Monitor likes to think of itself as a benign force; the voice of humanity, perhaps, in an ever-changing world. Imagine the shock, then, to find that one of Monitor's treasured readers had taken offence at attempts to provide a wee bit of cheeky relief amid the torrents of national plannery. ...

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