Wembley? Forget financial drain, let cable take the strain
Last week two more ambitious plans for new heavy infrastructure ran into the same sand trap as the Dome and the London Underground. First came the new Wembley Stadium, whose estimated cost has soared to a prohibitive £660 million. The Football Association, which only four months ago agreed to bail out the project after the banks had refused to finance it, and was only too pleased to sign a three-year £400 million television contract based on the assumption that it would go ...
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