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No-one who witnessed the presentations by Marc Corbett and Nick Hayhurst to last week's RIBA Council Meeting could fail to be moved by their courage and intelligence. For over an hour they stood their ground as speaker after speaker contributed to this complicated debate. But their bid to establish mandatory minimum salary levels for year-out students working in offices was unsuccessful.

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