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John Taylor died earlier this month

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Civil engineer John Taylor, aged 55, died earlier this month after fighting multiple sclerosis for almost 25 years.

Taylor had a remarkable career, shifting his consultancy work in the last decade to advising clients and consultants on improving access for people with disabilities. As his condition worsened, he continued working using voice-activated software to communicate via his computer. He was buried at St Mark's Church, Regents Park, London on 24 July and is survived by his wife and three children.

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