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Apologies to Gillian Darley who, on opening last week's AJ, was surprised to see her name at the bottom of a letter which she had not actually penned herself. The missive, a plea for support in the campaign to prevent the venerable St Pancras from being renamed 'London International'was, in fact, a round robin, and Darley simply one of countless signatories.While whole-heartedly backing the sentiment, Darley was less than impressed with the letter's grammatical content, saying: 'When I do write to the AJ, I'll make sure I turn a better phrase!'

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