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EH and CABE come out fighting as tall buildings debate rumbles on

Visiting the Houses of Parliament is rather like boarding an airliner for a long flight. Strict security at every turn and a seven-mile trudge down a long passageway before you get to the departure lounge - or rather the committee room, as was the case in last week's winding up of the urban affairs subcommittee inquiry into tall buildings.

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