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RIBA president and Richard Rogers Partnership managing director Marco Goldschmied has hit back at criticism that 10 of this year's RIBA honorary fellowships were awarded to people connected to RRP or the Urban Task Force (AJ 26.10.00). 'The Urban Task Force is the most important report to come out for a generation and the people that worked on it are deserving of recognition, ' he said. 'If Norman Foster had been awarding them it would have been the same.' Goldschmied said that he personally ...

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