National Gallery described by Harry Mount

Watch Harry Mount, author of A Lust for Window Sills, talk about the architecture and history of the extension to the National Gallery, London.
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  1. Harry Mount is a disgrace to journalism. In a childishly incompetent rant
    in the Independent he argued that tens of thousands of badgers should be
    slaughtered because people were confused about their true nature through
    having read the novel “The Wind in the Willows”. The paper printed a retort
    which pointed out that he “grossly oversimplified the complex background to
    the issue of killing badgers…The article was patronising, assertions were
    unattributed and facts were wrong.”

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