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New RIBA president Jack Pringle has apparently labelled the new RIBA Trust the 'institute's provisional wing'.

What he presumably means is that the organisation will be something of an outrider - acting as a foil for the main conservatives within Portland Place. This got Astragal thinking. Could director Charles Knevitt have recruited former CUBE supremo Graeme Russell to act as a Martin McGuinness to his Gerry Adams?

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