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What the papers say - FINANCIAL TIMES

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What could be Britain's first Las Vegas style casino will be below a football pitch. Glasgow City Council has granted planning permission for a £200M development next door to Ibrox stadium, the home of Glasgow Rangers football club. A key proposed feature of the casino is a football pitch on the roof.

BMW's Park Lane dealership expects to spend £300,000 on the Congestion Charge this year, after the increase from £5 to £8 in July. Most of this covers the cost of driving to the company's car park, 200m into the congestion zone.

Terminal 5 steel structural supplier Severfield-Rowen has reported a 40% rise in pretax profits on the back of its acquisition of steel warehouse builder Atlas Ward.

What will be the largest Ferris wheel in the world when it opens in 2008 will be home to the most expensive business club in China.

Construction of the Shanghai Star - designed with the help of the technical team behind the London Eye - is due to start next May.

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