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TIP TOP PRODUCTION: Prime Minister Tony Blair also visited Greenwich on Monday for the topping out ceremony of the Millennium Dome - for which he predicted a long life. 'The structure has been built to last, not to be torn down after a year as the previous government envisaged,' Blair said, adding that a 'lasting use' for the Dome should be found. And he paid tribute to joint venture main contractor McAlpine-Laing for completing the near £50M structure on time and to budget. The ...

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