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Leadenhall building operning ceremony. Left to Right: The Duke of Cambridge; Alan Yarrow (The Right Honourable Lord Mayor of The City of London); Sir John Spurling; John Gildersleeve (Non-Executive Chairman, British Land); Prince Harry Image source www.fticonsulting.com
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