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A wee tale

One more top piece of gossip for you from London Open House weekend. The top of city hall, which is annoyingly referred to as London’s Living Room (yuk), hosted an event in which children created their own models of London buildings, used to create a ‘map’ of the city. Astragal’s spies tell him that as the event wound to a close, Ken Livingstone’s two-year-old daughter decided she wanted to be centre stage – like father, like daughter – and strolled to the centre of the map, where she then proceeded to relieve herself. Astragal’s been tempted to do likewise at a number of events. Excellent work.

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