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(London) pride


The good news is that the campaign appears to have paid off. Stephen Jordan, managing director of London and Continental Stations, has apparently confirmed his organisation's commitment to retaining the reference to St Pancras in the new station's name. The bad news is that he does not appear to share Gillian Darley's grasp of grammar. The punchy new moniker is to be (London) St Pancras International, making it the only major international landmark to boast a name which kicks off with a parenthesis.

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