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Fresh plans for new office block next to Victoria Station

A new office block planned next to Victoria Station has been redesigned. The second phase of the New Victoria development in Manchester was set to be a predominantly glass building with eight storeys of office floorspace.

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Greene King pubs to employ hundreds of ex-cons to try tackle staff shortage crisis
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