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Liverpool's prospects of getting its 'cloud' or Fourth Grace scheme in time for its European City of Culture year in 2008 is looking up. It seems that the North West Regional Development Agency is pulling the stops out to deliver its £50 million commitment to the project. The Museum of Liverpool Life, which has huge numbers of items in store due to lack of display space, is ready to become a key tenant of the Will Alsop building and there is talk that Apple might establish an official ...
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