Boris Johnson - My Fake Diary
Tuesday, 24 July 2012
Daily Mail: The cost of repairing broken window blinds at London's iconic City Hall, which houses the offices of Mayor Boris Johnson, is set to top £730,000.
The glass-clad building on the South Bank of the Thames - which was designed by architect Norman Foster and is one of the capital's landmarks - has suffered from defective blinds for years, hampering efforts to clean its windows.
The bulk of the costs of the repairs are being met under an insurance policy. But the Greater London Authority (GLA) must contribute almost £100,000 in taxpayers' money - under an excess clause in the policy and for work that it does not cover.
They're tight you know!
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