was Campbell who interfered with intelligence service reports on the non-existent weapons of mass destruction, by his own admission in evidence to Hutton. If he thinks his career of spin, character assassination, threats and bullying can be excused on the grounds that he raises money for charity, he has another think coming. Thank God for the BBC.
Let's rush along to the RIBA special general meeting on 26 February, when proposed by-law changes will be put to the assembled company.
Veterans of such occasions will enjoy the redefinition of the institute's annual session from the current 1 July to an unspecified date. Sounds just like architects. Council meetings, at president George Ferguson's suggestion, will be reduced from five to four meetings year, which may be a good idea if you have faith in the institute's board. But what is this? In the proposed