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editorial

At the end of this month, Cabinet ministers will finally pronounce whether London will bid to stage the Olympic Games in 2012, after key hearings chaired by Olympic sceptic Gerald Kaufman this week. It is a crucial decision, not least for the construction community, whose skills at delivery and cost control will be tested to the maximum. It is to be hoped we emerge with the gold medal. But could we cope?

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