http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/magazine-35819847 Interesting cultural controversy above as the supposed 40th anniversary of the 'birth' of Punk approaches (erm hang on a minute, what about the New York Dolls? The Ramones? Oh maybe we're talking about the UK clothing brand). Anyway, Sex Pistols manager Malcolm Mclaren's son is threatening to burn an estimated £5m worth of unique Punk memorabilia and artefacts in a protest about Punk being celebrated by the sort of mainstream institutions that the genre was suppose to be kicking and spitting against. So my question to the panel is - is this an act of cultural vandalism against our collective pop culture heritage or a last defiant stand to protect the soul and spirit of Punk?