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Two roofing contractors accused of hiring a hitwoman to murder a business associate will face a new trial after one of the defendants was shot outside a west London pub last week.An Old Bailey judge discharged the jury on Monday from giving verdicts against Deith Bridges, who is recovering in hospital, and Paul Tubbs.Both men are charged with conspiring to murder Graeme Woodhatch who ran City Roofing with Mr Tubbs in north London. Mr Bridges had undertaken a number of jobs for the contractor.It

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