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PROGRESS IN MILLENNIUM TALKS

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The Financial Times (p8) reports that progress seems to have been made in last ditch talks aimed at saving the mill...
The Financial Times (p8) reports that progress seems to have been made in last ditch talks aimed at saving the millennium exhibition in Greenwich.

But after a day of discussion, says the paper, shadow heritage secretary Jack Cunningham demanded further clarifications on a revised business plan presented by the millennium commission.

Mr Cunningham is understood to have made three further demands, which were: the amount of additional funding by the commission should be capped; Labour should be kept informed of all budgetary issues while in opposition and the party should have the right to amend the business plan should it win the next election.
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