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One of the many slippery moments encountered by Argent chief Roger Madelin during the marathon presentation of his King's Cross scheme to Camden councillors last week could well come back to haunt him.

When unveiling his solution to the expected high demand for Olympic news during 2012, he was hardly discreet.

His solution? 'We're going to stop people from going to Stratford by projecting images of the Olympics onto our buildings. But don't tell the Olympic Delivery Authority.' Not exactly the same as being there though, is it? All in all, a chorus of three cheers for Madelin is the very least he deserves.

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