Dyslexia Izz 'ard

12th November 2004 at 00:00
(Photograph) - Eddie Izzard receives an award at the Dyslexia Institute's annual dinner. He stand-up comedian, a sufferer himself, says: 'I think there is a distinct link between dyslexia and creativity'. The institute estimates unrecognised cases of the condition cost the UK economy pound;1 billion a year. Photograph by ROBIN HAMMONDICON PHOTOS

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