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Small practitioners have welcomed the RIBA's increased political campaign launched last week at a reception for MPs at the House of Commons.RIBA president Paul Hyett - who cohosted the event with Debra Shipley MP- called on small- and medium-sized practitioners to become more politically motivated and lobby their local MPs on architectural issues.Small practitioners in attendance hailed the event a worthwhile venture.

GSS Architecture partner William Assheton said: 'We really ought to have a lot more influence than we do at the moment'. And George Pace of London-based Dunthorne Parker agreed. 'MPs do not come to architects to talk so we have to start somewhere, 'he said.

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