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Institute's thumbs up to EU's simplification of working rules

RIBA vice-president for international affairs John Wright has welcomed the approval of reforms to European Union law, which should make it easier for British architects to work in other member states of the EU. The changes amend the existing architects' directive, which was framed to encourage the mutual recognition of qualifications within the profession gained in the EU, promoting the free movement of workers, one of the union's key treaty commitments.

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