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Blair's speech divides profession

Prime minister Tony Blair's 'quality of life' speech delivered this week has split the architectural profession. The RIBA has voiced its disappointment over his announcements, calling it 'thin' and 'weak'. But the Commission for Architecture and the Built Environment hailed Blair's words as a 'breakthrough'.

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