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Following Liverpool's failure to pick up a single award in last week's RIBA Awards, a group of architects is pressuring the city council to do more to encourage quality architecture. The group, headed up by Richard Cass, wants Liverpool to put design at the forefront of its preparations to be City of Culture 2008.

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