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A London Assembly report into the Chancery Lane Central Line crash has criticised Tube managers for being more interested in running services that tackling problems with trains.

Eleven of the 14 measures of best practice in construction showed an improvement, according to the latest key performance indicators (KPIs) produced by the Construction Best Practice Programme. The KPIs also showed that client product satisfaction was up from 72% to 78% and median profit before interest and tax rose from 5.6% to 5.8%. Despite this, 47% of respondents said they would not recommend their job in construction to a relative or friend.

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