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Engineers working on 52 Bishopsgate - one of the buildings damaged by April's bomb in the City of London - are recommending a corner section be demolished and replaced.The building was thought to have withstood the blast well because of its massive stone construction.But contractor Mansell, which is refurbishing the building, found one corner is too unstable to save.Roy Aylott of the Corporation of London's engineers office said: 'Some instability has been found in a small element of ...

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