By Richard Blakeway, Richard Blakeway Richard Blakeway 06 March 2009
Early one spring morning, at the outset of an economic boom, one of Europe’s largest council estates, the Aylesbury in south London, was the setting for Tony Blair’s first speech as prime minister.
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