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The Dutch engineering firm responsible for the failed attempt to raise the London Eye millennium wheel last week is facing a bill of £250,000. Hollandia is to meet the expenses of redesigning and testing the wheel's faulty cable clips and overtime costs for the four week delay. The bill could rise further if the wheel, designed by David Marks Julia Barfield architects is is not operational by 2000.

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