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Proposals for construction of a new national athletics stadium at Picketts Lock, London, were scrapped last week after government appointed trouble shooter Patrick Carters estimated that holding the 2005 World Athletics Championship there would cost more than £150M.

The figure is £40M higher than cost predictions from the scheme's backer Lee Valley Park Authority. Government refused to underwrite the scheme despite £87M already being in place.

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