Diary

Recession be damned - hundreds of people were queuing to get in when Westfield London, the imaginatively-named £1.6 billion shopping centre promising to regenerate Shepherd's Bush in west London, finally opened its doors last week. Once inside, the eager shoppers could do their bit in 265 stores and nearly 50 restaurants to boost economists' household consumption bar charts.

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