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Building Lego replica model of Westminster parliament

There are 4,163 pieces in a Lego model of the home of the UK's MPs, and Daily Politics reporter Adam Fleming spent several hours putting one together.

It may have been a big job for one man - but the real House of Commons is crumbling, and will need far more than one BBC reporter to fix.

An independent committee has suggested that a 'rolling' restoration, which would allow the building to continue to function as a seat of government while being repaired, would cost £5.7bn and take 32 years.

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