Notre Dame proves we should breathe more life into the role the private sector can play in our heritage
Nerissa Chesterfield writes for City AM
Christopher Snowdon writes for the Spectator
Mark Littlewood writes for The Times Business
In his article Mark argues that the financial response to the fire in Paris last week shows that the state need not be the first point of call for dealing with tragedy and funding a remedy. In effect, the reconstruction of Notre Dame has been privately crowdfunded.
The correct conclusion to draw from the Notre Dame incident is that we need to breathe more life into the role that the private sector can play in both protecting and rescuing our heritage.
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