sameer Rahim reviews Zadie Smith’s latest novel.
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