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Two prominent figures have cast doubt on the likelihood of getting adequate funding for the controversial £10 billion Crossrail link in light of the announcement that the Olympics will be coming to London in 2012. Arup director Peter Head and Transport for London board member Stephen Glaister questioned the rail link's cost in light of increased demands on the construction industry.

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