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The Tate Gallery has unveiled plans to convert the redundant Bankside power station on the south bank of the Thames into an £80 million gallery of modern art.The 3.4 ha site opposite St Paul's Cathedral in the heart of London will become the focus for the development, which is expected to be a frontrunner for Millennium Fund cash.It is envisaged that the Millennium Fund, raised through the National Lottery, would foot half the cost of turning the hulk of the plant into an art gallery.If ...

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