By Robert Booth Robert Booth Robert Booth 2005-07-08T00:00:00
When officials from Gordon Brown’s office attended a recent RIBA seminar on possible reforms to the Private Finance Initiative, they were reported to be rather pleased not to find the assembled architects pouting, shrugging and generally in a nasty sulk about life.
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