RRP takes controversial step in Welsh Assembly access row
The disabled lobby in Wales this week heaped praise on the Richard Rogers Partnership and the Welsh Assembly for controversially altering their scheme for the principality's seat of government and enabling it to become potentially the 'most accessible parliamentary building in the world'.
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