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Economy of means

While Lord Rogers enjoys unparalleled architectural relationships with the new government, his old mucker Sir Norman Foster is doing his bit for the 'project'. He recently gave a well-received speech at a dinner attended by New (and Old) Labour great and good, hosted by boss-man Tony Giddens at the London School of Economics. Guest of honour at the fund- raiser for a new library (which Norman is designing): lse graduate Cherie Blair.

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