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OFF THE RAILS
What could possibly go wrong with the Eurostar sell-off, especially with the people who ran the Royal Mail sale in charge?

EASTERN PROMISES
The Hong Kong company that will run Crossrail.

COURT CIRCULAR
Ed Balls declared that the Queen will have to pay mansion tax – but given that all of her homes are open to the public they’ll be exempt.

CASH & CARRY ON
Yet more government work for GPT Special Project Management, despite investigation by the Serious Fraud Office.

WORLD OF HYPE
Matthew Freud may have to fall back on his shady regime clients if his divorce from the Murdoch family scuppers Sky contracts.

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- Trial of the Century: Postscript: Rebekah Brooks withdraws her application for costs.
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