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George Street's diary

Friday: Life as a civil engineer-turned-columnist is no joke. Had to leave the house at 11 this morning in time for lunch at Quaglino's with People's Architect Lord Ted '321' Rogers. He was the architect behind my GS2000 plans to celebrate the millennium which were abandoned when lottery funding was withheld. Things turned extremely sour between us when I dismissed him from my team.

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