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Queues and BT blues

If, like many of us, you spent the weekend queuing to access Lloyd’s of London, realising you’d forgotten to ‘pre-book’ for Tower 42 or, even worse and in Astragal’s case, turning up to the Freemasons’ Hall on the wrong day, spare a thought for the nail-biting lottery endured by those seeking entry to the BT Tower

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