In a city that rose from devastation, the skyline is changing once again. Now the past clashes with the future in a story of politics, revenge, sex and violence.
Niall wants his city to stay the way it is and he'll fight the endless schemes for regeneration. Clare wants power and she'll use her body as well as her mind to get it. Roy's a politician whose past is as dark as the city's. Moira wants revenge and she's back to face her demons. Trackman has witnessed more than he ever wanted to, and now he wants to put things straight. Dale believes in the legends of the city and he feels the skyline moving.
All over Britain landmark buildings are being knocked down to make way for cafes and luxury apartments. Are we losing our identity or are we finally moving forward?
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